Casio AP420 Celviano Piano Review

The Casio AP420 Celviano piano has many features that you will find appealing. For one, it offers authentic grand piano tones such as Fortissimo and Pianissimo without having to make any abrupt changes to these sounds during transitions. Another thing is that the note and touch replay behavior associated with scaled hammer action keyboards is improved.

This is a well-made and dependable piano. It is easy to assemble it and the joints are perfectly rigid. This piano is also available in black finish, which many people find to be more appealing than the common brown finish. This piano’s front legs give it a more classic appearance.


The keys of the Casio AP420 have quiet action and the three pedals offer the right feel. The buttons that allow you to switch from normal to electric piano sound are within good reach and you therefore do not have to read the letters above them.

The Casio AP420 digital piano has sixteen built in tones and can split the keyboard or layer 2 sounds to allow for a bass sound in the left hand. You can use the built-in SD card slot of this piano for loading and saving song files. This piano also features a dual 20-watt speaker system for perfect sound.

This is a source of sound that is newly developed and provides authentic grand piano tones from Fortissimo to Pianissimo without causing changes to the sound as the transition takes place.


  • 88 keys
  • 3 sensitivity levels
  • Linear morphing system, four level stereo samples
  • 16 tones
  • Polyphony
  • Automatic resonance
  • Registration memory
  • 60 preset songs
  • 2 headphones
  • Scorebook
  • Music stand
  • SD memory card slot, USB terminal, line out


Dimensions: 58.5 x 20.5 x 22.8 inches

Weight: 130 Pounds

Model number: AP420



1. Ease of use

This piano is easy to use and you can know all about it by reading the manual. It is also easy to use it with other products.

2. Great Sound

The range of tones that a person using this piano can produce with various touches is satisfying. The bass notes have a nice boom effect.

3. Fantastic design

This piano is refined to suit the needs of the people demanding a grand piano experience. This piano has stereo grand piano sounds that an ivory touch keyboard. The four-layer stereo grand piano sound offers an expressive, dynamic and natural piano experience.


What users have to say about the Casio AP420 Celviano Digital Piano?

Users like the sliding keyboard cover and its faux front legs that make it appear like a piece of furniture. Other likeable features include the solid pedal board and the height-adjustable bench. Most users also like the adjustable reverb, pedal’s support and sound layering among others. The sound quality is too good and all notes are clearly audible. The reading manual is also like by many people as it provides guidance regarding piano music to new users and players.