Casio CTK-4400 61-key Portable Arranger

61-key Portable Keyboard with piano-style keys, 600 Built-in Tones, 1/8" Input for MP3 Players, and 48-note Polyphony
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Jump Start Your Creativity

The Casio CTK-4400 portable keyboard gives you a mountain of features in a trim 61-key package with an super-affordable price. With the CTK-4400, you get 600 built-in sounds so you can play any style and follow your inspiration. And there are even 180 rhythms for you to play along with - it's like having your own backing band. When it's time to record your ideas, the onboard 5 song / 6 track recorder is standing by. If you need an instrument that's ready to serve your creativity, Sweetwater can recommend the Casio CTK-4400 as a fun solution.

Casio CTK-4400 61-key Portable Keyboard at a Glance:
  • 600 built-in sounds to spark your musical imagination
  • Your own backing band
  • Your personal recording studio
600 built-in sounds to spark your musical imagination

With the Casio CTK-4400's arsenal of 600 built-in tones, you won't run out of sounds. Choose from a great-sounding collection of instruments - including strings and stereo grand pianos. Let your musical imagination soar!

Your own backing band

Need inspiration? The Casio CTK-4400's 180 onboard rhythms are waiting to accompany you. It's a more inspiring way to practice than just playing along with a metronome.

Your personal recording studio

With the Casio CTK-4400, you don't have let great musical ideas fall by the wayside. With the CTK-4400's onboard 5 song / 6 track recorder, you can record your ideas before they get away! It's also a great way to keep track of your progress as you're learning to play.

Casio CTK-4400 61-key Portable Keyboard Features:
  • 61 piano-style touch-sensitive keys
  • 48 note polyphony
  • 600 Tones; 180 Rhythms
  • 5 song / 6 track recording
  • Step-up lesson system
  • Runs on six AA batteries or the included AD-E95100 power supply
Jump start your creativity (and have fun) with the Casio CTK-4400!

Tech Specs

Number of Keys 61
Polyphony 48 Notes
Presets 600
Sequencer 6-track
Audio Inputs 1 x 1/8" MP3 Player Input
USB 1 x Type B
Pedal Inputs 1 x 1/4"
Built-in Speakers Yes
Power Supply Power Adapter
Height 5.12"
Width 37.4"
Depth 14.8"
Weight 10.14 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number CTK4400

Customer Reviews

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I recently purchased a keyboard Casio from sweetwater for my son and he is really happy with it! Is exactly what he wanted thank you guys!!

Great beginner keyboard!

Great keyboard for a beginner and teaching you how to play. Love the feel and design of the keys for its price. Lightweight and portable. Bought it for my daughter for her birthday.
Music background: Self taught, playing and creating for 26 years.

Sounds Great

This keyboard sounds pretty good. I was impressed by the piano sound, especially with the reverb turned on. Almost sounds like a real piano. Other instruments sound good too. Touch response is very good, it has a good range from soft to loud. One of the main reasons I got this keyboard was to act as a midi controller and I had no problem connecting it to my Win7 laptop. I plugged it in and all drivers installed automatically and I was able to use it in my DAW without any other configuration. I like the built in piano lessons which teach you which keys to press and which fingers to use for each hand. It even slows down and waits if you have trouble finding a key. I've actually been able to learn to play with both hands and also improving my music reading. My only criticism is that it's complicated to figure out how to do things. This keyboard has so many features and so few buttons that each button controls many different things. The manual is a little hard to decipher because it tells you to press button 28 then you have to go figure out where button 28 is. Other than that I think this is a great deal for the price.
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