ANAHEIM –Today, Casio is pleased to announce the addition of four new models to its well-known Celviano and Privia digital piano lines. Cementing its place as a leader in the electronic musical instrument industry, Casio’s Celviano AP-260 and AP-460, as well as the Privia PX-760 and PX-860 offer a number of new features including a Hall Simulator and Concert Play that will appeal to a variety of users, from beginners to advanced musicians. The latest Celviano and Privia digital pianos will be on display in Casio’s booth (#B5900) during Winter NAMM at the Anaheim Convention Center, January 22-25, 2015.
“Casio is known for providing the authentic sound and feel of a grand piano in a digital instrument, and we’ve continued that tradition with our latest Celviano and Privia Piano’s.” said Stephen Schmidt, Vice President of Casio’s Electronic Musical Instruments Division. “Whether music enthusiasts are looking for a highly portable Privia digital piano or the elegant look and feel of the Celviano, Casio’s latest models deliver an unmatched realism that users will appreciate and love.”
New Modes and Features
The latest Casio Celviano and Privia models are equipped with new modes and features to help enhance a musician’s experience. Concert Play allows musicians to play along to 10 classical pieces. For each of these 10 pieces, recordings of a symphony orchestra are included and users can select to hear them with or without the piano part. There is also a lesson feature which allows musicians to practice a piece at a slower tempo until they are ready to play it at normal tempo with the orchestra. The 10 pieces are appropriate for a variety of skill sets from beginner to advanced.
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