Casio WK 6600 76 keys Arranger Keyboard

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Casio WK 6600 Top Features:

  • Supports external devices
  • Maximum Polyphony 48
  • Tone assortment
  • Preset rhythms
  • Multiple digital effects
  • 5 demo tunes
  • 76 keys
  • Recorder
  • 210 rhythms, 700 tones

Sequencer/channel mixer

The sequencer allows the player to record numerous notes. It has multitrack recording capabilities which are perfect for players who require advance features. The Player can choose from the various editing tools which include event insert, event copy, quantize, event delete and locator. These recordings can also be converted into SMF format so that it can be stored.

Multiple Digital effects

Various digital effects could be added to the simple songs and tones. The built-in effects include various types of chorus, DSP and reverbs. For later recall, you can store about 100 original effects.

Tone Editor

This can be used for adjusting attack time, reverb, release time, DSP, chorus, and various other parameters. Using the tone editor, players can easily create original tunes which they can use for music creation sessions and performance.

Large dial

The operation dial is quite large, which makes it useful while creating music using the mixer and sequencer functions.

Warranty Conditions - 3 Years Manufacturing Warranty.

Adaptor – Worth Rupees 1495/- Adaptor Included with WK 6600

  • Country of origin: China
  • Manufacturer details: Casio
  • Packer details: Casio
  • Importer details: Casio

Reviews and Ratings

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    Sourabh Khushwah

    5 grade
    I am a huge fan A.R. Rehman. And this product instills in me the inspiration to play harder. It has smooth keys, Maximum Polyphony, rhythms and choruses that every pianist would love to play it.

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