Casio WK-6600 Electronic Keyboard, 76-Key

- Keyboard: 76 keys (piano-style)
- Touch Response: 2 sensitivity levels, Off
- Sound Source: AHL(Dual-element)
- Maximum Polyphony: 48
- Tones: 700 built-in tones (10 user tones)
- Layer/Split: Layer, Split(variable split point)
- Digital Effects:
- Reverb: 10types
- Chorus: 5 types (simultaneous use with DSP not supported.)
- DSP: 100 preset, 100 user (simultaneous use with Chorus not supported.)
- EQ(Equalizer): 5(Off, Soft, Bright, B.Boost, Powerful)
- Auto Harmonize: 12
- Arpeggiator: 150
- Rhythms/Patterns: 210 built-in rhythms (10 user rhythms)
- Auto Accompaniment:
- Modes: CASIO Chord, Fingered 1, Fingered 2 (6th off), Fingered 3 (on bass), Full Range Chord
- Controllers: Start/Stop, Intro, Normal/Fill-in, Variation/Fill-in, Synchro/Ending
- Built-in Songs: 5 (demo tunes)
- Metronome: Beats: 0, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 (Tempo range: quarter note = 30 to 255)
- Recorder: Song sequencer: 16 multi tracks + 1 System Track, 5 songs, approximately 12,000 total notes (real-time recording, step recording, song edit, track edit, event edit)
- Other Functions:
- Mixer: 32 channels + EXT IN (MIC IN)
- Rhythm editor (10 user rhythms)
- Tone editor (10 user tones)
- Registrations: 32 setups (4 sets x 8 banks)
- Music preset: 305 preset with chord progression, chord edit ( 50 user presets)
- One-touch preset: 210 sets
- Arpeggiator: 150 types
- Temperaments (scales): Preset scale (Equal temperament + 16 types)/scale fine tune
- Octave shift: +/-2 octaves
- Rhythm/song controller
- Pitch bend wheel : 0 to 24 semitones
- Large Dial
- Key Transpose: +/-1 (-12 to +12 semitones)
- Tuning Control: A4 = 415.5 - 440.0 - 465.9 Hz
- Pedals Standard: jack (sustain, soft, sostenuto, start/stop)
- Display Screen: LCD with backlight
- SD Memory Card Slot:
- Supported memory cards: Up to 32GB SD memory cards or SDHC memory cards
- Functions: SMF playback (up to 320KB per file), file save/load/delete, card format
- Save/load: Registrations, user rhythms, user tones, user DSPs, user music presets, song sequencer songs
- MIDI: GM Compatibility: Level1, Terminals: USB
- Speakers: 12cm x 2 + 3cm x 2, bass-reflex system
- Amp Output: 6W x 6W
- Input/Output Terminals:
- Mic in
- Audio in
- Line output (L/MONO, R)
- Headphones (standard stereo jack)
- Sustain/assignable
- USB: type B
- External power (12V DC)
- Power Requirements: Batteries: D-sizex6/AC adaptor: AD-A12150LW
- Dimensions: (W x D x H) 1,161 x 385 x 147mm, 45.7"x15.2"x5.8"
- Weight: 7.2kg (Excluding batteries)
- Included Accessories: Music stand, AC adaptor
Dimensions and Weight in Packaging
Base Item
Shipping Weight: 24 lbs
Shipping Dimensions: 49 x 8 x 7 in
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): WK6600
Blemished, USED
Shipping Weight: 24 lbs
Shipping Dimensions: 49 x 8 x 7 in
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): WK6600
Warehouse Resealed, USED
Shipping Weight: 24 lbs
Shipping Dimensions: 49 x 8 x 7 in
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): WK6600
with Headphones, Keyboard Stand, and Dust Cover
Shipping Weight: 35.25 lbs
Shipping Dimensions: 51 x 19 x 9 in
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): CAS WK6600 PPK
If you have additional warranty questions, please contact the manufacturer at 800-435-7732
(5 ratings)
Submitted February 6, 2015 by John A in Golden/Denver, CO
"Great pro level keyboard for the money"
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First let me preface this by saying that I am a professional musician with over 40 years of performing and production experience and have been playing piano and keyboards for over 50 years. Piano was my first instrument, but I am a drummer/percussionist for the most part. I have a very elaborate keyboard rig that I use mostly for production and in the studio. Recently I was hired by an established band as their percussionist but when they found out I play keyboards as well, they wanted me add a keyboard to my rig and play that on some of the songs. Unfortunatly taking one of the instruments I already owned would create a big hassle to pull out of the studio rig and reprogram it for every gig. So, I was looking for a new, light weight keyboard with good and practical sounds that would be easy to transport and had everything I needed in one instrument. I didn't want to spend a fortune on it as I already have enough invested in equipment. So, after researching pretty much everything on the market for a month I decided on the Casio WK-6600. I picked this one because it has a lot of great sounds on it that are going to be usable in a professional working band. Things you are going to use like accoustic pianos that sound real, electric pianos that give you almost every option of sounds from classic models like a Fender Rhodes and many others as well as over 50 excellent organ sounds. The strings sound terrific and there are a lot of recognizable brass and lead synth tones read more as well. All sounds are customaizable and you can add a boat load of digital effects so you can get a lot out of this instrument. That being said, you can also pretty much take it out of the box and give the instruction manual a five minute glance to see how to select the sounds and take it to a gig. The on-board sounds are terrific and for this price, they will blow you away. The WK-7600 has actual drawbars so if you are big into the organ thing, you will love those, but for my needs they were a little overkill, but I did need a pitch bend wheel so I opted for the WK-6600 over the WK-245. The on board speakers sound pretty good and for practicing and working on arrangements will be all you need. No, they aren't going to blow the guitar player out of the room, but run this through a good keyboard amp and you can hold your own in any playing environment. The workstation part of the deal was an added bonus for me and works like most top end workstations so it will serve me well as an option for doing work at home or in a different studio than the one I work at. Now, it's important to note that this is not built like a tank, but neither is a violin or accoustic guitar. You need to take care of it and carry it in a case. It has a plastic chassis so dropping it off the end of the stage isn't going to end well. On the flip side it's also about half the weight of most of my other keyboards which is what I was looking for. It makes it super easy to transport. The keyboard action falls somewhere in between a typical organ/synth style and a fully weighted piano style action. It's velocity sensitive, so you get dynamics, but not as heavy an action as a piano. It's actually kind of a nice blend. No, it's not a $5000 instrument, but it functions very well in a pro environment so if you are on a budget and need something that's going to cut it on a real world gig, check this one out. As a writing and arrangers tool, you will be very happy using this as well. I would highly recomend this to anyone looking to get a lot of bang for their buck.

Musical Background:
Professional musician/producer/arranger with over 50 years experience.

Musical Style:
I work with almost all styles of music with a focus on jazz, rock, Latin, pop and contemporary electronic music. I will be using
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