Casio Celviano AP22S / AP40 88 key Piano Keyboard with stool *May Deliver*

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  • Item Category: Entertainment
  • Source: eBay UK
  • Sold Date: Oct 06,2011
  • Channel: Online Auction
CasioCasio Celviano AP22S / AP40 Piano Keyboard 88 note weighted keyboard (hammer type action) 32 Note polyphonic 10 tones (piano 1 and 2, electric piano, harpsichord, pipe organ, strings, vibraphone, choir, wood bass, electric bass) Reverb (room, stage and hall 1&2 settings), chorus, tremolo and brilliance controls Lesson function: 80 built in songs with part cut, metronome, phase repeat function and song book Real Time memory - 2 songs, 5000 notes Transpose and tuning control 8 demo songs, 1 highlighting each tone Midi In/Out jacks; 16 part multi timbral 2 headphone jacks plus stereo lineout and linein jacks Attractive wood cabinet with wood stand (damper, soft/sostenuto) 2 speakers with 30 watts power per side Operates on included AC adapter

In great condition, with a couple of small marks and chips due to normal usage, but nothing much. This is a great looking piano and would look fantastic in any home.

Comes with the instruction manual and the piano stool that you can see in the pictures.

Measures: 139cm wide x 52cm Deep x 87cm High

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