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Every Christmas for the past couple of years, I call the local nursing home and we set up a day and time to visit and give a mini Christmas concert.  We load up the kids’ guitar, violin, and Casio Electric Grand Piano and head over to Memory Lane.  While the music part tends to last only about 30 minutes, we’re typically there for a couple hours.  It’s so much fun seeing the joy on the faces of the residents and they absolutely adore when our younger kids are toddling around!  Another fun part of the day is we usually bring a yummy treat to share too, typically some festive donuts or cookies I pick up from the local bakery.  So while this is a wonderful opportunity to spread joy that we look forward to each year, I was dreading the process of taking apart our the stand and lugging our Casio Electric Grand Piano.  So I reached out to Casio to see if they would have a better option for us and I’m thrilled to partner with them today and share their Privia PX-160 Digital Piano with you!

Casio Privia PX-160 Digital Piano Keyboard Review

The Casio Privia PX-160 Digital Keyboard Piano has been a great addition to our family, keep reading to see why!  When I unboxed, I loved that there was zero assembly or confusing steps.  I just un-packaged and took off the wrappings.  Then, we simply plugged the unit into the wall with the included adapter and we were ready to roll!

Casio Privia PX-160 Digital Piano Keyboard Review

Privia PX-160 Digital Keyboard Piano Features Include:

~Grand Piano Sound Using AiR (Acoustic & Intelligent Resonator)
~Tri-Sensor Scaled Hammer Key Action
~Elegant Style
~Grand Sound System
~18 Built In Tones
~New String Ensemble Sounds
~Duet Mode & Split And Layer Capability
~3 Pedal Functionality System
~Two Headphone Outputs
~Two Track Recorder
~Front Open Speaker System
~88 Weighted Keys
~60 Song Music Library
~Metronome
~And More!

Casio Privia PX-160 Digital Piano Keyboard Review

The kids have been spending lots of time playing on their new Casio Privia PX-160 Digital Keyboard Piano and really have enjoyed the features.  Being able to add background music and different tones makes playing music even more fun.

I, personally, love the fact that this keyboard has the full set of keys and that they are weighted to mimic a regular full size piano.  This allows the kids to seamlessly transition between the pianos without experiencing confusion, which I feel is especially important for younger players.

Casio Privia PX-160 Digital Piano Keyboard Review

As they continue exploring, I know we’ll come across some features that we haven’t even discovered yet as this is a really great keyboard.  Our family is thrilled to have added the PX-160 Digital Keyboard to our home and think it would be a fantastic gift this Christmas for the musical lovers on your list!

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Miranda

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This post currently has 10 responses.

  • Lauryn R

    Casio is such a Classic brand, I love their products! This definitely sounds like an awesome keyboard, especially for learning how to play! 🙂 Thank you so much for sharing!

  • Christina G.

    Wow, I’m so impressed that you arrange a concert for nursing homes. What a great thing to do. Thanks for posting!

  • gala

    That’s a great alternative to a classical piano, also it’s amazing that being a mom of 5 you even have time to arrange a concert.

  • Michelle S

    We have an electronic keyboard for our daughter’s lessons. No room for a real piano and this one works well. I’m a big fan of these.

  • Dandi D

    I would love for my son to start learning piano, so this keyboard would be really nice to have!

  • Lynda Cook

    These are so awesome, I love the compact size of them as well and they are perfect for anyone learning as well!!

  • I love sharing music with children. They seem to learn better. Mine is taking piano lessons. This would be good for her.

  • Carole Dube

    What a nice keyboard, I always wanted to learn. What a great thing to do arrange a concert for nursing homes. When my children were in Kindergarten they went to a nursing home and sang Christmas Carrols at a nursing home. I was a volunteer and you should have seen how happy they were. It was priceless.

  • Laurie P

    That’s some keyboard! They sure have come a long way since I had one as a kid!

  • Deb E

    I have an older Casio keyboard but your features on this new one are very cool. I love the white version and bet it sounds great.

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