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Post by toolfan on Mon Apr 20, 2009 5:29 pm

So I found an old Casio keyboard in my basement that my sister had when she took lessons when she was younger. I was wondering if this is a good model for a beginner. It looks pretty terrible but its better then nothing and I foolishly spent my last $300 on an XBox 360 haha. I am a very broke university student. Anybody have any input?

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Post by Admin Andrew on Mon Apr 20, 2009 5:57 pm

Smile the bottom line is if you want to learn, you can always find a way to let it happen. Smile just because you don't have an amazing keyboard right now, you can still learn things about music and such without being able to play on one. also many churches have a piano that you can usually practise on. Smile the keyboard should be ok for the first 2 months

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