Casio CTK-7200 61-key Portable Arranger

61-key Arranger Keyboard with Built-in Pattern and Song Sequencers, DSP Effects, Tone Editor, Drawbars, 32-channel Mixer, and Arpeggiator
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Value-packed Powerhouse Arranger

If you're looking for an value-packed arranger keyboard with an dizzying array of creative tools, Sweetwater has a great suggestion: Casio's CTK-7200. When you're composing with the CTK-7200, the possibilities for editing and refining your music are just about endless. The CTK-7200 sports 820 presets and 260 onboard rhythms to spark your creativity. And with its 61 piano-style keys, built-in pattern and song sequencers, DSP effects, tone editor, drawbars, 32-channel mixer, and arpeggiator, this powerhouse arranger makes it easy to transform your musical flights of fancy into finished tracks.

Casio CTK-7200 61-key Arranger Keyboard at a Glance:
  • Creative tools to help you realize your musical ideas
  • Drawbars give you real-time tweakability
  • Multiple Digital Effects, for polished productions
Creative tools to help you realize your musical ideas

The Casio CTK-7200 is jam-packed with cool features that make it easy to realize your musical ideas. The Pattern Sequencer gives you up to eight tracks (drum, percussion, bass, chord 1 through chord 5), and can be edited to create original accompaniment patterns. A 17-track Song Sequencer (16 tracks plus one system track) lets you record up to five songs (up to 30000 notes). It also lets you punch in and out, and even edit recorded data note-by-note. Your recordings can be converted to SMF (Standard MIDI File) format and stored on an SD memory card.

Drawbars give you real-time tweakability

Casio's CTK-7200 starts you off with 50 popular drawbar presets built-in. It only takes a few simple tweaks to get a robust, real-deal organ sound. Of course, you get a top-notch DSP rotary-speaker emulation is - the icing on the cake. Use the nine drawbars to change harmonic overtone levels and to create sounds by adding a harmonic percussion effect as you play. You can even edit the parameters of the percussion effect and click sound of a drawbar organ to create incredibly realistic drawbar organ tones, and even save up to 50 of your custom patches in memory.

Multiple Digital Effects, for polished productions

To make your songs sound professional, the Casio CTK-7200 gives you ten types of reverb, five chorus settings, and 100 DSP effects, including delay, phaser, flanger, wah, rotary speaker, and more. (DSP and chorus cannot be used simultaneously). You can apply multiple effects to a patch to create exactly the sound you want. Tweak the parameters of the DSP effect types to create your own DSP effects and store up to 100 of them in memory.

Casio CTK-7200 61-key Arranger Keyboard Features:
  • 61 piano-style keys
  • 820 tones; 260 rhythms
  • LC display, data entry dial
  • 100 DSP effects
  • Arpeggiator; tone and rhythm editor
  • Drawbars; pitch bend wheel and modulation button
  • 96-setting registration memory
  • Audio recording to SD card
  • 17-track sequencer; 32-channel mixer
  • USB; SD card slot (2-32 GB)
  • Mic In, Instrument In jacks; stereo Audio In jack
  • May be battery operated
  • 2 x 7W, 4.72" x 2 + 1.18" x 2 bass-reflex speaker system
Realize your musical ideas with the Casio CTK-7200!

Additional Media

CTK-7200 and WK-7600 User Manual

Tech Specs

Number of Keys 61
Polyphony 64 Notes
Presets 820
Number of Effects 127
Effects Types Reverb, Chorus, DSP, Auto-harmonize
Sequencer 17-track, 5-song
Audio Inputs 2 x TRS (Mic), 1 x 1/8" (Stereo)
Audio Outputs 2 x TRS, 1 x 1/4" (TRS, Headphones)
USB 1 x Type B
Pedal Inputs 1 x Sustain
Built-in Speakers Yes
Power Supply 6 x D Batteries, AC Adaptor (Included)
Height 4.80"
Width 37.32"
Depth 15.11"
Weight 14.771 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number CTK7200

Customer Reviews

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Great keyboard

I purchased this keyboard as a starter arranger. I really love the rich sounds and I love all the recording features. This keyboard offers so many different rhythms that I often find myself running through the available rhythms and before I know it I haven't practiced any actual playing. But I don't mind.
Music background: amateur musician and singer


This review is on my CTK 7000... an almost identical predecessor to the CTK 7200. I concur with the previous reviews & will add that I've had a lot of fun with this keyboard. I play it through a 40 watt Roland amp & it provides plenty of great piano tone & rhythmic volume for our little group. It allows me to be more creative by not having to deal with timing issues. The beat & rhythm is provided by a vast array of generated back-up selections which facilitates melodic work & will fit any style of playing. I can't speak for others but for me, this was a great value... fairly easy to learn & become accustomed to. If you're thinking about purchasing this keyboard, the sustain pedal is a must-have accessory... I seldom play without one. I may opt for a 76 key arranger in the future but for now this little 61 key machine will suffice. Very pleased with the transaction & quality of this keyboard.
Music background: Hobbyist...keyboard & guitar

Great Keyboard

Thanks to Sweetwater for an excellent service..I was looking for a affordable arranger and I stumbled on this one the ctk-7200 it met my needs,maybe not perfect but for the price you cant go wrong.
Music background: Hobbyist

A great value

I'm not a keyboard player but I really like this keyboard. I bought it to provide backing for my guitar playing but I'm having so much fun with it my guitar is being neglected. So many things I haven't even tried yet. Great sounds, great feel, a winner for Casio. Thanks to Mike Godlove and Sweetwater for great service!
Music background: Hobbyist


This keyboard has a nice feel to the keys. Certainly not weighted but not as flimsy as some older synth action keys or controller keyboards I have encountered. There is a nice "resistance" to them. That said I will add that the sounds are not electrifying but they are adequate. The sound through the speakers is decent. The sound through good headphones is nice. Just nice. Not mind-blowing but nice. The features of this unit (arpeggiator, sequencer, recorder) I most likely will never use. I am a guitarist firstly and keyboardist after that. I built up some decent chops on keys over the years but for the last year or so I let them lapse. I bought this more for the conventional sounds of Piano, EP and Organ and just some synth stuff. It is intended to be the unit I use to get some "chops" up to snuff. Since my layoff I have drifted away from electronic sounds and desire the more conventional sounds to work within the confines of the lion's share of my music which is straight-ahead folk-pop-rock. I feel this unit will be a fine vehicle for that. Does it "inspire"? Well, not yet and it may never but it will be of utility to my needs. If I get back to where I want to be I most likely will invest in a Roland RD-64 or at least a Roland VR-09. As for is fine to be nice.
Music background: long time hacker
See also: Portable Arrangers, Casio, Casio Portable & Arranger Keyboards