September is national piano day and with everyone staying home, right now is the perfect time to learn one of the most rewarding instruments. Like any instrument leaning the piano takes dedication and time. On top of that the cost of buying a full piano can be a big barrier to learning.
Fortunately, for many of us, there are different options available for those of us that want to learn. One is getting a good quality keyboard. We were able to get Casio, one of the most respected brands for keyboards and pianos to send us the CT-S200 keyboard. Super portable and affordable at a price of $120. The CT-S200 is perfect for anyone who wants to see if piano is right for them.
Available in black, white, or red colors, the ultra-compact CT-S200 lets you make music wherever and whenever you want. Just pop in six AA batteries, grab the built-in carrying handle and take your inspiration to go. *Includes power supply and music rest.
Explore 400 great sounding Tones and 77 Rhythms with full accompaniment, plus 10 types of reverb to add depth.
Go-anywhere portability with 61 full-size keys, available in black, red or white
Dance Music Mode lets you easily create and remix EDM tracks. Select a style, and use the keys to trigger drum loops, basslines, synth parts, effects, transitions and more.
Use the built-in speakers to share with friends, or plug in headphones for quiet play at any time. The 1/8″ audio input lets you play along with music from your favorite device.
You can play on your own, or enjoy the CT-S200’s library of 60 built-in songs.
Connect to the free Chordana Play iOS/Android app and take your music further, learning how to play your favorite songs from downloaded MIDI files. The class- compliant USB port connects to any Mac/PC/iOS/Android device with no drivers needed.casio.com
We had a great time tinkering and playing with the CT-S200, so much so that Rock decided to try to learn the piano, which was a pleasant surprise.