Presently I use one of the outputs intended for other instruments to plug in a pair of stereo headphones while playing by ear. I thought when the photo of the Casio showed the headphone, stand and other accessories at the $400 less than regular price, they were actually included. My assumption. Choosing each 4 "instrument sounds" as an upper tone 1 and 2, lower tone 1 and 2 and hearing them as I play is exciting and easy to do. I think it has to make the adjustment to add the next sound which is probably why it takes a minute or two. If you have the imagination or want to create or even teach, this will keep you busy for the rest of your life. My first biggest surprise was that the back half of my Casio is close to a deep Royal BLUE. As it sits on the table of one of my industrial sewing machines (without the machine head) since I didn't know I had to purchase a stand, all I can think of now is how can I make the music room sound proof or when can I afford noise cancellation headphones. I'm glad I bought it because playing the much higher treble notes and much lower bass notes allows me to come out of "retirement" , get serious again and do something before my next birthday.
Making it count