Casio PMP-500 Manual?

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    Dear Keyboard Forums Readers,

    I pulled my old Casio PMP-500 keyboard from 1989 out of storage from the parents basement the other day. This was back from my early band days and now I have a 15 year old son who totally digs it. Kinda cool, huh?! He is a HUGE Star Wars fan and has taught himself the theme song to The Force Awakens Does anyone in the world have access to a manual for a Casio PMP-500 keyboard (or the PMP family of keyboards)? There are features that require a bit of guidance to maximize the use of the keyboard and that was wayyyyyyyyyy too long ago for me to remember today.

    Any help for links or PDF's would be greatly appreciated!

    Thanks Keyboard Forum Readers!
     
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    Here a an image from the Casio Marketing to jog your memory.
     

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    There's a few vintage casio afficionados over there.

    Gary ;)[/QUOTE]
    Thank you Gary! I just posted.
     
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    happyrat1 Destroyer of Eardrums!!!

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    You're very welcome.

    Gary ;)
     
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