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Posted 29 September 2022

Casio Piano With Stand & Sustain Pedal [CDP-S150BK] - 88 Weighted Keys / Free Lessons - £329.89 Delivered @ Costco (Membership Required)

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Back down to a great price again on this. It's usually around this price without the stand and pedal, so works out rather nicely here for members. Even if you're not a member, the price of that on top of this still works out well. Nice and compact as far as electric pianos go. It can also be used without the stand, obviously

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The CDP-S150 has 88 fully weighted, touch sensitive keys which are designed to encourage the correct playing technique from the start It comes with 10 built-in high-quality sounds, including a grand piano that lets you express subtle differences in tone by adjusting the force with which you strike the keys (just like a traditional instrument). In addition to household electrical power, the CDP-S supports battery operation, allowing players to freely enjoy performing anywhere (requires 6 AA batteries sold separately).
Perfect for Compact Living Spaces

Weighing only 10.5kg, the CDP-S150 is one of the lightest and most compact digital pianos available, which makes it ideal for smaller living spaces or music on the move. The stylish and sturdy CS-46 stand is also included and places the CDP-S150 at the optimum playing height, which is essential for good posture whilst at the piano.

A Precise Touch
More than 80% of piano teachers surveyed by Casio said that a digital piano’s touch is the most important aspect of its design. With this in mind, the CDP-S150 has a brand new Scaled Hammer Action II key mechanism (with simulated ebony and ivory textured keys) that provides the authentic weighting of an acoustic piano. This means that the technique you develop at home will be suitable for other pianos.

USB Connection
A USB port allows a connection to any compatible computer or iPad for external recording via MIDI. It also has a 3.5mm socket to plug in headphones for private practice (headphones not included). A sustain pedal is included in the box, and you can also plug-in the optional SP-34 pedal unit which provides the same three-pedal functionality as a traditional grand piano.

Chordana Play Piano App
Available FREE for iOS and Android devices, Chordana Play Piano can show you how to play over 100 famous pieces of classical music, as well as work as a piano remote controller, and PDF music viewer (USB cable required).

FREE Online Lessons worth £49.99
The CDP-S150 also includes access to the Casio Music Academy online learning website. Created by leading UK music teachers, the Casio Music Academy contains videos, music and interactive apps step by step lessons designed to help you learn to play. You can learn at your own pace, and lesson content never expires.

More Music with Rockschool
In collaboration with Rockschool, a leading international music exams board, your purchase of a CDP-S150 allows you to access a selection of favourite rock and pop pieces that are yours to keep forever. Download the music score and the accompanying backing track and play along to some of your favourite tracks produced to the highest standard by music professionals. See music.casio.co.uk/roc…ool for more information.

Model: CDP-S150BK
EAN: 5023637521712



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    Not sure how much confidence I'd have in a piano that can be run off 6 AA batteries!

    That said, 88 graded weight keys is nothing to sniff at.

    Imo, this would be suitable for those building up to starting the Pianoforte exams. (edited)
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    I got this for myself at the start of the year to learn how to play and it has been great. I’ve been going at it for a year and don’t think I’ll be needing to upgrade for a while yet.

    I’ve always run it off mains power though.. not sure if there’s a difference in output using batteries.

    My only complaint is that the key mechanics can be a little noisy on recordings. (edited)
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    Isn’t there a Yamaha that’s been posted before around this price that’s considered the best value for a good all rounder budget piano?
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    Dunno, but the Roland FP-10 is around this price and is a fantastic piano. The action's superb, and so many budget weighted keyboards just don't feel quite right to play. I'm in love with my FP-10.
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    Takes me back to the 80s, when hairstyles were as electric as the keyboards

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    Thought that was a picture of me for a second (and now I'm thinking of the Cure having typed that).
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    It was never 402£ in costco. About a year ago I got it for same price
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    Is the pedal any good?

    Cant decide between this, the FP10 or Yamaha P45/125.

    I don’t know why I’m putting so much thought into it, my daughter will probably quit after I buy it
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    I have the s100 which appears to be supplied with the same pedal, here's a close up if it helps:

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    It feels OK to me but as I understand it, the connection is standard so you can get a generic more traditional looking pedal off amazon or similar for like £13 or so, with the same plug on it.
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