SNAMM: Roland Bring Down A Piano

-- New F-90 Digital Piano Offers Premium Performance and Design at a Very Reasonable Price --      26/07/01


The F-90 Digital Piano is an 88-note keyboard bringing the cream of Roland’s piano sounds and their Progressive Hammer-Action Keyboard together in an affordable package. Onboard speakers and dual headphone outputs make the F-90 ideal for practice, or for those who simply want to enjoy owning a piano without all the extra space. Inside the F-90’s simulated maple finish are some of Roland’s stereo-sampled grand piano sounds, inherited from the popular FP-3.Featuring Roland’s 88-note Progressive Hammer-Action Keyboard, the F-90 gives players the same natural and responsive touch—lighter in the upper range and heavier in the lower range—as an acoustic grand piano. Roland also included a variety of other instrument sounds like electric piano, harpsichord, organ, strings, choir and more. An onboard reverb enhances the basic sound, while a chorus effect can be added to fatten up the electric piano sounds

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