😲What’s new in the new Casiotone CTS400 Keyboard?

Posted by Sam Hersusianto on

😀The Casiotone CT-S400 is a great-sounding, ultra-portable keyboard that is perfect for making music at home or on the go. With hundreds of incredible Tones and Rhythms, the CT-S400 will inspire players of any age, skill level or budget for years to come.​

【🎹Casio Casiotone CT-S400 61-Note Touch Sensitive Keyboard (CTS400) – Now $459】​

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🥇Keys to the Kingdom​

The CT-S400 features 61 full-size touch responsive keys in a sleek, stylish case that weighs less than 10 pounds. The easy-to-read LCD display and intuitive controls give you everything you need to bring your music to life. Use the pitch bend wheel to add natural (or supernatural) expression to your playing.​

🥈The Heart of a Champion​

The AiX Sound Source delivers sound quality that you'd expect from a keyboard costing hundreds, if not thousands more. Power on the CT-S400, and you'll be presented with a dynamic, expressive German concert grand piano placed in a virtual concert hall. Inside the collection of 600 Tones, you'll also find great-sounding electric pianos, organs, strings, synths, and more.​

🥉A World of Music to Explore​

The CT-S400's 200 full-accompaniment Rhythms make it a perfect jamming partner. Simply play a few notes, and it will create an entire backing band that reacts effortlessly to the way you play. No matter what kind of mood you're in, your Casiotone is always ready to back you up with vibrant acoustic drums, vintage drum machines, global percussion instruments, rock-solid basslines, horn ensembles, rhythm guitars, and so much more.​

🏅Small Size, Huge Sound​

There are three ways to experience the CT-S400's amazing sound quality at its best. First, the bass-ported speaker system delivers punch and clarity throughout the entire volume range. Second, plug in a good set of headphones for personal play. Third, turn on SURROUND, and the sound from the speakers will place you right in the middle of your music.​

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