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JimboSpins 01/02/2013

Roland VP-7 : JimboSpins's user review

« For a keyboardist »

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The VP-7 is a pretty simple unit to operate; it is a vocal module processor that gives you some basic effects but nothing that will make you love it. You can use this to give you background vocals if you are a keyboard player, that is about the best function that it provides. It is very easy to use and set up, it is basically just a “select a sound and use it” type of unit. There are some cool robot style effects that give you an interesting sound but nothing that I would really think would be usable in a live show.


The VP-7 is a smaller unit but it is made good and looks very nice. The knobs are made very well and do not seem like they would ever get loose or break off even if dropped. The quality of this unit is exceptional but the features are nothing to brag about.


The only reason I would purchase this is if you or someone is a keyboardist that plays a lot solo and is looking to get some harmonize to his playing. If so they will love how they can get some decent backing harmonies and add up to 3 voices. You can create this effect without having to sing at all, or have anyone else sing. It does it all on its own and these feature is about the only thing with this unit that makes it worthwhile.


If you are not a keyboardist looking to get some backing harmonies then do not purchase this because that is the only feature that will really get you your money’s worth. This unit cost over 500 dollars which is way too much for something that does not have a lot of features. It is made well but did not provide enough for use to want to keep it.