The Casio AP-620 Celviano Digital Piano is an affordable piano, considering that it is available in the classic design, and comes with several features including several accompaniments and 128-note polyphony. It's easy to use and has a good keyboard actions with some realistic piano sounds.
Pros Affordable, Easy to Use, Realistic Sounds, Good Action
Cons No pitch-bend, Small LCD display
Best Place to Buy On Amazon, Casio AP620 Celviano Piano for $1300-$1500
Who Is It For? This is for everybody who wants to own a digital piano, with the classic upright design, but doesn't have the budget to buy something high-end.
This is perfect for learning (for those who are really serious about learning to play the piano) and even for practicing as the keyboard feel is excellent, courtesy the "Ivory Touch" weighted graded keyboard.
A couple of downsides: If you like to play with more of non-piano sounds, you will miss the pitch-bend control. Secondly, even cheaper models nowadays come with bigger displays; in that regard this one comes with a slightly smaller LCD display.
More Benefits Nothing beats the Casio when it comes to the value-for-money proposition and you get the best of everything in one instrument.
Even if you are an experienced musician and own a synth or stage piano, this one can be an excellent piano for the family, where you or your children can come and play together.
If you have played on a cheaper Casio piano before, you may already have some misconceptions about this brand, but this model is different. The sound is much better and on par with other brands at this price.
The Casio Celviano piano series definitely seem to offer a good package, considering their price and the amount of features that are thrown in, in an attractive package.
But then there are feedback from users, saying that they don’t have the best piano sound, or in some cases, some users even say that they are not built to last.
If you look at it price-wise, there is no beating it. I would agree that the sounds may not be top-notch, especially their non-piano sounds, but they have reasonable sounds and look like an upright piano.
But then, there is no other alternative in this price range, from any other brand. So if you really plan to upgrade from a portable keyboard to a digital piano, this can be a really good option.