Casio WK-500 and CTK-5000 electronic keyboards offer a diverse range of built-in tones and rhythms
Casio announced the release of two new electronic keyboards, WK-500 and CTK-5000. These new models are designed especially for users who would like to broaden the variety of music they can perform. Both Casio keyboards offer a diverse range of built-in tones and rhythms that make it easy to get the perfect sound for almost any musical genre. Both Casio keyboards WK-500 and CTK-5000 employ Casio’s newly developed AHL Sound Source technology, which enables the realistic reproduction of tones from acoustic instruments like the piano and more. The maximum polyphony of 48 notes – an improvement from 32 notes – ensures that no sound drops out, even when playing complex parts with auto-accompaniment. They also feature piano-style keys to satisfy more users.
Casio WK-500 and CTK-5000 keyboards are high-grade models that offer a rich variety of built-in tones – 670 in all – including pianos, strings, guitars, basses, drums, and many more. Both also offer 200 different built-in rhythms – rock, pop, jazz, dance, bossa nova, and samba, just to name a few.