Casio CDP-130, 88 Key Digital Piano with Stand and Free Piano Lessons for £299.98 inc vat @ Costco (from 14/10)
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Casio CDP-130, 88 Key Digital Piano with Stand and Free Piano Lessons for £299.98 inc vat @ Costco (from 14/10)

£299.98£419.9829%Costco Deals
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Posted 10th OctEdited by:"idontflycathay"
Good saving on this piano with stand. It's an entry-level product but also includes free lessons so great for those starting to learn piano

Offer will be available in Costco Warehouses from 14/10

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The CDP-130BKST piano has 88 key fully weighted scaled hammer action keyboard with touch response keys and comes complete with stylish black wooden stand. Together with an improved sound system and additional functions for learning, the touch-sensitive and fully weighted keyboard supports a successful musical pathway for years to come.

Sounds
The CDP-130 uses the latest digital technology to ensure that the two Grand Piano sounds capture all the depth and tonal variety of the traditional instrument. In addition, there are 8 other instrument tones including Electric Pianos, Strings and Organs.

USB Connection
A USB port allows a connection to any compatible computer or iPad for external recording via MIDI.

Reverb and Chorus Effects
Reverb adds the rich ambience of a concert hall, Chorus adds depth and breadth to each sound. Both effects are fully adjustable.

Lightweight and Portable
Weighing less than 11kg, the CDP-130 travels easily when required. The piano will fit on any keyboard stand and is quick to set up and stow away again after use.

Tools for Learning
The CDP-130 includes a Metronome function and can play a combination of any two sounds at once. The sensitivity of the keys can be adjusted to accommodate tiny fingers.

Free Lessons
You can also explore the free online lessons from the Casio Music Academy.


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Is the 48 poly a issue?
I don't need this as I've got a Casio MZX500 but no doubt someone will be along to tell you that Casio is rubbish blah blah get a Yamaha blah. Looks like a good deal to me.
Swf77MiUk10/10/2019 22:11

Is the 48 poly a issue?


I can't play but I know that most people who say that holding down the sustain pedal they cannot hear any improvement over a 64 note polyphony. One thing to note is that many manufacturers fudge their numbers as some Piano's such as the Korg B2 listed as a 120 note polyphony uses 3 samples per key in various piano modes so you are actually only getting 40 anyway. Stereo sampling using 2 notes for many manufacturers.
IMO Casio offer the best price to performance and you need to adequately assess your playing ability as most will never exceed the constraints of their machine.
Probably going to get my child the CDP-S 100 for Christmas BTW.
Is this in store only? Also, do you need to a membership to be eligible?
Edited by: "seagullslayer" 12th Oct
looks like you need membership of £15
Thanks OP. Picked one up today and set it up already.
yongo14/10/2019 19:37

Thanks OP. Picked one up today and set it up already.


Review?
yongo14/10/2019 19:37

Thanks OP. Picked one up today and set it up already.


Is it any good interested in this ?
Swf77MiUk19/10/2019 19:39

Review?



So, disclaimer I played piano since kid but stopped around grade 6. This is my first digital piano so have no prior experience. I primarily bought it to teach my daughter and for myself to get back into it. Bottom line I was thoroughly impressed. I did quite a bit of research beforehand, and all the online reviews talk about the weight of the keys and I personally agree with this 100%. It has a nice weight to it and you can change the sensitivity.

The sounds and demo are fun for my daughter but I don’t really care for it. The grand piano sound does sound good but not very close to a real piano. The stand and setup looks great. I haven’t found any limitations myself except that the sustain pedal is a bit flimsy but think that comes with a digital piano. All in all, very happy with my purchase. Oh and the headphone jack is great!!
yongo21/10/2019 22:01

So, disclaimer I played piano since kid but stopped around grade 6. This …So, disclaimer I played piano since kid but stopped around grade 6. This is my first digital piano so have no prior experience. I primarily bought it to teach my daughter and for myself to get back into it. Bottom line I was thoroughly impressed. I did quite a bit of research beforehand, and all the online reviews talk about the weight of the keys and I personally agree with this 100%. It has a nice weight to it and you can change the sensitivity. The sounds and demo are fun for my daughter but I don’t really care for it. The grand piano sound does sound good but not very close to a real piano. The stand and setup looks great. I haven’t found any limitations myself except that the sustain pedal is a bit flimsy but think that comes with a digital piano. All in all, very happy with my purchase. Oh and the headphone jack is great!!


Fantastic review. For the kid you can try the simple piano app. If you go get the apk it's totally free. It's amazing for kids there kids on you tube playing like a pro with only the app teaching them. Thank you for the price seams like a good beginner /interested piano
Thanks, I’ll check this out!
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