Casiotone 610 Synthesizer, best known for the great organ sounds it can produce, the real stereo chorus widens the sound up nicely, sounds huge through a large reverb. The electric piano sounds are nice as well.
Very heavy and sturdy build quality. On board drum accompany can be fun too.
The built-in speakers do get quite loud, suitable for smaller performances and jams, when this originally came out, it was marketed as a performance and "professional" bit of kit.
Has 61 full size keys. Condition is that everything functions, for something this old, it does have a few scuffs here and there, but nothing that affects the functions.
1981 Casio Casiotone 610
Year Released: 1981
Keyboard: 61 keys
ROM: 20 sounds, 12 rhythms
Effects: stereo chorus, sustain
Power Consumption: 23 watts
Dimensions: 936 mm x 322 mm x 116 mm
Weight: 10.5 kg
This keyboard has built-in 6-watt stereo speaker(s).