New Roland SuperNATURAL Pianos Available

LX-10F, DP-990F, RG-3F, and RG-1F are now shipping      16/07/10

New Roland SuperNATURAL Pianos Available


Including the latest in SuperNATURAL Piano technology and Ivory Feel keys, Roland Corporation U.S. tell us that they are pleased to ship new upgrades to key models of their home digital piano line. Here's what they have to say...
The new LX-10F, DP-990F, RG-3F, and RG-1F digital pianos feature the new SuperNATURAL Piano sound engine, uniting Roland's state-of-the-art V-Piano® technology and 88-key stereo multi-sampling technology. This breakthrough sound engine delivers seamless variations in tone from pianissimo to fortissimo, decaying sounds that linger and fade naturally without looping, and authentic sound transition from note to note across the keyboard.
The RG-3, RG-1, and LX-10F also feature the natural touch of the PHA III Ivory Feel keyboards, which replicate the natural appearance, texture, and moisture-absorbing properties of actual ivory and ebony keys. The PHA III keyboard interacts with the SuperNATURAL Piano sound engine to reflect the subtleties in a musician's playing,and delivers superior rapid key-strike expressivity. The DP-990 also offers a superior playing experience with Roland's PHA II Ivory Feel technology with Escapement.
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