From Bach to Bieber, every musician needs a keyboard at some point in his career. If you’re dreaming of becoming the next Steven Spielberg, you’ll need a decent piano keyboard. If you’re going to show Liberace how the piano SHOULD be played, you’ll need a piano keyboard. Hey, if you’re a 3-year-old with an inquisitive mind and an insatiable craving to play Mary-had-a-little-lamb at the playschool’s annual soiree… YOU WILL NEED A KEYBOARD!
The market is flooded with keyboards of many different designs, all of them offering different functions, a different amount of polyphony, a different amount of keys, and a different amount of everything that the layman or first-time buyer knows nothing about. If you are unsure about what you SHOULD be getting as a musical instrument for a piano protégé, or if you just want to know more about one of the best selling keyboards in the entry-level market: We’ve got you covered!
In this review, we’ll look at absolutely everything you need to know about Casio’s all-encompassing 61 key keyboard, the CTK 3500.