Casio WK-7600 Keyboard, 76-Key

Casio WK-7600 Keyboard, 76-Key

An update to Casio's hit WK-7500, the WK-7600 gives you 50 incredibly real drawbar organs, hundreds of fully tweakable sounds, 17-track sequencing and more!

Casio WK-7500 Electronic Keyboard (76-Key)

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Weighing in at under 20 lbs, the WK-7500 breaks the price barrier for a pro arranger synth, with a powerful sequencer and authentic drawbar organ simulator.

The Casio WK-7500 offers powerful and extensive features at a price that is unheard of in the portable keyboard market. It offers 800 world-class tones, 250 preset rhythms, 17 track sequencer, 32 channel mixer, as well as audio recording capabilities. Any piece of music you create can be recorded as an audio file on an SDHC card. 9 sliders extend your versatility and provide an impressive 50 drawbar organ tones. Whether you are an amateur or professional musician, the WK-7500 will allow you to create, edit and play your compositions at home, in the studio or on the stage.

Tones That Will Inspire Your Music

The WK-7500 provides 800 world class tones organized by category in a easy-to-use interface. Dynamic stereo pianos, vintage electric pianos, strings, drums and a wealth of synths and acoustic instruments are at your fingertips. Each of those 800 voices can be edited with control over filters, envelopes and more. For added depth and realism, an extensive set of DSP effects are available to enhance these tones, providing you with pure inspiration at your fingertips.

Sliders Galore

You can't miss them, nine strategically placed sliders on the front panel. Just press the Drawbar Organ button and start playing. The sliders allow you to control the level of each harmonic overtone to produce a powerful and rich organ sound. Rotary speaker effects and percussion control are all instantly accessible. For the final touch, you can dive deeper into edit mode to customize key read more click, overdrive, rotary speeds and more for the ultimate drawbar organ experience.

Capture The Moment

With the WK-7500 you can capture those moments of creativity so they'll never get lost. Featuring a powerful 17-track sequencer, you can even edit and tweak your performances enabling you to turn out broadcast ready, professional tracks. Once you've created your masterpiece you can save your song file to an SDHC card. Better yet, you can save it as an audio recording. That's right, this keyboard can mix down internally and save your song to an SDHC card as an audio file. This allows you to share your music with the world. Utilizing Casio's free DATA Manager 6.0 computer software your recording can be converted into a .WAV file, so you can burn your song to a CD, put it in your favorite music player, send it to friends or a record producer. Making music and sharing it has never been this easy or affordable.

A Full Band - Included

A total of 250 preset rhythms with full accompaniment are built-in. One button click brings you access to styles from rock, pop, Latin, jazz, country, classical and everything in between. You can choose to have just a drummer or full virtual band at your disposal, so now you can play and write music with more speed and sophistication than ever before.

Mix Your Masterpiece

Whether you're playing live or in the studio, you have total control over your mix. The front panel sliders provide quick control over volume, pan, effect sends for each channel including the MIC and instrument inputs.

Get Connected

The back panel provides 1/4-inch (L/MONO, R) outputs, MIC and Instrument inputs and a stereo audio in. There is also a class-compliant USB MIDI port. This means you can easily use your favorite computer music application without the need for drivers.

