Casio CDP-130 Black



Pros and cons

According to our Digital piano expert
  • Pros:
    Thanks to the weighted hammer action, it feels like you're playing a real piano.
  • Pros:
    You don't have to connect external speakers, because the CDP-130 has integrated speakers.
  • Pros:
    Add a reverb to mimic the sound of a piano in a concert hall.
  • Con:
    It's not possible to connect hardware such as a synthesizer to the piano via a MIDI cable.
Product Expert digital pianos


The Casio CDP-130 is a basic digital piano with a weighted hammer action that gives it the feel of an acoustic piano. The low tones even feel heavier than the high ones. This makes the digital piano suitable for beginning keyboard players who are taking piano lessons. You don't have to connect external speakers, because the CDP-130 has integrated speakers. Connect headphones to the keyboard in order to practice without disturbing anyone. You can choose from 10 different sounds, switching from piano sounds to the sound of strings or an organ. Add a reverb to simulate the sound of a piano in a concert hall.


Included by default

  • AC adapter
  • Sustain pedal
  • Music stand
  • Manual

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