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Digital Piano from Roland belonging to the RD series

Roland introduces the RD-300NX Digital Stage Piano, the latest member of its RD series stage piano lineup.

The RD-300NX stage piano has an advanced SuperNATURA® Piano sound engine, electric piano sounds based on SuperNATURAL technology, a newly developed Ivory Feel-G keyboard with Escapement, and a Sound Focus feature.

 

The new Sound Focus feature of the RD-300NX is designed to ensure that every note will be heard, even subtle pianissimo passages.

 

The RD-300NX is designed for both students and gigging musicians. At the heart of the RD-300NX is Roland’s SuperNATURAL Piano sound engine.

 

Also onboard the RD-300NX are two types of SuperNATURAL technology-based electric piano sounds, giving players realistic emulations of classic EPs. The Piano Designer feature allows users to customize both acoustic sounds via an interface.

 

The RD-300NX is equipped with Roland’s new Ivory Feel-G Keyboard with Escapement. This keyboard is designed to convey dynamic velocity-based tonal changes as well as rapid key strikes. The keys also feature Roland’s Ivory Feel, designed with a “ comfortable and realistic moisture-absorbent material that prevents slipping from perspiration during performance.”

 

The RD-300NX sports an LCD display for visibility even in low light conditions. The One Touch Piano feature found in other RD-series instruments is also onboard the RD-300NX, providing players with access to acoustic and electric pianos with the touch of a button. In addition to its piano voices, the RD-300NX comes with additional pro sounds, including organs, strings, synths, rhythm sets, and more.

 

Audio files can be played back via USB memory on the RD-300NX. It also comes with a DP-10 Damper Pedal; the optional RPU-3 Triple Pedal is available for players that desire a true grand piano pedaling experience.

 

For more information, visit www.RolandConnect.com.

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