Casio PX-770 White



Pros and cons

According to our Digital piano expert
  • Pros:
    Choose from realistic sounds, including 5 concert grand pianos and 4 electric pianos.
  • Pros:
    Thanks to the 88 keys with weighted hammer mechanism, you'll feel like you're playing an acoustic piano.
  • Pros:
    With the included sustain, sostenuto, and soft-control pedals, you can extend 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


You'll feel as if you're playing an acoustic piano with the Casio PX-770. This digital piano's 88 keys have a weighted hammer mechanism. This lets you put more feeling into your piano playing. Select 1 of 19 realistic piano sounds. This includes the sounds of concert grand pianos, electric pianos, strings, and organs. You can adjust the sounds to your liking. Would you like to simulate the acoustics of a well-known concert hall for extra realistic sound reproduction? If so, switch on reverberation from the Hall Simulator. The piano has 2 speakers on board, allowing you to directly listen to your piano play. If you want to practice in silence, connect a pair of headphones to 1 of the 2 headphone jacks.


Included by default

  • Sustain, sostenuto, and soft-control pedals
  • Underframe
  • Headphone hook
  • Sheet music stand
  • Power cable

Recommended combination

  • Casio PX-770 White + Headphones

    • Casio PX-770 White
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