The Casio SA76 is a 44-key, kid-sized powerhouse, but not without its limitations. We’ll walk you through the good, the bad and the ugly of the SA76 in our Casio SA76 review.
Let’s start from the beginning.
At first glance of the features, this little keyboard doesn’t necessarily give away that it was made for kids. It’s sophisticated with almost as many options of settings as some traditional digital keyboards of its size.
Some of those features and settings include:
- 44 (mini) keys
- 5 percussion pads
- 100 sounds
- 50 rhythm patterns
- 8 inch W x 8.3 inch D x 2.24 inch H
- 7 pounds
- LED screen
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Although the list of cons seems long, don’t let it scare you away from the Casio SA76. It can be an excellent fit for young learners and advanced players alike, given the right situation.
Its biggest strength is its portability. Young learners looking to practice as much as possible will appreciate that. Advanced players that can’t part with a piano for even a minute or that are looking for an option to bring on the go, on vacation or in a backpack have come to the right place.
The Casio SA76 is also a great option for children. It’s more advanced than most children’s keyboards, allowing for space to take advantage of the learning features and interesting settings, while still being fun to play with.