Tested and working Casio musical keyboard with full size keys.
Works well, not a loud of wear, excellent sound quality with the built in stereo speakers. Also has MIDI in, out, and thru jacks along with 1/4" footpedal jacks for volume and sustain. Just cleaned. Original Casio adapter (not shown) is included as is the metal music stand.
This has a bunch of standard sounds (piano, organ, flute, brass, etc) plus you can mix sounds together to get unique ones. There are 465 combos and if you add auto harmonize you get even more variations. Some of the combos are unlike what I have heard on any other keyboard before, and the way the keys work you get some great liquid like effects with some of them. You can save yours choices to one of the 4 register buttons and instantly switch between them when playing.
Two relatively minor issues- the first is that the power jack seems to have a broken pin inside it. The AC adapter plugs in and works fine but the fit is loose, so if you move the wire around once you have powered it up it will shut off. As long as the you don't move the keyboard it will stay powered up fine. You have three options as I see it- you could just leave it as is and it will work fine, you could have it repaired, or you could permanently hook up the AC adapter by attaching the wires directly internally or on the battery terminals.
The other issue is that the battery cover on the back is missing. If you want to use this with batteries (it takws 6 D cells) then you would want to put a piece of tape over the back. Email for additional/higher resolution photos.
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I am a one man operation in central NJ and have been a part time reseller, collector, and pack rat for almost 10 years. I usually find my items at local thrift stores, garage sales, flea markets, etc. In the past I used the eBay auction service exclusively but due to their increasingly restrictive policies and lack of protection for sellers I have moved on to other venues. Total feedback on eBay is around 7000 sales with approx. 99.8% positives- seller ID's are available on request. One of my ebay seller ID's is also "stereos"- check it out and feel free to contact me through eBay to verify.
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