Synth Site: Roland: RD-600: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.4 out of 5
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marty erwin a professional user writes:
The piano sounds are great and true to roland form they cut through in the mix.The action leaves quiet a bit to be desired as fast repeative notes are slightly difficult and as I have broken 26 keys and yes sometimes I do play damn hard but It seems to be a cumulative problem.(this is over a year's time span) If you need to know a good fix if you experience this problem drop me a line.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Friday-Nov-17-2000 at 16:15
Joey Kincer a part-time user from United States writes:
After reading the other reviews and specifications on the RD-600, I quickly set out to pick one of these "precious jewels" up. I was initially planning to use it as a controller for my MIDI setup on the computer, but after hearing the quality of the sounds, I plan to do much more with it. As a 20-year pianist, I believe this keyboard has the highest accurate piano sounds of any other keyboard I've tried. The equalizer settings add just the right color for the individual highs and lows, and the included pitch bend/modulation controller make it easy to insert MIDI instructions into my sequences. Along with my SC-8850 Sound Canvas, they make a mean team in providing the ideal sounds I need. Thanks Roland!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Oct-11-2000 at 13:33
Alberto Saporetti a part-timer user from Italy writes:
I have Roland Rd600, Roland D70 and Korg Cx3 organ: the Rd600 is a very good keyboard. Good feel, great sounds (check out the stage rhodes!) and it's not too heavy to carry on the car for the gigs. The organ sounds are awesome, but it doesn't bother me, because I have the Cx3 with a rotary speacker!

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Sunday-Apr-11-1999 at 08:42
Randall Krall a part-timer user from CANADA writes:
I have a Yamah CVP-25 Clav, Roland XP-10 synth, and the RD-600. (Also an acoustic Heintzman upright!) Well....the RD-600 is "my baby". Its got great (but a tiny bit stiff) action and you can edit and save any of the tones, but you have to be careful on the 32 Pianos. A slight tweak of the resonance,etc can really throw things out, but if you spend some time at it, you can get virtually what you want. The default Steinway Grand is great. Although it's not a GM instrument, it's easy enough to map out in Cakewalk and besides, Cakewalk has a patch file for just about ALL the Roland Instumnets combined, at their sight. I truly enjoy playing on this instrument. It seems to have "a touch of class". Remember it is more of a "dedicated piano" than a synth.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Feb-17-1999 at 22:23
John a part-timer user from Canada writes:
Good piano sound; good keyboard feel; but not as good piano sound as the Generalmusic Pro2, which seems to be the best.

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Friday-Feb-05-1999 at 00:35
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