[NAMM] ROLI reveals Seaboard Rise 49
ROLI introduces the Seaboard RISE 49, a four-octave model of its Seaboard Rise controller.
Featuring a larger playing surface, the Rise 49 expands the family of Seaboard Rise controllers only four months after the launch of the two-octave RISE 25. The RISE 49 features the tactile silicone surface and the Five Dimensions of Touch from the Rise 25, while its four-octave range makes it a versatile instrument for the stage and the studio.
The Rise 49 will start shipping in late February, but it can already be preordered at www.roli.com. Its retails price is $1199 (£949, €1299).
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