SNAMM06: Roland Announce Latest Digital Piano

MP-70 sports stereo-sampled grand piano sounds      21/07/06
SNAMM06: Roland Announce Latest Digital Piano

Roland say that the freshly-launched MP-70 Digital Piano brings incredible expression and playability to an affordable price in an attractive black satin cabinet.
They tell us that it boasts stunning stereo-sampled piano sounds that capture every nuance of a grand piano – plus an 88-note Compact Progressive Hammer-Action Keyboard and useful practice features like a built-in metronome, 2-track recorder, 66 preset songs, and the new Twin Piano mode that allows the keyboard to be split into two zones (with the same pitch ranges on both zones) – ideal for student-teacher lessons or duets.
  • 88-note Compact Progressive Hammer Action keyboard with 64-voice polyphony
  • Stereo-sampled piano sounds, plus electric piano, strings, acoustic bass and more
  • Chorus and Reverb effects can be applied to all 15 tones
  • Twin Piano Mode for teacher-student lessons or duets
  • Built-in 2-track Song Recorder and metronome, plus 66 preset songs
  • Song-backup feature saves recorded songs when power is turned off
  • Powerful 25W (x2) speaker system
  • Attractive Satin Tone black finish cabinet
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