I received the Casio LK90 as a Christmas gift from my wife. She knew I was big into music and wanted to pursue learning to accompany my singing with a keyboard. I have since then given up learning the keyboard because of time constraints, but the Casio LK90 has turned into a major force of entertainment in my house because of the many features and fun my kids have with it.
First off, there are many, many instruments that the Casio LK90 faithfully reproduces. From guitars to whistles to hand clapping, the Casio LK90 has over 200 different sounds! Not only that, there are at least 100 different rhythms you can pick.
When I was dedicated to learning how to play, the Casio LK90 had features for me to use. I was surprised on how much detail was given to learning the keyboard. It has a feature that lets you know which finger to put where. If that isn't enough, the keyboard even lights up which key to push, this way you can associate the visual connection with your brain. We're not talking single keys, either. Entire chords will light up.
I really enjoy the song selection on the Casio LK90. Sure, there are the standards like old church hymns and children's nursery rhymes, but my kids actually enjoy Madonna's "Borderline" and "Heart and Soul" by Huey Lewis and the News. Who knew the 80s could make a melodic comeback with the kids?
If you want to dig even deeper, hook the keyboard up to the TV and do karaoke with it (it comes with a mic). Or layer your own tracks and save them to a flash drive. The Casio LK90 is perfect for anyone who is exploring their musical talents and wants to train on a versatile instrument. I highly recommend purchasing this for your budding musician.