win a Casio CT-S100

Like many music lovers, I have been a huge fan of Casio keyboards, and I am incredibly impressed with what Casio has achieved in terms of build quality, sound, and affordability. If you have just started your musical journey, choosing an ideal instrument is only the beginning. The next challenge is learning how to play. Casio has a range of keyboards perfect for any level of player. We have been posting many review articles about musical instruments on the blog, including reviews of Casio keyboards. And now you have a chance to win one if you enter this contest.

First, let’s peek at the prizes in play

The Casio Casiotone CT-S100 is all about making music fun, and that’s the best way to learn. This is a small and portable piano-style keyboard with a simple and easy-to-use interface. The slim and stylish design makes it a top choice for kids and adults alike who are trying to learn the piano. Featuring 122 built-in tones, 61 piano-style keys, 32 polyphony, 61 built-in rhythms, digital effects, as well as audio inputs, an integrated metronome, and powerful speakers for rich sound, this is a perfect keyboard for beginners.

win a Casio CT-S100

The Casio CDP-S350 is an electronic keyboard that features 88 hammer-action keys with simulated ivory and ebony key surfaces. With 700 built-in tones, 200 rhythms, and a collection of songwriting tools, the CDP-S350 is the best electric keyboard with a realistic piano-feel and beautiful looks. This digital piano can be played and enjoyed in a variety of spaces that cover a whole world of musical styles. It has plenty of features to hone your rhythm chops and be ready for the next jam session.

Casio Keyboards are the best playable and portable pianos

Last year (2020) was unlike the years that came before. We all faced new challenges. For me, those included starting a new job at Best Buy and learning how to run contests like this one. But now as we enter a new year, I am thankful to get a chance for us to learn more from this beautiful life and reach the goals set at some point in time. One of my long-term goals is to learn guitar. If you want to learn to play a new instrument, then this year might be the perfect time.

If taking up piano lessons is on your bucket list, Casio has a keyboard with some of the most cutting-edge features for you to consider. Some of the Casio keyboards also include a selection of freely downloadable resources designed by leading music educators to encourage progress and keep you motivated. What’s more, they are slim, stylish, and have a beautiful sound.

So, what are you waiting for? Enter the contest to win one of these incredible prizes and celebrate the musician’s journey from home to online studio through to performing your music on-stage—virtually perhaps, or eventually in front of a live audience.

How to enter

Entering this contest is easy, but you can only enter once below this article. In a comment, tell us who in your home is most likely to start learning a new instrument this year and what instrument will it be: a piano like the great Casio ones we are giving away, or a different instrument?.

What you can win

At the end of this contest we will select two (2) winners: one will receive the Casio 61-Key Electric Keyboard (CT-S100); the other will receive the Casio 88-Key Weighted Hammer Action Digital Piano (CDP-S350).

This contest runs from Jan 15th until Jan 29th.

Remember, you can enter only once below this article for these keyboards. However, share this contest with your family and friends just like you share the music you love, so they too have the chance to win.

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Good Luck!

1323 COMMENTS

  1. It would be me !!! I started to learn but had to give the keyboard back to the person I borrowed it from. So now I have a subscription to learn piano but no piano to play with !!!

  2. My son just started playing guitar and he didn’t like it that much. We want to try to hook him up with piano but it costs too much. We can afford it if he won’t stick around with it. It would be nice to have this piano. Thanks.

  3. My kids would love either one of these casio pianos everytime we would visit my sister in law they’d play their hearts out

  4. I would be the most likely to learn a new instrument in my family. I have wanted to try to possibly learn to play the piano on a digital keyboard for the last year or so. A keyboard like this (the $350 one weighted keys) would be a great prize for me to win since I have been thinking about getting one for a while but haven’t been able to.

  5. My Neice and Nephew..I would love for them to learn to play the piano ..In their spare time.I would be so stoked to win this.

  6. I am the aspiring musician, a beginner. The portability of the Casio CT S-100 would suit me perfectly so that I can play it wherever and whenever I please.

  7. I used to play piano at a young age then gave it up but now that I am retired would love to learn it again on the beautiful CDP-S350 Keyboard

  8. The most likely person in my household to begin playing would be my girlfriend. She loves the piano. Either of the Casio piano’s would be perfect, but the Casio CDP-S350 is probably the right one!

    • I would love to learn to play the Casio CDP-S350 piano along side my son! To spend valuable time together as we are on lock down here.

  9. My daughter has talked about how nice it would be to play the piano after going to a friends house that knows how to play.

  10. My daughter and my nephew would be the most likely to learn to play the piano. They would love to have any of these two Casio pianos. Nobody on my family took an interest in music until I started to learn piano and guitar. Now I’d love to pass this knowledge to the next generation of musicians since they were already showing a lot of interest on learning. Unfortunately the studio where I played the piano is closed due to the pandemic.

  11. This prize is fantastic and I’d love to win, but my son would be the most likely to learn a new instrument and he’s bought a guitar. Thanks for the chance to win!

  12. The family member most likely to try and learn a new musical instrument would be myself. Which instrument is up for debate, whatcha got? Kalimba? Mandolin? Piano sure

  13. I would love my granddaughters to learn an instrument, It would be of their chosing, perhaps a guitar or a piano. A piano would make a good basic for any other musical instrument

  14. My 6 year old son would be the person learning piano this year. The Casio 88-Key Weighted Hammer Action Digital Piano (CDP-S350) would be perfect for him

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