We mentioned the things that make an excellent digital piano. But what about the Casio LK 170? Is it a good keyboard? Does it have what it takes for it to be worthy of your attention? If we were to say a thing, the answer is yes.
Practically, this 61-key piano has an excellent design and construction. It is portable because of its compact size. Moreover, none of the parts seems to be cheap.
When it comes to sound quality, you won't regret anything about this digital piano.
After all, it is using the AHL Sound Source Engine to create those soothing and realistic tones. Once you started playing on this one, we can guarantee that you will be mesmerized for a long time.
Meanwhile, here are the full features of the Casio LK 170:
Sounds Even Better
As we mentioned, the sound quality of this digital piano is impressive. There are no noticeable flavoring in the built-in tones, which is necessary. The sampling is pretty adequate, considering that the acoustic and piano sounds are very realistic.
On the other hand, you will be happy that this device comes with a 48-note polyphony. With this feature, the chances of losing notes when you are layering the tones are less.
Of course, since we talked about layering, it is proper to announce that the LK 170 has an Auto Accompaniment feature as well. Therefore, sound versatility will always be always at your disposal.
The Casio LK 170 has 400 built-in tones, and another 150 rhythm presets. It also has ten effects, such as tremolo, chorus, and reverb.
Easy to Play
Just like the LK 165, the LK 170 is also a piano that any beginners would love. First, the lighting keys let the user remember the notes he/she is playing easily. Some people think wrong about this since it can cause players to be dependent on it.
But for us, it is not a deal breaker. After all, most of us don't have music teachers. Therefore, assistive functions like this is a great help already.
Furthermore, the LK 170 has a Step Up Lesson System. This feature is its main selling point. Just like its name suggest the feature teachers its users all the basic concepts of the piano.
Moreover, the lessons are gradual so that players can learn at a moderate pace.
One of the best features of the Casio LK 170 is its built-in sampling function. This digital keyboard has a specialize microphone that lets you sample your voice or ambient sounds.
After that, you can playback or utilize those sounds that you recorded. They would appear on your digital piano as your new sets of tones. You can also accompany them with rhythm presets that this machine has.