The Casio SA-75 Keyboard is a small instrument designed primarily for young and aspiring musicians. It has a pleasing sound that is more realistic than a toy keyboard. The keyboard has only 37 keys, but your child can still play a lot of songs on it.
The keyboard allows your young musician to play up to four notes in a chord, which is a good skill to master. To assist the learning process, the LCD-screen display system shows the notes that are being played as well as icons that indicate the beat. The sing along microphone headset adds even more fun to the setup.
The keyboard is powered by five AA batteries (not included), or you can buy an AC adapter cord separately.
The Casio SA-75 is a good way for children to learn to play music without spending a lot of money on an instrument. If the keyboard is intended for an adult or more advanced musician, you should look for something more substantial than this model.
Here are some of the features of the Casio SA-75 Keyboard with Headset Microphone:
- – On-screen music staff displays notes played while icons indicate the beat
- – 10 demo songs with a melody-off control
- – Four-note polyphonic with 100 PCM tones
- – 30 patterns include 10 rhythms, 10 free sessions, and 10 funny modes
- – Runs on five-AA batteries or AC adapter (not included)
- – Weighs 4.4 pounds
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Here is what current owners have to say about the Casio SA-75 Keyboard with Headset Microphone:
Very picky shopper: “I bought this keyboard for my daughter’s seventh birthday. She loves music and sings all the time. This keyboard is perfect for her. It’s easy to use, lightweight, and has a decent sound. My two older children, both teenagers, have had fun playing with this keyboard also. I would probably look for something more substantial for an adult or advanced musician, but for our family’s needs this keyboard is perfect and the price was very reasonable. I intended to order the power cord, too, but the batteries haven’t run out yet and I might just stick with them since it’s more convenient.”