Roland announces the RP301 Digital Piano.
The RP301 is outfitted with the Ivory Feel-G keyboard and features a progressive hammer action designed to reproduce the feel of an authentic acoustic grand.
A panel layout with dedicated buttons provides access to the RP301’s sounds and functions. Education features include a built-in metronome, as well as Twin Piano mode, which splits the keyboard into two identical zones for side-by-side instruction and duet playing. Also onboard is a recorder that lets users capture their performances.
Two finishes are available to suit various homes or music schools’ decor: Satin black (RP301-SB) and Simulated Rosewood (RP301-RW).
The RP301 will be available in February 2012.
For more information, visit www.RolandConnect.com.
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