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Roland EP-97
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Digital Piano from Roland belonging to the EP series.

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  • yogiesyogies

    Roland EP-97Published on 04/04/07 at 02:59
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    88-note keyboard agile and dynamic
    Polyphony 64 notes
    8 sounds high qualitbr /> His piano concert stro
    10W Stereo Systm damplification
    Mtronome and recorder Intgr perfect for ltude
    Reverb and chorus Intgr

    comes with an expression pedals
    2 headphone jack headphones
    stereo out jack
    stereo input jack
    MIDI input and
    12 v power supply provided

    UTILIZATION

    Raliste the finger keyboard does not sink easily there is a practical rssistance jou on a real piano after we have the finger muscles
    Use super simple
    Dual headphone jacks for silent work by two musicians and a teacher and a lve
    Comes with stand KS-EP97mple plug and play

    SOUNDS

    The sounds are a…
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    88-note keyboard agile and dynamic
    Polyphony 64 notes
    8 sounds high qualitbr /> His piano concert stro
    10W Stereo Systm damplification
    Mtronome and recorder Intgr perfect for ltude
    Reverb and chorus Intgr

    comes with an expression pedals
    2 headphone jack headphones
    stereo out jack
    stereo input jack
    MIDI input and
    12 v power supply provided

    UTILIZATION

    Raliste the finger keyboard does not sink easily there is a practical rssistance jou on a real piano after we have the finger muscles
    Use super simple
    Dual headphone jacks for silent work by two musicians and a teacher and a lve
    Comes with stand KS-EP97mple plug and play

    SOUNDS

    The sounds are available
    1 piano
    Piano 2
    E piano
    vibraphone (xylophone)
    harpsi-chord (harp quite special)
    organ
    violin string set very well done
    choir

    the piano are very realistic
    Apart from the organ and the string I use less of other sounds but sound great

    OVERALL OPINION

    I ais 7 years
    no problem
    good price quality ratio is a roland c! nine euros for 1200

    Robust gear
    purchased to study piano and now I like what concerts with
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