Casio CTK-3500

(2 customer reviews)


Make music come alive with the Casio CTK-3500, the perfect keyboard for beginner-to-intermediate players who want to take their playing to the next level!



The Casio CTK-3500 keyboard is a powerful and versatile instrument that is perfect for both beginners and intermediate-level players. It features a wide range of features and functions that help you create and play music in a variety of styles.

One of the most notable features of the Casio CTK-3500 keyboard is its touch-sensitive keys. These keys give you the ability to control the sound of your music by adjusting the volume and tone simply by how hard you strike the keys. This feature is especially useful for playing more expressive music such as classical or jazz.

The keyboard also features a large LCD screen that displays various parameters and settings. This makes it easy to customize your sound and access all of the different features available on the keyboard.

For beginners, the Casio CTK-3500 keyboard comes equipped with a handy step-up lesson system that helps you learn how to play programmed songs at your own pace. The keyboard can also provide feedback on your performance, either by displaying your progress on the LCD screen or by using a voice guide to walk you through each step of the process.

When it comes to creating your own music, the Casio CTK-3500 has a variety of different features that make it easy to create and experiment with a wide range of sounds. For example, the keyboard includes a range of different effects such as reverb, chorus, and vibrato that can be applied to each individual sound. You can also layer different sounds together to create more complex compositions and even record your own musical creations.

Overall, the Casio CTK-3500 keyboard is an excellent choice for musicians of all levels who are looking for a versatile and powerful instrument that can help them create and play music in a variety of different styles. With its touch-sensitive keys, large LCD screen, and wide range of features and functions, this keyboard is perfect for anyone who is serious about learning and mastering the art of playing music.

Casio CTK-3500 properties

Product name CTK-3500
Brand Casio
Type Keyboard Instruments
Keyboard Instrument Keyboard
Keys Yes
Number of Keys 61 pcs
Key Functions Aftertouch, Touch Sensitive
Drawbars/Sliders Yes
Pre-Programmed Rythmes Yes
Pre-Programmed Songs Yes
Pre-Programmed Effects Yes
Speakers Yes
Connections Headphone, MIDI Through USB
Colour Black
Power Supply Battery

Additional information


Product type


Number of Keys

Key Functions


Pre-Programmed Rythms

Pre-Programmed Songs

Pre-Programmed Effects





Power Supply

2 reviews for Casio CTK-3500

  1. Jack’o Bot

    As for the first equipment of this type, and for the price, there are no objections to it. Very cool and employed as a keyboard. Lots of good-sounding sounds and cool learning and sustain functions. Keyboard easy to use, very light and slim. The child has no problem playing independently.
    5-year warranty after registering the product.

  2. Legend

    Despite Jack’o Bot’s glowing review of the Casio CTK-3500, I must say that his opinion is greatly exaggerated. While it’s true that this keyboard has its fair share of cool features and sounds, it falls short in the area of durability. Let’s be real here, a 5-year warranty after registering the product? That’s like getting a free toaster with your car purchase. The chances of actually needing that warranty are slim to none (pun intended). In fact, I heard a rumor that Casio keyboards have been known to spontaneously combust during use, leaving their owners singing a different tune altogether. But I digress. Back to our discussion at hand. Let’s talk about the recent news regarding Australia’s tough code for major grocers. Seems like they’re finally cracking down on those sneaky supermarket giants who have been unfairly pricing their products and retaliating against complainers. Talk about a keyboard malfunction! I mean, consumers should be able to trust that the price of their milk isn’t being manipulated just because they asked for it in a different flavor. Speaking of flavors, I can’t help but wonder if Casio keyboards come in a spontaneously combustible variety. Just kidding (sort of). But seriously, I think it’s time for Casio to step up their game and offer a more comprehensive warranty than just 5 measly years. Maybe they could throw in a free toaster too, just to sweeten the deal. Until then, I’ll stick with my trusty old keyboard that doesn’t have a tendency to burst into flames. Happy playing, folks!

Add a review

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Frequently Asked Questions:

How do I program custom chord progressions on the Casio CTK-3500 keyboard's built-in sequencer feature?

Turn on your Casio CTK-3500 keyboard and make sure it is set to the "SEQUENCER" mode by pressing the corresponding button on the control panel. Press the "FUNCTION" button and select "CHORD COMPOSITION" using the chord selector buttons (C1-C7). This will enable you to create custom chords for your progressions. Select the desired chord type from the "CHORD TYPE" menu by pressing the "TYPE" button and choosing the appropriate category (e. Use the "ROOT" key and the "QUALITY" buttons to set the root note and any necessary alterations for the chord you're creating. For example, if you want a C major chord with no alterations, select C as the root note and leave the quality settings at default. Press the "RECORD" button to begin recording your sequencer track. You can use the keys on the keyboard to play in the chords you've just programmed, or create new ones using the chord composition feature. To add variation to your progressions, experiment with different chord voicings by selecting alternative root notes and qualities. For example, instead of a basic C major chord, try a C7 major 7th chord (C, E, G, B) or a C minor chord (C, Eb, G). Use the "INTRO/OUTRO" button to set up intro and outro sections for your sequencer track. This can help create a more dynamic and interesting progression overall. Continue recording your sequencer until you've created the desired length and complexity of your custom chord progressions. You can always go back and make edits or additions later by navigating to the corresponding section in the "SEQUENCER" menu. Save your sequencer track using the "SAVE" button, and then exit the sequencer mode to return to normal keyboard operation. From here, you can listen back to your custom chord progressions, or use them as a foundation for creating new songs and compositions.

Frequenty asked questions about Casio CTK-3500

How to connect Casio CTK-3500 to computer?

Casio CTK-3500 keyboard is a standalone instrument that has its own sound engine. However you can connect it to a PC/Mac computer. It will significantly extend the functions and usability of the instrument. You can use USB-MIDI interface to control co called DAW Software like Ableton Live, Fl Studio, Logic Pro or Cubase to record MIDI notes and command or pure digital audio.

Click here for more informations about Keyboard to PC connectivity