Casio Privia PX-360 Digital Piano

88-key Digital Piano with Color Touch Interface, Scaled Hammer Action, 16-track Recorder, 550 Tones, Built-in Effects, 128-note Polyphony, USB Connection, and Duet Mode
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Powerful, Professional, and Easy to Use

The Casio Privia PX-360 88-key digital piano provides you with a realistic acoustic piano-playing experience. You'll feel right at home with the grand piano touch response due to Casio's renowned Tri-sensor Scaled Hammer Action II keyboard. You'll have access to 550 sounds including string ensembles, electric pianos, electric guitar and bass tones, and more. The ability to control it all from the intuitive 5.3" Color Touch Interface makes the Privia PX-360 a wonderful addition to your home, studio, or performance rig.

Casio Privia PX-360 88-key Digital Piano at a Glance:
  • Control it all with the touch of a screen
  • Realistic acoustic piano feel
  • Pro-performance features
Control it all with the touch of a screen

What sets this Casio PX-360 88-key Digital piano apart from many other designs is its easy-to-use color touch interface. Its attractive 5.3" touch display lets you explore all of the features aboard the PX-360 with ease, placing the right information at your fingertips. Easily recognizable icons help you navigate the keyboard, to take full advantage of the PX-360's 550 sounds, 200 rhythms, 16-track recorder, and more.

Realistic acoustic piano feel

Casio's Tri-Sensor Scaled Hammer Action II keyboard accurately puts the feel of a concert grand piano under your fingers. You'll enjoy a high level of realism and touch response with 127 times the resolution of most traditional keyboards. To make it more like a real grand piano, Casio made the realistic ebony and ivory-textured keys feel heavier in the lower register, and lighter up top, so you can focus on your performance, not the feel of the instrument.

Pro performance features

The Privia PX-360 88-key Digital piano is loaded with features that make it right at home in a number of professional situations. Piano teachers at Sweetwater love the PX-360 for the Duet mode, which splits the keyboard into two equal ranges - great for piano instruction. Performing live is covered as well with the 1/4" outputs for connecting to any amplification source and MIDI I/O and 1/4" inputs for multi-keyboard rigs and accessing the onboard speakers. And the PX-360 is easy to transport at 26 pounds.

Casio Privia PX-360 88-key Digital Piano Features:
  • Lightweight and powerful 88-key digital piano
  • 5.3" Color Touch Interface controls the keyboard
  • Tri-sensor Scaled Hammer Action II keyboard for real piano feel
  • AiR (Acoustic and Intelligent Resonator) delivers award-winning grand piano tone
  • 550 high-quality sounds
  • Rear-ported speakers deliver superior sound
  • 16-track recorder for practice and composing
  • Duet mode for teaching students
  • Onboard digital effects for tailoring your sound
  • MIDI capable
The Casio Privia PX-360 is a powerful digital piano for many professional applications.

Tech Specs

Number of Keys 88
Type of Keys Scaled Hammer Action
Other Controllers Pitchbend
Presets 305
Amplifier 8W x 2
Weight 26 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number PX360BK

Customer Reviews

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Great upgrade! Easy to use touch screen

Coming from a PX-330 their is no comparison. AiR technology 550 tones plus all new Styles and drums. Edit option is now a pleasure for Styles with the new touch screen. Audio option midi sequencer there is just so much packed into this new board. As always Sweetwater got this to me in just 2 days! Thanks!

Bang for the Buck

I needed a stage piano that could replace the controller/JV1080 combination I've been using for decades, which is a tall order with my budget. I've been a Roland guy for many years and never imagined Casio could impress me, but I'm a believer now. I'd venture to say that pianos costing up to $600 more don't have the amount of tones and features that the PX-360 has. The sounds aren't the absolute best, but they're quite good and there's so many of them! The only thing I can think of that would make this piano a five-star home-run would be an assignable expression pedal input. That being said, it's exceeded my expectations so far (I've been working with it extensively for a little over a day) and will considerably reduce the amount of gear I have to bring to gigs. Nice job, Casio.
Music background: Rock/pop/jazz/classical/folk
See also: Work Stations, Casio, Casio Keyboard Workstations, Casio Portable & Arranger Keyboards