Roland announces details of four new digital pianos

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Leading manufacturer and distributor of electronic musical instruments, Roland, has announced details of four new digital pianos.

Launched on 14 September 2017, the pianos include the following features:

FP-60 Digital Piano – a streamlined piano with premium sound and built-in speakers for home and stage. The FP-60 features Roland’s advanced piano technologies plus an onboard audio system with ample projection for performing in small venues. Many non-piano sounds are included plus Bluetooth® audio/MIDI support for working with Roland’s Piano Partner 2 and other music apps on a smartphone or tablet. Offering top-level piano performance and easy portability in a streamlined design, the affordable FP-60 is ideal for home playing, stage performing and music education settings.

RP-102 Digital Piano – authentic piano performance and Bluetooth connectivity for playing and practising with mobile apps. Featuring advanced technologies derived from Roland’s premium pianos, the RP102 offers best-in-class sound and touch in a compact design. And with modern Bluetooth® connectivity built in, users can wirelessly connect with a smartphone or tablet to enhance learning via Roland’s Piano Partner 2 and other music apps. The RP-102 is ideal as a first piano for the home and also a good fit for lesson studios, practice rooms and other music education settings.

Roland’s HP-603A Digital Piano
Roland’s HP-603A Digital Piano

HP-601 and HP-603A Digital Pianos – all-new HP601 model and refreshed HP603A model with Bluetooth audio support. Roland’s HP series allows anyone to bring the sound and performance of a concert-class piano into their living, teaching or recital space – with a range of cabinet colour choices to suit modern lifestyles. The all-new HP601 is the most affordable model in the series, featuring integrated Bluetooth® audio/MIDI connectivity and premium piano action. Based on the current HP603 model, the HP603A offers extended functionality with support for Bluetooth audio along with Bluetooth MIDI, enabling wireless music streaming from smartphones and tablets through the piano’s onboard speaker system.


Header photo: Roland’s FP-60 Digital Piano

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