[NAMM] Roland FR-1 Accordion
Roland announced the new FR-1 V-Accordion that weighs twelve pounds and can simulate up to seven different distinct accordions, access four different organ presets with rotary effect, and play along with a variety of beats by adding drum sounds to the bass and chord buttons.
Plug directly into an external sound source like the MOBILE CUBE Battery Powered Stereo Amplifier or R-09HR Digital Recorder, or use the headphone output for silent practice.
With six different inlay sheets, owners can customize the appearance of the FR-1 to suit their own personal style. Players can even create their own custom design inlays using their computer and printer.
Availability & Pricing
The new FR-1 V-Accordion will be available in both piano (FR-1) and button (FR-1b) types.
No pricing info yet.
For more information, and a picture check out the product page.
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