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Roland FR-7B
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Roland FR-7B

Accordeon from Roland belonging to the FR series.

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Koko_le_koala_fou Koko_le_koala_fou
Publié le 07/27/07 à 13:05
- How long have you use it?

Around 6 months

- What is so special that you love the most,

The huge database of sounds, as the orchestral sounds of accordion, and the quality of these: 40 sets of 12 registers accordion right hand, left hand and 8, accompanied by a score of instrumental sounds right hand and bass and orchestral arrangements.

The possibility of playing orchestral sounds along the accordion, or only when two plaque notes ... The possibilities are varied and endless.

The reverb is also very nice because it allows you to add a lot of heat and power to a piece

The price of course: find me an accordion of this caliber at this price!

The pedal: very useful for controlling the records quickly.

- The least?

Battery: a battery life of 8 hours is, but you can not really know how quickly we still without going through menus 5. Except 5 minutes before the extinction of the accordion ...

The records left hand, not always easy to change (switch to chromatic orchestral bass is a real ordeal), but hey, on the other hand, it was not a real accordion

The pedal comes with: very heavy and not easy to carry, in addition, the MIDI pedal is on, adding meters of cables and extra bulk.

The lack of power in the records to one or two votes ...

- Have you tried many other models before buying it?

No, it is impossible to find accordions noon to the test. on the other hand I tried acoustic accordions, which did not as packed.

- How would you rate the quality / price?

Huge! everything is integrated, realism is pushed to its extreme, you really feel like playing on an acoustic accordion, with more than a lot of orchestral sounds, and all for half the price!
- With experience, you do again this choice? ...

Eyes closed! Roland brought the MIDI accordion rpemier really convincing, and the range can only expand with time! the future of the accordion is HERE!
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