Synth Site: Casio: CT-670: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 3.6 out of 5
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Frank R. Garcia from Albuquerque, N.M. USA 87114 writes:
1)I AM COMMENTING ON THE CASIO KEYBOARD (CT-670). FOR THE PRICE. . .THIS IS REALLY A GREAT BUY. I HAVE MADE MORE MONEY WITH MY KEYBOARD, THAT I HAVE WITH MY GUITAR, SAX, OR BASE. IT WAS REALLY EASY TO LEARN THE "WEDDING MARCHES" FOR WEDDINGS!

2) IF YOU PLAY IN A PLACE LARGER THAN A LIVING ROOM....PLUG THE KEYBOARD INTO AN AMP. FOR GEAT REALISTIC SOUND, INSTEAD OF A WEAK, CHEAP SOUND. IT GIVES YOU 10 DIFFERENT PIANO SOUNDS, AND 10 DIFFERENT "ELECTRIC PIANO" SOUNDS! PLUS ABOUT 80 (EIGHTY) OTHER MUSICAL SOUNDS/INSTRUMENTS! PLUS ABOUT 100 DIFFERENT AUTO-MATIC BEATS/RYTHMS! WHAT ELSE DO YOU WANT?

3) AFTER HAVING PLAYED THIS KEYBOARD FOR MANY YEARS. ..THERE ARE ONLY TWO FEATURES I WISH THE KEYBOARD HAD. ONE IS A "CUMBIA" RYTHYM/BEAT AND I WISH IT HAD A "TRANSPOSER" WHICH ALL THE NEWER KEYBOARD SEEMS TO HAVE. BUT YOUR MONEY WILL BE WELL SPENT WITH A CT-67O KEYBOARD! FRANK R. GARCIA

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Sunday-May-17-2009 at 02:41
Arco a part-time user from Alaska, USA writes:
Picked mine out of a snowbank on a -10 degree F night. Ever since I've loved it. It's very durable and the MIDI feature, while dated, works great. You can really crank out some great tunes on this thing without much knowledge. Don't listen to the kids who put it down, they'd put down the 8-bit NES for the same reasons. This keyboard is great for anyone learning keyboard or who likes to pick it up and jam in their spare time.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Dec-06-2005 at 13:52
Mikester a hobbyist user from UK writes:
What a heap of poo, stick to a free VSt if you want a synth, uts cheaper and sounds so much better. I think people here way get too hyped up about gear on here leading people to beleive, somethings actually quite good, As the guy below says, its a TOY!

Rating: 1 out of 5 posted Friday-Oct-14-2005 at 05:17
Carlos Mendez a professional user from England writes:
I have got a CTK601, which is really good, so after reading here about this model, i thought i would buy one, its really really weak, and I the tone editor, does not fully open up the envelopes as much as my PSS 580, and thats bad, the sounds are too dull, And im not expecting the world from this thing i know what it is, but for home keyboard synths, want a real bargain get the CTK 601, this actually sounds very dissapointing, Ok for kiddywinks, nothing else

Rating: 1 out of 5 posted Thursday-Oct-13-2005 at 06:24
Benedict Estepa a hobbyist user from Philippines writes:
Bought the keyboard year 1990 and almost 15 years from then it is still working out perfectly fine. Just replaced recently the power adaptor, probably got worn out after several years. The synthesised sounds are great however the unit has no touch sensitivity which makes playing piano a bit unnatural. I happened to use it when we performed last December 2004 and it still sounds great. However I bought a new Yamaha DGX-305 now but comparatively speaking some sounds in the CT-670 are better. Now I use both, one for piano playing the other for synthesizing

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Tuesday-May-24-2005 at 04:04
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