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Roland and Karimoku Team Up for KF-10 Digital Piano
As if the sleek white oak body of the KF-10 didn't already inspire enough sophisticated splendour, Roland's acclaimed sound modelling invites a whole new dimension to your playing. Using Roland's classic superNATURAL sound modelling, the Kioyla KF-10 Digital Piano responds to even the most intricate details of your playing. Listening to the specific articulation of your playing, the KF-10 can embody the tone, response and feel of a traditional acoustic piano whilst providing all the modern day comforts of a hybrid digital piano. Taking into account the entire interaction between your hands and the piano's keys, the Kiyola KF-10 measures the entire stroke and the particular emphasis' accompanying it. An inbuilt Bluetooth receiver brings the power of convenience right into your hands. You can connect your iPhone or iPad to your piano so that you can play along to your favourite tracks or personalise your own tone to suit your style.
Just like any good piano, the tonal characteristics and layout of the KF-10 frame are vitally important factors. One often crucially overlooked feature however, is how a player interacts with their instruments in relation to their posture. The good folks at Roland believe that not only are the hands a crucial part of playing, but that the entire body is too. With a specially designed stool, you can experience complete comfort and support. A specially arched shape enhances your posture whilst a high-density foam cushion encourages complete endurance and a strain-free playing experience.
For more information on our range of digital piano's please visit our Piano and Keyboard product pages.
By Josh Hummerston
Posted on 30 May 2017 12:53 to category : Instruments News
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