Casio CGP-700 Digital Piano

88-key Portable Digital Piano with Tri-sensor Scaled Hammer-action, Textured Keys, Color Touchscreen, 550 Instrument Tones, 200 Ensemble Rhythms, Onboard Effects, and 6-speaker Sound System
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Great Feel, Great Sound, and Portable

Loaded with features yet easy to use, the Casio CGP-700 portable digital piano provides you with a highly pleasurable playing experience. When you're a pianist, there's nothing like the feeling of ebony and ivory under your fingers, and the CGP-700 delivers, thanks to its Tri-sensor Scaled Hammer-action II keyboard and naturally textured keys. On top of that, you get a 5.3" color touchscreen that makes navigating the CGP-700 as easy as using a smartphone. Packed with 550 different instrument tones, 200 ensemble rhythms, and a smorgasbord of powerful effects, the CGP-700 will turn you into a funky one-man- (or woman) band. Rounded out with a superb-sounding 6-speaker sound system, the Casio CGP-700 is a phenomenal portable digital piano!

Casio CGP-700 Portable Digital Piano at a Glance:
  • Tri-sensor Scaled Hammer-action for realistic touch response
  • Meticulously sampled piano delivers world-class sound
  • Color touchscreen provides simple, intuitive navigation
  • 6-speaker sound system makes for an enjoyable sonic experience
Tri-sensor Scaled Hammer-action for realistic touch response

Synth players like to play synths, and pianists like to play pianos. There is a difference! That's why piano players of all persuasions love the Casio CGP-700. It comes equipped with Casio's popular Tri-sensor Scaled Hammer-action II keyboard, which provides you with the touch and response of a real concert grand piano. The lower keys have a heavier feel, while the higher keys have a lighter feel, making the CGP-700 suitable for rock and classical pianists alike. Also, beginners will develop proper playing technique while practicing on the CGP-700 - all without putting a huge grand piano in the middle of your living room. On top of that, the keys on the CGP-700 are textured, making even the pickiest of the piano experts here at Sweetwater give them two big thumbs up. They feel almost like natural ebony and ivory!

Meticulously sampled piano delivers world-class sound

It doesn't matter how great a piano feels - if its sounds don't measure up, then it's a waste of a perfectly good keyboard. Luckily, the Casio CGP-700's 9-foot concert grand piano sound is among the best. It was meticulously recorded with over two dozen microphones in a world-class studio, providing you with a dynamic and expressive sound that simply sounds amazing. It even includes damper resonance simulation! You get instant settings for just about any genre of music, and by adding an optional SP-33 pedal system, you get soft, sostenuto, and damper pedals.

Color touchscreen provides simple, intuitive navigation

Some digital pianos can get a bit aggravating. After all, you're a pianist, not a computer programmer! That's why you'll love the Casio CGP-700's 5.3" color touchscreen. This high-resolution display makes navigating the CGP-700 as intuitive as swiping a tablet or smartphone. The CGP-700's touchscreen is bright, clear, and makes full use of a huge color palette to keep you informed and in control. And if you ever need to get back to basics in a hurry, there's a handy Grand Piano button for instant access to the CGP-700's grand piano sound. You can even shift to a different key quickly and easily with the CGP-700's Transpose buttons!

6-speaker sound system makes for an enjoyable sonic experience

Whether you're using the Casio CGP-700 for lessons, songwriting, or performing, you'll always sound your best, thanks to its superb-sounding 40-watt, 6-speaker sound system. It doesn't matter if you're immersed in the CGP-700's 9-foot concert grand piano, playing along with its 200 built-in rhythms, or listening to your MP3 player through its stereo aux input, this powerful 3-way speaker system fills the room with incredibly rich, detailed sound.

Casio CGP-700 Portable Digital Piano Features:
  • Lightweight and convenient 88-key digital piano
  • Tri-sensor Scaled Hammer-action for real piano feel
  • Meticulously sampled piano delivers world-class sound
  • Color touchscreen provides simple, intuitive navigation
  • 550 instrument tones and 200 rhythms provide great melodies and backing tracks
  • Polish your performance with reverbs, delays, and other essential effects
  • MIDI and USB audio recorders for saving your compositions
  • Duet mode makes teaching students easy
  • 6-speaker sound system makes for an enjoyable sonic experience
  • Includes matching wooden stand, SP-3 sustain pedal, and ADE24250 AC adapter
The Casio CGP-700 is a phenomenal portable digital piano!

