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Roland FP-7
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Roland FP-7

Digital Piano from Roland belonging to the FP series.

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Roland FP-7Publié le 02/28/08 à 10:06
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The fp7 is what I was looking in this price range. piano1 is superb with the possibility to open the hood which gives the scale. must be accustomed to master it.

the different sounds are rather SUCCESSFUL guitars apart o, I put a joker.j'ai primarily bought a piano..donc ... many sounds good qualities.

I did not test the USB connection or the built-in rhythm. The metronome is an exellent idea and the two headphone jacks.

the possiblit connecting other pedals to control the sound is perfect.

USE

The feel is like that of my rd500..sans probably slightly lighter but in this price range I have not found better despite however, a weakness for the CP33 yamaha..je do not like the......
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The fp7 is what I was looking in this price range. piano1 is superb with the possibility to open the hood which gives the scale. must be accustomed to master it.

the different sounds are rather SUCCESSFUL guitars apart o, I put a joker.j'ai primarily bought a piano..donc ... many sounds good qualities.

I did not test the USB connection or the built-in rhythm. The metronome is an exellent idea and the two headphone jacks.

the possiblit connecting other pedals to control the sound is perfect.

USE

The feel is like that of my rd500..sans probably slightly lighter but in this price range I have not found better despite however, a weakness for the CP33 yamaha..je do not like the rebound fp7. it reminds me of my branch o it was a feat of playing trills eg

the manual is very clear.
very good investment for those who wish to play the piano home, on stage, for those whose children want to learn music.

he makes his weight the beast but I have not found the equivalent in this price range.

SONORITS

I only regret that the button triggering the droite..c'est leslie is not super convenient. missing may be an effect of "cradifier" the rhodes..je have not look if possible.

the 2 knobs (volume, pan) are quite high and I hope that I can put it another keyboard without abmer.

the reaction of velocit seems very good on the piano.

per piti Mr Roland, stop to sounds that are nothing like the distortion guitar. this is pathetic and no one will use it.

NOTICE GLOBAL

I for one week.

How beautiful the beast.

I tried everything and I must say that some reviews of the Casio are infonds. I have never heard such sounds nases, beautiful piano attack then nothing !! a touch worthy of a toy.

for qualitprix report, I do it again this choice without hesiter.j'ai took my time before choosing.
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" Good instrument"

Roland FP-7Publié le 09/08/12 à 02:45
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Rcente generation, good overall
88 notes are of great vintage Fender Rhodes, its a bit limited for a true piano pianist

USE

The touch is very pleasant for the Rhodes for his piano, discomfort in the bottoming ...

SONORITS

Jazz piano sound is okay, but it never makes good for me!
I use the Rhodes sounds more just got my

NOTICE GLOBAL

Good instrument, with its incorporated pregnant, even if low power, presence makes the sound more natural.
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" Very reliable, very effective. Ergonomic use basic fairly intuitive."

Roland FP-7Publié le 10/23/12 à 09:21
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Heavy touch 88 keys

UTILIZATION

Very nice touch to an old classical pianist. That is, it is!

SOUNDS

Sounds nice even if I use more than one point of view "practice" (work, research, records) and on stage maybe I'll invest in a new Roland.

OVERALL OPINION

More than two years after purchase I'm still proud and I think it is a safe bet. Before I was on a master keyboard fatar ... So I was looking for a keyboard very heavy, to successfully pass a pianist keyboardist .... and easy to use in order to familiarize myself with the best new media work.
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" Effective"

Roland FP-7Publié le 11/24/11 à 01:49
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Show caratheristiques.

UTILIZATION

For me by, I will compare the three keyboards that I had to find a yamaha dgx630, Kawai MP5, Korg SP250.
FP7 has a hit as more realistic, with the supports diverse it is a bit Legé but the return key will support effective and really gives the sensation of hammers.
The enchantionnage no fault is present and ds all octaves. It s not the case kawai mp 5.
The rounded end is much more realistic note, while the SP250 a metallic sound make me cringe.
J loves the sound yamaha because it allows errors to release the pedal without exaggerating the chorus.

SOUNDS

The sonnorité is by far the most realistic of 3 (mean hammers, strings vibrate and......
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Show caratheristiques.

UTILIZATION

For me by, I will compare the three keyboards that I had to find a yamaha dgx630, Kawai MP5, Korg SP250.
FP7 has a hit as more realistic, with the supports diverse it is a bit Legé but the return key will support effective and really gives the sensation of hammers.
The enchantionnage no fault is present and ds all octaves. It s not the case kawai mp 5.
The rounded end is much more realistic note, while the SP250 a metallic sound make me cringe.
J loves the sound yamaha because it allows errors to release the pedal without exaggerating the chorus.

SOUNDS

The sonnorité is by far the most realistic of 3 (mean hammers, strings vibrate and the rather large reealité notes at the end of support) The piano is one of reealité sound delicious and can let go of his emotions. The organ's are not bad and can be played for troubleshooting as well as the string. The other sounds are to be there but are not really usable.

OVERALL OPINION

The piano sound is excellent. I used the on stage and am very happy, the only criticism I can make him c is the weight!
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Roland
  • Model: FP-7
  • Series: FP
  • Category: Digital Pianos
  • Added in our database on: 01/20/2007

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