Roland introduces the RP301R Digital Piano.
Onboard are 60 rhythm accompaniments, which can be further expanded through USB memory. The 88-note Ivory Feel-G keyboard is paired with the RP-301R’s SuperNATURAL Piano tone. Featuring a progressive hammer action design with escapement, it inherits the functions, appearance, and texture of keyboards found on Roland’s flagship pianos.
The RP301R supports USB MIDI, so users can connect to computers and use the instrument with music recording software. With the USB Memory function, users can stream musicfrom a USB memory, allowing them to play along with WAV audio and SMF (Standard MIDI File) songs.
The RP301R comes equipped with a built-in stereo speaker system. Available in two different finishes (Satin Black or Simulated Rosewood), the upright cabinet is designed to fit various spaces and decors. The RP301R is also outfitted with a keyboard cover, three integrated pedals, and headphone jacks for silent practice.
The RP301 and RP301R will be available in February and April 2012 respectively.
For more information, visit www.RolandConnect.com.
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