Casio CTK4000 61 Key Personal Keyboard with MP3 Connection,10 second sampling, and Digital Effects

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Product Description

The Casio CTK4000 is a Touch Sensitive General MIDI Keyboard that allows you to freely express all of your performances. And it's loaded with features like a USB port to connect to your computer, plus 48-note polyphony so you are always in control. Want to sound like you are playing in a large concert hall? Consider it done with the on-board Digital Effects which will add another dimension to your playing. In addition, the CTK4000 keyboard features a 61-key full-size keyboard with MP3 connectivity, an LCD display, pitch-bend wheel, and a 3 Step Lesson learning system. The CTK4000 allows you to select up to 570 tones that now include a world music library. There are also 180 versatile rhythms to help add plenty of life to all your keyboard performances. The CTK4000 comes with a total of 152 built-in tunes. You can play back built-in tunes for your own listening pleasure, or you can use them for practice or even sing-alongs. You will also be able to record up to 5 songs of your very own with the six track built-in recorder. The CTK4000 also features a new 10 second sampling feature, which will allow you to sample almost anything that you can think of!

Product Details

  • Amazon Sales Rank: #6364 in Musical Instruments
  • Brand: Casio
  • Model: CAS CTK4000
  • Released on: 2008-09-09
  • Number of items: 1
  • Dimensions: 18.75" h x 8.25" w x 43.25" l, 27.00 pounds


  • 61 piano-style keys
  • Touch Response (2 sensitivity levels, off)
  • 48-note polyphony (maximum)
  • 570 high-quality tones including stereo grand piano tones
  • 180 rhythms including 74 ethnic rhythms and 20 patterns for piano play

Customer Reviews

Wears out within a few months.2 If you want to bang keys for a few days and then put this into the corner of your darkest closet this keyboard is probably fine. But, if you were planning on using this as a tool to learn to play a keyboard I would advise against it. After less than 4 months (Less than 40 hours total use) the keys are all starting to squeak and bend oddly. If you're like me (and want something that is at least reliable and feels right even though you aren't a pro) I'd advise spending a bit more to get something that isn't so flimsy, as this is just annoying and I'll have to go replace it now. I have no idea what better products exist (I'm not a pro, as I stated), but I will seek one out. Good little board!5 I'm a first time user of keyboards...I'm taking keyboard lessons at a local music shop. I am absolutely fascinated with this thing, and it's really fun to learn. I think this would be fantastic for any first learner. WHERE IS THE AC POWER ADAPTER?3 I WISH THAT THIS KEYBOARD WOULD HAVE COME WITH ITS AC POWER ADAPTER, SO THAT MY SON COULD HAVE START PRACTICING HIS PIANO LESSON. IT IS A SHAME THAT YOU HAVE TO PURCHASE ONE SEPARATELY NOW, I GUESS THEY MAKE MORE MONEY THAT WAY.....GREED. IT'S BEEN MORE THAN A MONTH NOW I COULD NOT FIND ONE IN MY LOCAL STORE.