Roland announced the availability of its four newest digital pianos, the GP607, FP 90, DP603, and RP501R. Each one features Roland SuperNATURAL technology, high build quality, and Bluetooth wireless connectivity options.
The GP607 Digital Piano ($5,999 MSRP) is a mini grand piano for the home. It features Roland SuperNATURAL modeling technology for high-quality tone, complemented by a premium, multichannel speaker system that provides top quality sound for both piano playing and listening to music. Bluetooth wireless support for tablet or smartphone allows audio streaming and connectivity with the latest apps, for additional learning and performance options. Featuring curves, an opening lid, and polished ebony or polished white finishes.
The FP90 ($1,799 street) is the latest generation model in the FP series of portable digital pianos, featuring SuperNATURAL modeling technology. It provides top level piano performance, attractive design (available in black or white) with optional matching stand, and easy portability in one instrument. In addition, Bluetooth wireless support for tablet or smartphone allows audio playback and connectivity with the latest apps.
The DP603 Digital Piano (starting at $1,999 street) offers an expressive playing feel with the new PHA50 keyboard, SuperNATURAL modeling technology, and numerous onboard practice features. Bluetooth wireless support for tablet or smartphone enables audio playback and connectivity with the latest apps. The DP603 comes in polished ebony, polished white, or contemporary black finishes.
The practical RP501R Digital Piano ($1,499 street) is an affordable home instrument with quality touch and tone via Roland SuperNATURAL Piano technology. Ideal for young families, the RP501R offers more than 300 additional sounds and 70plus onboard rhythms. Bluetooth MIDI and USB connectivity to a tablet or smartphone gives access to piano apps for additional learning and fun. Available in contemporary black, contemporary rosewood, and white finishes.
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