Lightweight, portable, and packed with features. Weighing in at 10.9kg, the Casio CDP S350 is perfect for small spaces. Boasting a scaled hammer action and an enhanced speaker system, the CDP S350 is guaranteed to impress.
To ensure you have access to the best possible sounds, Casio has included the new AHL ii sound source. This new sound source offers 700 high-quality tones, so you'll never be short of sounds to play with. And once combined with the four-hour battery life, you can see why the CDP S350 is the perfect choice for gigging musicians.
Get the best possible start! The Chordana app is Casio's bespoke tuition guide that will help you learn your favourite songs. Play what you want, at your own pace, so you can develop as a musician in the most efficient way.
Chordana allows you to connect to your smartphone/device to make learning the piano fun. You can play the 50 songs that are included or add your own MIDI files. The app will generate a music score from a MIDI file and then track chords and help you learn two-handed piano pieces.
Up to 700 separate tones are stored within the CDP S350, making your possibilities endless. You can now achieve the effect of a full band at the touch of a button with the Auto Accompaniment feature, producing all the chords and supplementary harmonies you need. Further more, there are 200 pre-set rhythms that can act as a full musical accompaniment, and 152 stored songs to either play along with or simply just listen to.
The CDP S350 is packed with features to help create the most original music possible. Reverb and Chorus are present to embed each keystroke with classic effects. The Layer function enables you to layer two tones alongside one another, resulting in the perfect accompaniment to slower performances. The Split effect can then divide the CDP S350 into two separate instruments, meaning the player can control two effects with either hand. This shows the amount of variety and variability available to create a truly unique performance.
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