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Alesis Coda 88-key Digital Piano Keyboard


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Alesis Coda 88-key Digital Piano Keyboard


Alesis Coda 88-key Digital Piano

A fantastic Piano for the Home, Stage, or Recording Studio.

Alesis' Coda 88 key keyboard is a great instrument for complete beginners to professional musicians. Two headphone jacks allow a great connection for music lessons. This is a very portable keyboard that can serve many applications.

Church musicians, club gigs, recording applications are all served well with this Coda 88. USe the USB connection to record right into your computer. The Coda comes with a on board metronome and fifty different accompaniment styles. There are twenty voices built right into this instrument to choose from. Pianos, organs, EP's etc.

Alesis Coda 88-key Keyboard Features and Benefits:

    88 key keyboard
    20 built in voices with split and layering functions
    60 songs you can play along with
    Record mode to save performances
    Duet mode with fifty accompaniment patterns in various genres
    AIR and SONiVOX Sounds built in with fantastic clarity
    Lesson mode so two people (instructor & student) can use the same instrument
    Built-in effetcs including EQ, Reverb, and Chorus FX
    Transpose feature for easy movement to different keys
    Metronome built in for easy practice
    USB MIDI and MIDI DIN quickly connects to computers
    Dual 1/4" headphone connections for 1 or 2 to listen in
    Stereo 1/4" auxiliary  inputs
    Sustain pedal included

Technical Specifications:
Polyphony     64 Notes
Number of Effects     15
Effects Types     Reverb, Chorus, EQ
Built-in Speakers     Yes
Audio Inputs     1 x 1/4" TRS
Audio Outputs     2 x 1/4" (headphone), 1 x 1/4" (aux out)
USB     Type USB-B
MIDI I/O     Out/USB
Height     5.5"
Width     53.5"
Depth     14"
Weight     24 lbs.
Number of Pedals     1

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Manufacturer Alesis

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