Casio Horn Repair Shops
We stock a wide range of spare parts for Yamaha keyboards and Clavinova digital pianos. If you need rubber contacts, replacement keys or felts then look no further. If you cannot find the part you are looking for message us with your model number and description of the part and we will try and trace it for you. We Fix, Repair, or Buy any Casio DH-100, DH-200 MIDI Horn or Accessories. If you are looking to purchase a quality used Casio DH-100 or DH-200 MIDI Digital Horn or have one that needs to be repaired- you have come to the right place! You can play piano pieces, record performances and add tones to many of these Casio piano keyboards. Musical Instrument Digital Interface (MIDI) is a major component of these keyboards, making them very complex electronic musical instruments. Fortunately, there are some tips to troubleshoot your Casio piano keyboard if it starts to have problems.
Casio Digital Horn Repair
In 1979, Casio announced that it would enter the electronic musical instruments business, further expanding beyond calculators and timepieces. In January 1980, the company released the Casiotone electronic keyboard, which was designed to be so easy and fun to play that anyone could learn it without any special training or rigorous practice. The objective of the Casiotone was not to create a keyboard with the typical electronic sound, but rather with tones that reproduced the sounds of the piano, organ, and guitar. The economic growth at that time in Japan had created a cultural mood characterized by a shift away from material toward spiritual pursuits, and the Casiotone was instantly accepted by the market as a fun new way to enjoy music.