WNAMM10: The Ideal Keyboard For Gigging?

Roland announces the V-Combo VR-700 with Organ, Piano, and Synth Sounds      14/01/10
WNAMM10: The Ideal Keyboard For Gigging?


Roland has announced the V-Combo VR-700. Featuring the best of their Virtual Tonewheel organ, full key multi-sampled piano, and pro synthesizer sounds, Roland say that the V-Combo is perfect for players who need an all-in-one keyboard for a variety of musical settings, including houses of worship, stage performances, and rehearsal studios - offering powerful real-time performance capabilities in a simple-to-use-interface. Here's the rest of what roland has to say...
The V-Combo provides an authentic sound and feel to satisfy any organ player. Using Roland's Virtual Tonewheel engine, the V-Combo simulates the unique structure and distinctive sound of vintage organs. The new amplifier and rotary simulator faithfully reproduces the sound needed for jazz, rock, funk or gospel, while the 76-key waterfall action captures the feel of a vintage organ. Add an optional PK-25 or PK-7A pedalboard for a more console-organ type feel.
The V-Combo takes its lead from Roland's popular instruments, including everything from expressive full key multi-sampled acoustic grand pianos, classic electric pianos, to realistic strings, brass, bass and guitar sounds. With tone remain capability onboard, the 76 keys can easily layer two ensemble tones together, or layer and split with the organ tones.
In addition to the ten harmonic bars on the front panel, the V-Combo also incorporates a variety of expressive controllers for even more exhilarating performances. The red harmonic bard allows players to control the volume of the Ensemble tones. With the D Beam, players can create authentic organ-specific effects, such as wheel braking, or perform filter and level tone shaping on ensemble tones using an infrared light beam.
XLR and _" outputs make the V-Combo ready for any stage, while the USB port and Song Player function enables direct playback and control of backing tracks from USB memory. Keyboardists can also back up and recall Favorites and system settings from USB memory, making the V-Combo easy to share at rehearsal studios.
Pricing and Availability:
The V-Combo VR-700 is scheduled to ship in March with a suggested retail price of $2,329.00. More information:
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