At the 2019 Summer NAMM Show, Casio unveiled a revamp of its famed Casiotone series – including the CT-S200, CT-S300 and LK-S250. Casio is displaying those models plus other instruments in the Company’s booth (#431) during Summer NAMM at Music City Center in Nashville, TN from July 19-20, 2019.

The new Casiotone keyboards include the CT-S200 (black, red and white), CT-S300 (midnight blue) and LK-S250 (black). Weighing in at just six pounds, the new models include features like a slim chassis and 61 keys, 400 tones, 77 rhythms, 50 patterns for Dance Music Mode, USB Midi, a rechargeable battery and more. All three models are also compatible with Casio's Chordana Play app, while the LK-S250 additionally features Casio’s Step-Up lesson system. 

The Casiotone CT-S200 (MSRP: $109), CT-S300 (MSRP: $139), and LK-S250 (MSRP: $159) will be available at select music dealers soon.

Casio is also displaying its latest Privia models - the PX-S1000/S3000 during Summer NAMM. With slim profiles, authentic grand piano sound and feel and a newly developed Smart Scaled Hammer Action Keyboard, both the PX-S1000 and PX-S3000 weigh in at a gig-friendly 25 pounds. Other features include 192-note polyphony, integrated Bluetooth audio, optional 6xAA battery power, MIDI recorder, and more. 

The PriviaPX-S1000 (MSRP: $899.99) and PX-S3000 (MSRP: $1199.99) are available now.

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