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Roland RD-300NX digital piano 'comes with an affordable price-tag'
The instrument was one of a number of products launched by the company at the recent NAMM show, reports MI-Pro.
"[It] features Roland's proprietary Super Natural sound engine from the flagship RD-700NX, but at a more affordable price and at a lighter weight," the online publication explained.
The RD-300NX digital piano comes with a feature known as Sound Focus, which makes sure every note in the mix is heard properly without compression.
Meanwhile, the One Touch Piano user interface offers musicians an intuitive experience and the graphic LED screen makes it simple to control the hundreds of built-in sounds included with the instrument.
An RPU-3 triple-pedal unit is also available as an optional extra for individuals who decide to purchase the Roland digital piano, which includes a newly-designed Ivory Feel-G keyboard as one of its attractive features.
The Roland RD-300NX digital piano has a recommended retail price of Â£1,569, but is currently available at a discounted cost through Gear4Music.
People who purchase the instrument through the website can pick it up for Â£1,335 at the moment.
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