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Roland VR-700 V-Combo keyboard 'covers every base on stage'
The musical instrument manufacturer explained that the Roland VR-700 V-Combo keyboard is especially aimed at gigging musicians, thanks to features such as built-in rhythms and backing track functionality.
"[With] a first-class array of essential ensemble sounds (grand piano, EP, strings, brass, synth leads, and more), the V-Combo melds an entire rig into one convenient instrument for easy transport and fast setup," the company said.
Roland made the instrument available to buy in March 2010.
The firm stated at the time that the all-in-one keyboard could also be used in places in worship, as well as rehearsal studios and for live stage performances.
Posted on 13 May 2010 11:18 to category : Instruments News
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