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Roland Announces New RP-101 Digital Piano [ Summer NAMM 2007 ]

United States
Austin, TX, July 27, 2007 — Affordably priced and uncompromisingly crafted, the new RP-101 offers a natural, realistic grand piano sound under the control of a PHA alpha II Keyboard, with varied touch resistance between the upper and lower ranges just like an acoustic grand. It features three pedals, a sliding keyboard cover, and a space-efficient cabinet that fits almost anywhere.

Roland’s acclaimed digital-piano technology makes the RP-101 a standout in its class, offering a superb grand-piano sound with true-to-life piano resonance and brilliance. The RP-101 is touch responsive to the subtlest pressure and nuance — from the deepest, most powerful bass to the most delicate highs.

Its attractive, space-saving cabinet ensures that the RP-101 will look great and fit into practically any room or space. Add a touch of piano elegance to your home without the cost or physical constraints of a traditional piano.

The RP-101 is designed to make the piano-playing experience enjoyable and convenient. A headphone hook is provided for easy storage and retrieval of headphones — great for those who prefer private practice. And when it comes to practicing, the RP-101’s built-in song recorder is a great way to capture performances and play them back, allowing pianists to efficiently chart their progress.

Equipped with its own convenient built-in stereo speaker system, the RP-101 delivers rich, sparkling sound without requiring additional amplifiers or speakers. The volume of this piano is completely under your control — from whisper soft to full power.
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