At A Glance
Celviano AL-100R Special Features
The AL-100R comes with many special features that will bring musical enjoyment to your home and make learning easier.
With a choice of 100 accompaniment patters, you'll always find a background to suit your mood. Several of the patterns are piano-based, allowing you to sound like a pro utilizing as few as 2 fingers.
- Accompaniment Mode
Players of varying skills will enjoy the benefit of a choice of FULL RANGE, FINGERED, or CASIO CHORD modes.
- One-Touch Preset
With the touch of a button the right-hand instrument, tempo, effects, harmonies and more are all automatically selected, awaiting your performance.
- Song Sequencer (17 Tracks)
Record your performances, lessons, compositions, phrases and more for future playback. Store up to 10 songs in internal memory and an many more on floppy disk or external PC.
- Large Backlit LCD (Musical Information System)
Easy-to-read display panel shows current piano setup, fingerings, chords, dynamics, etc., providing a wealth of information about the keyboard's many functions.
- Song Controller
Just like the controls of a CD player, PLAY/PAUSE, STOP, REWIND and FAST-FORWARD provide you with control of the internal music library or MIDI file on floppy disk.
- Music Library
For practice or simply for your listening enjoyment, 80 tunes are provided. An accompanying song book is also dedicated.
Advanced Lesson System
Select the lesson that matches your skill level and play along with either Music Library tunes or those imported from a floppy disk, advancing at your own pace.
This easy-to-follow feature can be used with any Arrangement or Lesson Part.
Step1... Master the timing of melody. Simply press any key and the correct melody will play. Step 1 allows you to first concentrate on the tune's timing before moving on to the next level.
Step 2... Play at your own pace. Melody play waits for you to press the correct key before continuing on. This allows you to practice playing the correct notes at your own pace.
Step 3... Play at the preset tempo. This is the step where you master real keyboard play. Now the keys light and the melody plays at normal speed without waiting. Take center stage with your virtuous piano performance.
Practice that which you need most - right hand, left hand or both as the "Lesson Part."