7 and a half octaves are available
with 3 piano sounds, harpichord, clave, vibraphone, electric piano 2
2 modulations chorus adjustable rate
volume and also adjustable claret
2 pedals with a piano and a sustuendo
Derrire, there are two output amplifier and a midi output that I've never used.
Just enough to learn the piano.
Touch is very lightweight, not dsagrable.
It is very simple to use, fortunately, because I lost the instructions!
I learned on piano and APRS years I redcouvert in a corner of the attic. The sounds are limited, they have not aged well. In the next octave, the tone changes. The sound kind AIGS mcanique and serious lack of chest.
It's a piano I redcouvre. I have used for quite a few years and I will as I will not buy new!
C'tait a piano from hell there ... At least 15 years! But since he lost an enclosure, which began after a whistle 4 / 5 years and now does not work at all.
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thibou's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
For the HP 3000:
88 keys, keyboard heavy.
Next sound is the minimum service: 3 pianos, 2 elect. pianos, a harpsichord, a clavichord, a vibration .... effects and idem: a chorus, a tremolo (adjustable), a brightness (adjustable).
2 Pedals: Damper / Soft
Amplification and HP on the piano (2x13W).
Connectors: MIDI, 3 outlets, 2 inputs pedal (Soft / Damper) Input stereo preamp with 3 levels, 3 levels of output stereo preamp.
I like the touch. I learned about this keyboard and, after having played other - real piano or electronic - I do not regret my choice of this point of view.
Its functions are limited and Midi not easy to drive (it via the keyboard).
I lost the manual French but I still have the English manual ... useful to find the use of MIDI! It is quite comprehensive and very clear.
It's not a synth but the piano sounds are decent.
The effects are minimal .... and not terribly convincing.
No after touch, but the velocity is good.
I use this keyboard for over 15 years ... (And almost 20!), No worries (apart from cleaning the contacts keyboard).
It is almost instransportable. Even if the feet are separated from the piano, it is bulky and heavy!
Today I have an RD 300SX, for live. Having tried everything I came back at Roland, including the keyboard and dynamics.