SNAMM07: Faking It On A Grand Scale

Roland launch Digital Grand Piano with player-piano-type moving keys      31/07/07
SNAMM07: Faking It On A Grand Scale


Well you can play it if you like but it also plays itself… In what they say is response to industry demand, Roland Contemporary Keyboards has announced the new RG-3M Digital Piano with player-piano-type moving keys. To date, RG pianos have graced some of the most prestigious hotels and restaurants around the world and Roland say that the new compact-sized RG-3M is the perfect solution for any venue where sophistication, style and outstanding sound is essential.
The big brother to Roland’s popular RG-3 the new RG-3M also features 88-key multi-sampled piano sounds, built-in 100 watt speakers, CD Drive, and Roland’s own PHA II Ivory Feel Keyboard designed for the most authentic grand piano sound and touch.
A remote control is also included for ease of use and discrete operation.
Features
  • Automatic song-playback capability with built-in CD-ROM DRIVE the player-piano-type "moving keys" feature of the RG-7
  • 88-key multi-sampled grand piano
  • PHA II (Progressive Hammer Action II)"Ivory Feel" Keyboard with Escapement provides grand-piano feel and response
  • Beautiful polished ebony mini-grand piano cabinet; smaller size doesn't require much floor space
  • 4-speaker 50 W x 2 sound system built in
  • Remote control
Pricing and Availability:
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