Availability: Discontinued, replaced by PX360
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Casio PX350 Reviews
1) “Price was good and service was clear and courteous”
Your advice and the information in your web book was very helpful indeed in helping us to sort out the best electronic piano for our son’s birthday. We eventually decided on a Casio Privia PX-350 – which we bought from your shop at UK Pianos. Price was good and service was clear and courteous.
Unfortunately the Piano was a long time arriving, but this seemed to mainly be down to Casio distribution problems with the PX-350 – which was a newley released model. Goods were well packaged and exactly as described when delivered. We have had the Casio about a month now and are very pleased with it indeed. My son loves playing the instrument – it sounds great and is a really good compromise between portability, a quality sound and some electronic bells and whistles which he really enjoys improvising with.
The only constructive critisism that I can give is: I had explained when I ordered it that I needed delivery within a week because it was a special present for a birthday, therefore, I would have appreciated some regular follow up email advice that delivery would be late because of Casio supply problems and a realistic estimate of when it would be delivered. It is not a serious complaint, because I think the overall experience was good and I understand that as a retailer you are not able to do much if the manufacturer hasn’t built enough of the machines to meet the demand!
Your unbiased and practical advice was a real help and a factor in choosing to purchase from UK Pianos – keep up the good work!
Review by Mike Whitfield
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“What are your thoughts on the Casio PX350?”
Hi Graham, I am currently just about done with the grade 1 piano lesson I am taking. I am using a cheap Casio CTK-3200 just to get started and didn’t want to spend a lot of money on a keyboard until I was sure I liked playing and of course I love it!.
I am looking to upgrade the keyboard and have been thinking about the Casio Privia px-350. Not too expensive and seems to have great sounds,what r your thoughts?
I plan on playing the piano for fun and who knows where that will lead.
Reply/ Hi Derek
The Casio PX350 is certainly a lot better than
the keyboard you currently have.
And it will take you through two or three more
piano grades before you need to upgrade again.
But it’s still rather limited.
The main thing that’ll hinder you is the key touch…
It’s only medium-weighted.
Now, this might not matter so much when you’re
in the early stages of learning, but it’s vital
your piano has a fully-weighted key touch if
you want to progress past grade 4.
There’s 3 piano I recommend for you that
are a lot better than the Casio:
Take a look at each of those and let me
know if you have any more questions.
“Casio PX350 or Yamaha P105, which is best?”
Hi, Graham,just to say I found your book useful but still can’t decide which piano is best for me,and don’t need or won’t to rush into it.I am a beginning player,at first thought just wanted to learn keyboard but ater over a year of following a teach yourself course on a yamaha ez 200 keyboard,approx 30 minutes a day,I realise the piano is more like what I want to learn.I find it slow going but am sticking at it,and can play some beginning simple tunesover 1 octave,and am just starting with 2 hands, but realise as I am in a upstairs flat and it is not possable to have an acoustic piano a portable full size portable electric piano maybe the answer.I can’t decide between the Casio privia px 350 or the Yamaha p105.A lot of reviews say the casio has a much better feel than the Yamaha though I respect the Yamaha name more,and I get the idea from your booklet that reliability may be an issue with the Casio.I would appreciate highly your advice on this.Thanks for your help up to now,
Regards Mark Dean.
Reply/ Hi Mark
The Yamaha P105 is a better piano all-round than
the Casio PX350.
It has a firmer, more realistic key touch, and a
cleaner piano tone.
The Yamaha also has a much better resale value.
Also, the P105 is more reliable… we rarely get any
issues with it.
For anyone learning piano that needs something
small, lightweight and portable, I recommend the
Yamaha P105 as the best in its category.
The Yamaha is also £100 cheaper than the Casio!
Width: 1322 mm
Depth: 286 mm
Height: 135 mm (without stand)
Weight: 11.1 kg (without stand)
Weight: 21.6 kg (with stand)
Speakers: (2 x 8 watts)
Speaker Sizes: 13 cm/6 cm (rectangular) x2.5cm x 2
Tri Sensor Scaled Hammer Action II
Ebony and Ivory Keys
128 Note Polyphony
1 Pedal (sustain) – optional pedals available
Headphone connections x 2
3 Year Warranty