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Roland KR 4500
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Digital Piano from Roland belonging to the KR series.

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  • WOINICWOINIC

    excellent, the ROLAND!

    Roland KR 4500Published on 05/06/12 at 01:14
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    88-amp stereo chorus reverb outputs incrporé entries in / out 3 pedals a profusion of sounds (editable by noon) midi in out thru

    UTILIZATION

    HEAVY TOUCH (old generation) manual stolen (I research more roland Ches) use fairly simple

    SOUNDS

    very wide range of sound quality, correct and discrete effects, piano and organ sounds good (the rest I not using)

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had 10 years I had tried other before (I had a great HP3000) with nice furniture covers keyboard I like aesthetics, sound, touch right value for money (it was a used) there is probably better now (but reliable??)

    ps: an spears call I have a bp of sound, sustained note (realease) the end …
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    88-amp stereo chorus reverb outputs incrporé entries in / out 3 pedals a profusion of sounds (editable by noon) midi in out thru

    UTILIZATION

    HEAVY TOUCH (old generation) manual stolen (I research more roland Ches) use fairly simple

    SOUNDS

    very wide range of sound quality, correct and discrete effects, piano and organ sounds good (the rest I not using)

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had 10 years I had tried other before (I had a great HP3000) with nice furniture covers keyboard I like aesthetics, sound, touch right value for money (it was a used) there is probably better now (but reliable??)

    ps: an spears call I have a bp of sound, sustained note (realease) the end of extinction generates low distortion unpleasant
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