Casio WK-6600 76-Key Workstation Keyboard with Power Supply

Maria Cristina Mena, the Collected Stories of Maria Cristina Mena said, “The piano keys are black and white but they sound like a million colors in your mind”

The piano is an acoustic, keyboard, strung percussion instrument with hardwood hammers coated with a softer substance that strikes the strings (modern hammers are covered with dense wool felt; some early pianos used leather).

It’s played on a keyboard, which consists of a row of keys (little levers) that the performer presses or strikes with both hands’ fingers and thumbs to trigger the hammers to strike the strings. Around the year 1700, Bartolomeo Cristofori invented it in Italy.

Casio uses exceptional technologies and innovation to build goods that give new value by satisfying the latent requirements of customers, breaking free from stereotypes and exceeding world expectations.

A piano-style touch-response keyboard, song sequencer, tone editor, multiple digital effects, mixer, performance registration memory, USB MIDI interface, SD card storage, hundreds of editable tones.

Pitch end wheel, backlit display, music presets, and 700 individual tones are all included in the Casio 76 Note Keyboard With Backlit LCD Screen. 2-Way Bass Reflex Sound System with High-Output.


Casio WK-6600 76-Key Workstation Keyboard

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Quick information:

  • Product Dimensions: 5.4 x 16.25 x 47 inches
  • Product Weight: 24 Pounds
  • Color: Black
  • Brand: Casio
  • Style: WK6600

Product Features:

Maximum Recording Capacity:

Up to 5 songs or around 30,000 notes can be recorded using the 16 track song sequencer. Also includes 1 system track.

Choose your own Favorite Music:

From the 210 built-in rhythms, mix and match instrumentals. Individual instrumental elements can be toggled and characteristics adjusted to create one’s own unique rhythms.

Tone Editor Accessory:

With the help of the Tone Editor. Adjust the attack and release times, cut off, vibrato, reverb, chorus, and DSP to one’s liking.

Variety of Tones:

There are 700 tones to choose from that will help users broaden their musical imagination. It has 48 polyphonic notes to avoid dropped notes.

Superior Quality:

There are 10 reverbs, 5 choruses, and 100 DSP kinds built-in. There’s also the possibility to make one’s own effects and save up to 100 different styles.


Without the need to download drivers, use with Mac or Windows PCs. Using Apple’s camera connection kit, anyone may create a controller for the Apple iPad.

Our Opinion:

This keyboard appeals to me greatly. I had one of the first Casio models, which I purchased around 8 years ago. I used it every day for 6-7 hours in my classroom (elementary music instructor) until the touch-sensitive mechanism started to go wonky and I’d get random loud notes. This one has taken its place. In terms of instrument sounds and built-in percussion tracks, Casio has stepped up their game.

I don’t use the built-in speakers and instead connect it to a high-quality sound system, and I’m blown away by how beautiful and realistic the various patches are. I’m hoping for at least as much life from this one as I did from its predecessor.


Is it possible for everyone to learn to play the piano?

Anyone of any age may learn to play the piano and have hours of fun doing so.

What are the three different sorts of pianos?

Pianos are divided into three categories: grand, upright, and electronic.

What is the significance of the name pianoforte?

The words “piano” and “forte” are Italian words that indicate “gentle” and “loud,” respectively. Fortepianos can play both loud (forte) and gentle (soft) music (piano).

What is the name of the piano’s interior?

Inner frame, is the name of the piano’s interior.

What are the names of the large pianos?

These are also known as grand pianos, and are so named due of their length and string positioning. Because of their construction, they generate finer tones.

What distinguishes a high-quality piano?

A good digital piano should sound warm and less digital, emulating an acoustic piano as closely as possible.

What is the name of the piano sound?

This is referred to as “voicing.” It’s vital to distinguish voicing from tuning, which involves changing the pitch of a note.

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