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Roland release the new HPi-6F & HPi-7F Digital Upright Pianos
Roland releases the long-awaited HPi series of Digital Upright Pianos that are expected to set the new standard for interactive learning and pro performance.
Using the same technology found in the award-winning V-Piano, the new HPi-6F and HPi-7F Pianos feature the realistic and amazing SuperNATURAL Piano sound.
The HPi Pianos also feature Roland's PHA III 'Ivory Feel' keys and a host of interactive DigiScore training programs.
The PHA III keys faithfully reproduce the escapement 'click feel' of an acoustic grand-piano action.
A large flat-screen LCD is built right in to the music rest of each piano, providing digital sheet music and a variety of visual skill-building exercises.
Students will enjoy the HPi's friendly, interactive DigiScore games, which provide a fresh, innovative way to learn on your own.
The HPi Pianos are ideal for students, teachers and beginners who are looking to improve their playing skills using the latest in interactive-tuition technology.
The HPi-6F features a 7" LCD Screen, whereas the HPi-7F boasts a slightly larger screen at 10.4".
The HPi-7F also features a Mic Input with Vocal Harmony effect.
Finished in a beautiful wood cabinet, the Roland HPi series are available in either Satin Black or Rosewood finishes.Posted on 1 Sep 2010 13:23 to category : Instruments News
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