Elegance 49 Keys Musical Electronic Keyboard - Black

List Price: $99.95
Price: $39.95

Availability: Usually ships in 1-2 business days
Ships from and sold by Austin Bazaar

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Product Description

This 49 keys keyboard is perfect for children or beginners. It comes with features like Rhythm Programming / Record /Play / Auto Warn. It includes the following demonstration songs: 1) American Patrol, (2) Fly Me to the Moon, (3) Caplown Races, (4) Besame Mucho, (5) Little Brown Jug, (6) Song Of Spring, (7) Music Box Dancer, (8) Nocturne. Mic sold separately. Also features Large Scale Integration/ Matrix Controlling Logical Circuit. Includes external speaker, double channel output. It also includes: Auto bass chord/ single and fingered chord, Tone Area: C2 ~ C6, Output: 1W x 2

Product Details

  • Amazon Sales Rank: #2283 in Musical Instruments
  • Brand: Elegance
  • Dimensions: 8.00 pounds


  • 49 Standard Keys - Great for children
  • Includes 10 Timbres / 10 Rhythms / 8 Percussions
  • 8 Demonstration Songs
  • Adjustable 25 stage Tempo / 8 Stage Volume Control
  • Rhythm Programming / Record /Play / Auto Warn

Customer Reviews

Electronic keyboard4 I ordered it in black and was shipped blue, but other than that it is a great keyboard for the money. I am not sure who has more fun playing with it- my daughter or my husband and I. Priced too high1 This is a very cheaply made keyboard that should probably go for $25 or less. The volume control doesn't work for the mic, which is ear-piercingly loud, and the volume buttons are incorrectly placed (the "volume up" button is pointing to the left and the "volume down" is pointing to the right) which can be very confusing for children who are learning. It didn't even come in black; it was royal blue which makes it look as cheap as it sounds. Easy To Learn5 I bought this to learn keyboard with, along with a dvd/manual combo, and spent a few months teaching myself to play. While the sound is not great, it was a great price and just what I wanted to learn on, just to see if I could learn to play.