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News Roland RD-700NX

Digital Piano from Roland belonging to the RD series

Roland marks a new RD series milestone with the introduction of the RD-700NX.

 

This stage piano includes Roland’s SuperNATURAL Piano sound engine along with newly developed E. Piano based on SuperNATURAL technology. PHA III Ivory Feel keyboard with Escapement, a Sound Focus feature, and a large, high-resolution LCD Screen.

 

Onboard the RD-700NX are three grand pianos (with 30 variations), all driven by the SuperNATURAL Piano sound engine. SuperNATURAL Piano is designed for variations in tone from pianissimo to fortissimo, notes that fade naturally without looping, and three-dimensional sound and response.

 

The RD-700NX is also equipped with E. Piano sounds based on SuperNATURAL technology that offer models of varied classic electric pianos from the '60s, '70s, and '80s.

 

In addition to Roland’s acoustic and electric piano sounds, the RD-700NX features additional sounds for performance versatility, including organs, strings, synths, rhythm sets, and more.

 

Pricing & Availability

The RD-700NX is expected to ship in November with an MSRP of $2,999.00.

 

For more information, visit www.RolandConnect.com.

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