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Roland Unveil New Piano Range
The new range comprises of five new models;
Roland F-140R – a piano designed for premium performance in compact spaces, Roland HP603 – a compact piano with concert-class sound, Roland HP605 – premium home piano with concert-class sound, Roland LX-7 – A sophisticated upright piano, and the Roland LX-17 – Roland’s new flagship upright piano.
Each piano features Roland’s classic SuperNATURAL sound, delivering rich, authentic tones associated with acoustic pianos and is coupled with progressive hammer action – a feature designed to maximise the tonal qualities of the piano’s SuperNATURAL sound engine.
The SuperNATURAL engine and progressive hammer action is even more comprehensive on the HP603, HP605, LX-7, LX-17 – using modelling technology for an even more detailed sound along with a wood appearance and feel but with the durability of modern materials.
The new line of pianos also boast Bluetooth connectivity so the pianos can be connected to a smartphone or tablet to use with the Roland apps and allow you to turn sheet music wirelessly.
Furthermore, each piano has 3D headphone ambience designed to give a greater listening experience while using headphones. Numerous finishes are available on each respective piano.
By Michael Storey
Posted on 4 Aug 2015 09:43 to category : Instruments News
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