Get the sound you want!


Getting just the sound you want is child‘s play with the CTK-6200. This keyboard supports 100 DSP effects and 100 user patterns for your own DSP variations, activation of 150 different Arpeggiator types at the touch of a button, creation and storage of 10 of your own user tones, and 32 registration memories for convenient saving of settings.


  • 61 piano-style keys

    Keyboard keys designed with a solid closed underside, just like genuine piano keyboards.

  • Touch response

    Enables dynamic playing by differing sound intensity and sound behaviour in response to the keystroke. A light, slow stroke sounds soft and gentle while a hard stroke sounds loud and powerful.

  • 48-note polyphony (max.)

    Number of voices (tones) that a musical instrument can generate at the same time. Polyphony reflects a digital instrument’s capability. This is particularly significant when playing on an advanced level, using the pedals or using several timbres at the same time.

  • Auto accompaniment with 200 rhythms

    Automatic accompaniment of the melody, which simplifies the left hand's part. A single button (CASIO Chord) or several buttons (Full Range Chord) can produce chords and control the harmonies of the “accompanying band”.

  • 700 tones

    The term tones indicates the different tones stored in the instrument.

  • AHL sound source

    AHL is the acronym for “Acoustic & Highly-compressed Large-waveform”, a technology for sound production developed by CASIO. This technology makes the realistic reproduction of acoustic instruments, especially piano sounds, possible.

  • Tone editor

  • 210 rhythms

    Rhythms serve as musical accompaniment to many pieces of music.

  • Rhythm editor

    With the help of this editor, existing rhythms can be adapted and modified.

  • Mixer

    This feature mixes single voices and adjusts balance and volume.

  • Sequencer (17 tracks x 5 songs)

    A sequencer allows you to record your own ideas and compositions on the instrument (MIDI). It is possible to record and edit several songs with up to 17 tracks per song, depending on the sequencer’s size, creating complex arrangements.

  • Layer

    This function layers two timbres, such as soft piano sounds combined with bowed string instruments, perfectly suited for ballads as well as slow and romantic songs.

  • Split

    Possibility of dividing the keyboard into two zones playing differing timbres, e. g. bass with your left hand and piano or vibraphone with your right hand when playing jazz or swing.

  • 100 DSP effects

    Digital signal processor; provides high-quality effects and sound shaping.

  • Reverb

    Digital Effect that puts reverberation on the timbre.

  • Chorus

    Digital effect used to double the timbre, making the sound more vibrant, broader and much livelier. This effect is used especially for digital piano or organ timbres.

  • Pitch bend wheel

    A wheel that is used for spontaneous and creative pitch modulation to play other timbres, such as wind and string instruments, more realistically.

  • Arpeggiator

    Breaks a compressed chord or separate notes into certain patterns and repeats these. A short, continuous and repetitive series of notes is created.

  • Registration setup (4 x 8)

    Storage for the instrument’s settings (in the keyboard context also called registration). This storage allows the musician to change between several presets quickly and easily, e. g while on stage.

  • Music presets

    Helps when playing well-known songs by allowing the musician to preset elements such as tempo, rhythm and timbre.

  • One Touch Presets

    Integrated presets that configure the instrument for playing popular genres– from the French chanson and the Viennese waltz to Latin and Samba.

  • Auto Harmonize

    Auto-harmonize automatically supplements harmonies to notes played by the right hand. This gives the melody more depth.

  • Scale function

    Tuning based on different scales allows the user to play other sequences of semitones and whole tones, which, for example, enables him to play in old ecclesiastical modes.

  • Fine tune control

    This feature allows the user to tune the keyboard to another instrument, such as an out of tune piano.

  • Transpose function

    The transpose function shifts the scale on the keyboard by a set interval, e.g. so that an F would be played with the C-key.

  • Octave shift

    This setting shifts the octaves on the keyboard to the more comfortable middle zone when playing pieces of music which require the musician to play on the very low or high zone of the keyboard.

  • General MIDI level 1

    A common standard that guarantees the use of different MIDI instruments and equipment without any problems or difficulties. This feature provides the opportunity to use standard MIDI files or other general MIDI devices together.

  • Pedal (1x)

    Port for connecting a regular pedal or simple footswitch.

  • Headphones (1x)

    Possibility to connect standard headphones. When headphones are connected, no sound will be released through the instrument’s speakers.

  • Line OUT (L/Mono, R)

    Audio output on line level to plug the instrument into other professional devices such as PA or mixer console.

  • Audio input

    Input for connecting an audio source, such as CD or MP3 player, via a stereo mini plug (mini headphone plug). The audio source will be audible through the instrument’s speakers, allowing you to play along.

  • USB interface (PC)

    Port for a USB cable to connect the instrument with a PC or Mac for the purpose of MIDI and/or data transfer.

  • SD memory card slot

    Slot for standard SD memory cards, allows for easy transfer of data between storage medium and instrument.

  • Speakers with 2x 6 Watt

  • LC display with backlit

  • Battery power supply possible

    Instead of plugging it in, the instrument can be operated with the correct battery.

  • Weight 5,7 kg

  • Including AC adaptor, music stand

KeysNumber, type61, Piano-Style
Touch response2 sensitivity levels, off
Polyphony (maximum)48
Sound sourceAHL (dual element)
TonesBuilt-in tones700
Stereo sampled piano tonesYes
User tones 10 (tone editor)
Drawbar Organ functionNumber of drawbars-
Preset Drawbar Organ tones-
User Drawbar Organ tones -
Rotary effect-
Digital effects Reverb10 types
Chorus5 types

100 presets, 100 user

RhythmsBuilt-in rhythms210
User rhythms10 (Rhythm Editor)
Accompaniment 5 types
ControllersStart/stop, intro, normal/fill-in, variation/fill-in, synchro/ending 
Pattern sequencer-
Rhythm editor Yes
Song sequencer17 tracks x 5 songs
Approximate capacity12,000 notes
Song controllerPlay/stop, fast forward/backward, pause, repeat
Metronome0, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 beats;
tempo rang: 30 to 255
Audio recording/playback-
Recording capacity-
Mixer32 channels 
Registration setups (presets x banks)32 (4 x 8)
Music Presets305
User presets50
One Touch Preset200
Auto Harmonize12 types
Arpeggiator150 types
Scale function17 preset scales
Scale fine tune± 99 cents
Scale memories-
Transpose± 2 octaves
Tuning controlA4 = 415.5 to 440.0 to 456.9Hz
Pitch Bend wheelPitch Bend range: 0 to 12 semitones
Modulation button-
Dial/data entry wheelYes
DisplayLCD with backlit
MIDI16 part multi timbral, GM level 1 standard
SD memory card slotSD or SDHC memory card, up to 32 GB
TerminalsPhones1 stereo standard jack
Line OUT2 (L / MONO, R), standard jack
Instrument IN-
Microphone IN-
Audio IN1 stereo mini jack
Pedal1 standard jack
USB portYes
SpeakersSize12 cm x 2 + 3 cm x 2
Bass-reflex SystemYes
Speaker on/off-
Amplifier2 x 6 W
Power supplyBatteries6 x size D
AC adaptorAD-A12150LW
Dimensions(W x D x H)948 x 384 x 122 mm
Weight5,7 kg
AccessoriesincludedAC adaptor (AD-A12150LW), music stand
optionalPedal SP-3, SP-20

Availability of models and/or lineups may differ depending on the country or region.

Technical amendments and errors excepted.