Ready For The Stage

The WK-7500 is ready to conquer the stage. You can easily create splits, layers or both simultaneously. You can store this combination of three tones as a registration for instant recall on stage. The 96 registration slots will let you cover any gig, or save those magic sounds that define a hit song. If you're a solo performer, registrations can also recall rhythms and accompaniments for you to play along with. The WK-7500 features a piano-style touch- response keyboard that provides a realistic piano experience.
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- Keyboard: 76 Piano-style keys
- Touch Response: 2 Sensitivity levels / Off
- Sound Source: Tri-element AHL
- Polyphony (max): 64
- Tones: 800 incl 50 drawbar organ tones
- User Tones: 100 tone editor + 50 drawbar organ
- Drawbar Organ Tones: 50
- Built-in Rhythms: 250
- User Rhythms: 100
- Reverb: 10 Types
- Chorus: 5 Types
- DSP: 100 Preset / 100 User
- Controllers: Start / Stop, Intro, Normal / Fill-in, Variation / Fill-in, Synchro / Editing
- Pattern Sequencer: 8 track editing x 6 patterns (intro, normal, normal fill-in, variation, variation fill-in, ending)
- Song Sequencer: 16 tracks + 1 system track supports up to 5 songs. Real time recording, step recording, song edit, track edit, event edit, punch in / out
- Mixer: 32 Channels + ext in (instrument or mic), 9 sliders
- Layer / Split: Yes
- Registration Memory: 6 sets x 16 banks, 100 user presets
- One Touch Presets: 250
- Pitch Bend Wheel: 0 to 24 Semi-tomes
- Sliders: 9
- General MIDI Compatible: 16 Channel multi-timbre received, GM level 1
- Recorder: Up to 5 audio files
- SD Memory Card Storage: SD or SDHC
- Display: Backlit LCD
- Speakers w/ Bass Reflex System: 4.7 in. x 2 + 1.2 in. x 2
- Amplifier: 7W + 7W
- Terminals:
- Line Out: L / Mono, R - Std jack
- Mic In: Mono - Std jack
- Instrument In: Mono - Std jack
- Audio In: Stereo - Mini jack
- USB: Yes
- Sustain Pedal: Std jack
- Headphones: Stereo - Std jack
- Power: 12V DC or six D cell batteries
- Included Accessories:
- AC Adaptor: AD-A12150
- Music Stand: Yes
- Dimensions (L x W x H): 46.7 x 15.7 x 5.9 in.
- Weight: 19.6 lbs.

For support or warranty questions, please contact the manufacturer:
Phone: 800-435-7732

Reviewers gave this product an overall rating of 5 out of 5 stars. (25 ratings)
Submitted May 3, 2011 by a customer from
Overall: 5 out of 5 stars
I was planning to buy the Roland gw8, but I changed my mind when I tried this beauty at the music store. I would replace it at once if it were stolen, that is why I bought two of them. What I like most about it is the sounds and sweet accompaniments, it sounds professional, it is not a toy, it is affordable and finally it is a keeper. I would like the next Casio WK to have twice as many sounds and 88 keys. HEAR ME OUT CASIO GUYS, YOU HAVE A WINNER HERE. MAKE THE 88-KEY VERSION PLEASE. Anybody who is in doubt can email me at

The sounds are crystal clear. You have to press the button that says tone edit and change parameters to your liking, including the touch sensitivity from 63 to 0 in order to hear a loud sound. Then you change attack, release, etc. and you get a very professional sound. I have the Yamaha MM6 and this Casio blows it out of the water. Even the arpeggios are much better. For this price I bought two of them. No regrets. The organ function gives you a vivid reproduction of B3 organs with leslie, click and all the bells and whistles. The styles are so sweet and live that compete with the Korg Pa500. The only thing is that the korg Pa500 has more intros and variations. But I repeat, this keyboard Casio is a true revelation, period.

The most useful feature is the drawbars that work with the mixer function so that you can control each channel, that is full control over read more every single sound and drum including reverb, chorus, etc. for each one. The guitars are so good and with the arpeggios they can produce amazing strumming effects. I feel that CASIO corporation is ready to compete with the big ones. The quality of the keyboard is much better than the korg Pa50 that I also have. Strong material, beautiful keybed, what else can you wish for ?

Ease of Use
There is no learning curve. It is super intuitive, a cinch to use. I use it with my other Korg keyboards and it works amazingly well. The manual is clear. It is in my humble opinion more playable than the Yamaha MM6 or Korg Pa50. I do not mean that these keyboards are bad, what I mean is that with the 9 sliders it has, everything becomes more intuitive, easier for the player.

It is sturdy, with a firm keybed, piano-style keys, touch response, the works. I can depend on it any time. It is stronger than the Korg Pa50 for which I paid twice as much. It is black and shiny, professional looking. I just ask the CASIO guys to release the 88-key version of it. When I had the CASIO WK-3800 I asked them for the 88-key version and they heard me. By the way the CASIO WK-3800 is a beautiful keyboard too.

You get a lot for very little money. I could not believe the quality of sounds I was getting for less than 500 dollars on sale. This keyboard could easily be worth more. It beats anything out there.

Manufacturer Support
I never had to ask for anything, except the time when I begged them to release an 88-key version of my faithful casio wk-3800 and they listened to me. I bought the wk-8000 right on the spot. This is how much I appreciate the effort CASIO corporation is making to make keyboards available to all musicians.

The Wow Factor
It is not only a practical addition. Having this keyboard is a must if you want to have an authentic B3 clone for a low price. It is a marvel if you ask me.

Musical Background:
professional musician

Musical Style:
jazz, bossa nova, samba
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