Casio AP-650



Pros and cons

According to our Digital piano expert
  • Pros:
    Thanks to the 88 keys with weighted hammer action, you feel like you're playing an acoustic piano.
  • Pros:
    Because the keys have 3 sensors, how you press the keys is calculated very accurately.
  • Pros:
    With the included sustain, sostenuto, and soft control pedals, you lengthen and accentuate the keystrokes with your feet.
  • Con:
    It's not possible to connect hardware such as a synthesizer to the piano via a MIDI cable.
Product Expert digital pianos


With the CASIO AP-650, you feel like you're playing on an acoustic piano. The keys with weighted hammer action feel and play just like the keys of a grand piano. This allows you to easily distinguish your soft keystrokes from harder ones and lets you play with more emotion. Each key includes 3 sensors that measure how hard you strike the key. The sound adapts accordingly, which means the piano produces high-resolution audio. The piano comes with a sturdy underframe. The underframe has 3 pedals to sustain keystrokes or make them sound softer.


Included by default

  • Sustain, sostenuto, and soft control pedals
  • Underframe
  • Power cord
  • Manual

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