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Roland RD-100
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Digital Piano from Roland belonging to the RD series.

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  • take it home

    Roland RD-100Published on 01/12/12 at 23:25
    Roland does it again with the RD-100, this board has amazing sounds. All of the Roland boards have a very warm sound, plus this keyboard is very affordable. The after touch is great and the keys feel like a real grand piano. I have used this keyboard a few times on and off and every time I mess with this board I am surprised by just the overall feel of it


    UTILIZATION

    Like I said before and I will always say this about Rolands boards. All of the sounds have great warmth too them, other boards have sounds that sound light and thin. All of Rolands boards bring a very well rounded full warm sound to the table. Roland prides themselves on creating keyboards that have the best and highest......
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    Roland does it again with the RD-100, this board has amazing sounds. All of the Roland boards have a very warm sound, plus this keyboard is very affordable. The after touch is great and the keys feel like a real grand piano. I have used this keyboard a few times on and off and every time I mess with this board I am surprised by just the overall feel of it


    UTILIZATION

    Like I said before and I will always say this about Rolands boards. All of the sounds have great warmth too them, other boards have sounds that sound light and thin. All of Rolands boards bring a very well rounded full warm sound to the table. Roland prides themselves on creating keyboards that have the best and highest quality sounds.


    SOUNDS

    I would compare the sounds to this board with the sounds of the higher Roland workstation boards, except this boards electric pianos are probably the best out of all of the Roland series of boards and workstations.


    OVERALL OPINION

    Overall with the price of this board its definitely worth the purchase, just go to your local keyboard store and sit down with the Roland RD-100 and you will see what im talking about and what all of the buzz is about. You will sit down at this board (whether you are a seasoned keyboard player or a beginner) and you will feel like you are playing a grand piano. The weight on the white and black keys is about the same which is hard to find on electric keyboards. This board will have you feeling very creative and ready to lay down some great chord progressions that will leave your audience with their mouth open. Finding an electric keyboard that can do this is rare, that’s why you must give this one a try.Not the best but will sound great in your house.
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  • Roland RD-100Published on 11/14/01 at 09:47
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Keyboard 88 keys, foot pedal provided with, no MIDI THROUGH.
    Heavy touch.
    9 sounds piano, honky tonk, strings, harpsichord ...
    1 footswitch + tripod
    no sequencer

    UTILIZATION

    Touching piano very good at this price.
    the midi is done by setting key combinations not intuitive, but with the habit No problemo.
    doc well done and complete.

    SOUNDS

    Sons piano, honky-tonk, organ and strings very successful, although I think the piano is vaguely synthetic chords "plated" in the midrange, but I'm hard ......
    other sounds correct without

    OVERALL OPINION

    RD-100 stage piano is a "portable" (it weighs 24kg anyway ...) for those looking for a digital piano with a heavy touch and good......
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    Keyboard 88 keys, foot pedal provided with, no MIDI THROUGH.
    Heavy touch.
    9 sounds piano, honky tonk, strings, harpsichord ...
    1 footswitch + tripod
    no sequencer

    UTILIZATION

    Touching piano very good at this price.
    the midi is done by setting key combinations not intuitive, but with the habit No problemo.
    doc well done and complete.

    SOUNDS

    Sons piano, honky-tonk, organ and strings very successful, although I think the piano is vaguely synthetic chords "plated" in the midrange, but I'm hard ......
    other sounds correct without

    OVERALL OPINION

    RD-100 stage piano is a "portable" (it weighs 24kg anyway ...) for those looking for a digital piano with a heavy touch and good piano sound at an affordable price.
    For 6600F, I think it's a very good investment, value for money excellent.
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