Tech Specs

Number of Keys 88
Type of Keys Weighted, tri-sensor scaled hammer action
Presets 550 tones, 200 rhythms
Polyphony 128 note
Effects Types Reverb, chorus, delay, brilliance, harmonize
Sequencer 16-track, 100 songs
Audio Inputs 1 x 1/8" TRS (aux in)
Audio Outputs 2 x 1/4" (left, right), 2 x headphones
USB USB Type A (flash drive), USB Type B (to host)
MIDI I/O USB
Built-in Speakers Yes (built in stand)
Amplifier 2 x 20W
Bench/Stand Included Stand
Height 31.2" (with stand)
Width 52"
Depth 11.5"
Weight 26.2 lbs. (piano), 56.7 lbs. (stand included)
Manufacturer Part Number CGP700BK

Customer Reviews

4/5
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5/5

Great sound. great features, great price

Upgraded from my 13 year old PX-300. The ivory touch keys are phenomenal. Could not be happier.
5/5

Amazing value

Grand Piano sound and key feel are unlike any electronic instrument I've played - and I've been playing pianos / organs / synths for almost 50 years. Other included instruments' sound quality ranges from great to OK, but most are quite usable for recording or "live". The built-in (and easy-to-use) MIDI recorder and audio recorder are great productivity features for composers like myself. And - the touch-screen interface makes this digital machine's control and configuration accessible and intuitive. Bang-For-The-Buck is really incredible.
Music background: Composer / songwriter (45 years)
5/5

A Full-Featured Digital Ensemble for the Family

If you're looking for an 88-key digital piano with great sounds and the sophisticated features of a digital ensemble with touch screen ease-of-use and priced below $1,000, look no further. I had been shopping for a digital ensemble for our grandsons for the past year and recently bought the Casio CGP-700 from Sweetwater. I had been looking for a digital piano with the high-end 'arranger' features of a digital ensemble with128-note polyphony, full 16-track recorder, fabulous sounds, touch screen and sufficient amplification so that external speakers would not be needed. The CGP-700 fit the bill with a well-built stand and a great sounding 40W 6-speak system. I also bought the optional (SP-33) 3-pedal board (Highly Recommended). There is so much to like about the CGP-700 - but what do I like best? The colorful, intuitive, metro-style screen replaces dozens of cryptic buttons and traditional numeric keypad. The rhythm section features lots of great beats, especially in the 'World' category. The default piano and the group of 84 synth sounds are especially good. The keyboard action is excellent and the pitch bender is a nice touch. The recording section supports 17-track midi recording (with granular editing punch-in/out) and audio recording to a flash drive. The dual headphone jacks are great for music lessons and practice sessions. The CGP-700 has a feature set that is optimally designed for the family. The Casio Privia 360 and 560 models have the same great touch screen; however, with feature sets targeted more for the home studio or gigging. I'm glad to have waited for the Casio CGP-700 which will provide years of enjoyment for this next generation of young musicians.
Music background: Home studio
4.5/5

Nice Keyboard

Upgraded from my Privia 300. Liked the fact that it is easy to use and great for live performance. They moved the power switch from left of the volume control to the right. I was forever turning off the keyboard in the middle of a lead (not good) My only real complaint is the speakers in the stand. I dont use the stand because I play out so much. The speakers that are in the keyboard are like tweeters. I play in nursing homes during the week and don't need sound reinforcement, now I do. As usual some of the tones are great others not so much but over all there is enough to play most songs. The keys and the touch are phenomenal.
Music background: 40 years in playing a variety of Genres
4.5/5

Great Electric Piano

I played a few pianos looking for one priced in the midrange with a great keybed feel. This one was by far the best and after a week of playing, it's still great. Plenty of sounds to inspire new ideas, great feel to train the fingers and build dexterity.
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See also: Electric Pianos, Casio, Casio Digital Pianos