Roland introduced the RM-700 Digital Piano, with an Ivory Feel keyboard and an 88-note stereo sampled grand piano sound.
Piano sounds can also be customized with the Piano Designer and Grand Piano Presence II features. Players will also enjoy the onboard Rhythm Styles and Media Player for playing along to accompaniment tracks.
The RM-700 features include the new “Playing Hint”, which helps pianists play more expressively, according to Roland. It also features Roland’s Visual Lesson feature, which acts as an interactive, built-in music tutor.
The RM-700 has a color touchscreen LCD, while the external RGB video output allows for the integration of visual entertainment features such as ANIME, Piano Roll, and more.
For more info and full product specs, visit www.rolandus.com/products/productdetails.aspx?ObjectId=980.
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