Foldable Portable Piano

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It's never too early for musicians to hit the road. Okay, maybe you don't want your toddlers piling into their wagon on a mission to hit every arena in the country. But if your teens or even some playful young adults are interested in making music without being tied to a heavy instrument, tempt their artistic side with this Portable Piano. This generously sized keyboard comes with a songbook filled with classics like Twinkle Twinkle Little Star, Jingle Bells, and Happy Birthday, all of which can be skillfully executed using the included 49 keys. The piano rolls out when you're ready to play, then rolls back up and tucks into your backpack or tote bag when it's time to head out for dinner or your next gig. Features like a play-by-color guide, multiple demo songs, and the ability to record your genius make this portable piano a must-have for any aspiring musician eager to improve their fingerwork and showcase their talent for all to hear. This playful present is perfect for anyone, young or old, who wants to learn the piano without committing to a full-sized version. All you have to do is wrap it up, hand it over, and try to enjoy mangled versions of Mary Had a Little Lamb as your loved one slowly transforms into Liberace. KEY FEATURES: Play-By Color song booklet Multiple Keyboard Tones Multiple Demo Songs Echo/Sustain Record & Playback Built In Speaker w/auxiliary capabilities(headphones or external speaker) Powered by USB (cord included!) OR batteries Completely portable - take it with you and play ANYWHERE! Power saving mode activates when not in use Realistic Sounds PRODUCT INFO: Keyboard Size (open): 27.75"x5"x.25" Control Panel Size: 3.25"x6"x1" Rolls up into a box sized: 6.25"x8.5"x3.25" Materials: Silicone, plastic Batteries: 4x AAA (not included) INCLUDES: 1-Piano with attached control panel/speaker 1-41" USB power cord (wall plug not included) 1-User Manual 1-Song booklet Notes for usage: Due to the soft silicone that the keyboard is made of, there are times when compound sounds are produced due to cross-feedback or vibrations registering on adjacent keys. This is normal for such devices and is not indicate a faulty or malfunctioning product.

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