Synth Site: Casio: CTK 750: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.2 out of 5
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Peter P. Balthasar a part-time user from Garland, Texas, USA writes:
CTK750: The guitar sound "024 gut guitar" and Magical Preset "091 Ensemble 2" are outstanding. I attempted to transfer these sounds to my WK-1800 via a midi cable. I cannot understand the instructions. Is there any help to do this? Can I buy a floppy disk with these two tones?

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Thursday-Jan-25-2001 at 14:02
Jerry Crawford from USA writes:
When I first got my CTK-750, I had a great time just playing the piano and organ sounds. They were so realistic sounding even on the built-in speakers. Of course, I had to try out all the other sounds, too - some good, some not so.

Then, I was asked to play at a pot luck dinner in our mobile home park. Man, when I plugged that little keyboard into the sound system of the rec hall, what a surprise! The sound on alsmost everything was terrific. (Except the saxes).

My greatest frustration now is how to use all the possible combinations of tones, touch responses, splits, layers, digital effects, etc. to get the realistic sounds of the instruments prominent in music of the '30s to '50s. The manual that came with the keyboard does a pretty good job explaining each individual effect, but combining them properly is an awesome task.

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Friday-Sep-01-2000 at 00:18
giovanni alexi a hobbyist user from usa writes:
I had one I traded a fatar 610plus midi controller for.It was a great keyboard.32 note poly,6 track seq.,GM,and a removable keyboard action I could change out for a more advanced action.

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Saturday-Aug-26-2000 at 15:16
jayen a part time user from USA writes:
well, the review on your site doesnt do justice to the synth. its a pretty decent suntesizer, with 32 polyphony and has excellent backup arrangement patterns in fact comparable to Korg's "i" series. I have owned the keyboard for 3 years now. i own a roland xp-50 and a korg trinity plus too. But still when it comes to doing one man show in front of audiences who request for songs which u havent already recored using a sequences or in other word for real time performances the ctk 750 RULZ. The only disadvantage i can think of is that it has only the 128 general MIDI sounds , but it also has 127 accompaniment patterns which are nothing short of an amateur musicians dream.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-05-1998 at 23:36
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