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Miyuji Kaneko, a young promising pianist born to a Japanese father and a Hungarian mother, performs La Campanella by Franz Liszt – a challenging piece that requires a high degree of accuracy, agility, and dynamic control. As Miyuji performs fluidly, the Roland LX-17 digital piano responds flawlessly and delivers rich, organic tones. Sharing the same advanced technologies as the flagship LX-17, the new LX/HP series comes in four distinct models. The upright LX-17/LX-7 adds classical elegance to any room, and the HP605/HP603 brings concert-class sounds to your home. Product information: 🤍
Unlock a world of playing possibilities with the FP-90X, Roland’s premium portable digital piano. Easily transportable without sacrificing quality, its full range system and acoustic grand feel make it a powerful and flexible choice for intimate live performances. Eight ready-to-play variations, ranging from concert to stage pianos, combined with PureAcoustic Ambience environments give you an almost infinite selection of sounds. But the features don’t stop there. Using Bluetooth audio, you can stream music from your phone or tablet through the piano’s sound system and play along with your favorite tunes. For a traditional upright experience, add a KSC-90 stand and KPD-90 three-pedal unit, or use the portable KS-20X stand and RPU-3 pedal unit when on the move for gigs. Simply put, you’ll never play a more expressive portable piano. In this video, Nick Poulios explores the features and functions of the premium FP-90X digital portable piano: 0:20 – Features of the FP-90X Keyboard 1:10 – Concert Piano (Tone Example) 1:31 – Stage Grand (Tone Example) 1:57 – Piano Designer 2:28 – 1976 Suitcase (Tone Example) 2:55 – Wurly 200 (Tone Example) 3:16 – Split and Dual Piano Mode 3:35 – Concert Piano/Soft Pad (Dual Tone Example) 4:07 – Combo Organ/Acoustic Bass + Ride (Split Tone Example) 4:22 – On-Board Speakers 4:40 – PureAcoustic Ambience 5:09 – Gospel Spin Organ (Tone Example) 5:32 – D-50 Fantasia (Tone Example) 5:50 – Bluetooth Connectivity 6:04 – Trancy Synth (Tone Example) 6:40 – Options for Stands and Pedal Boards 7:10 – Concert Mellow (Tone Example) For information on other FP Series portable digital pianos, visit roland.com: ➤ FP-X Series: 🤍 ➤ FP-90X: 🤍 ➤ FP-60X: 🤍 ➤ FP-30X: 🤍 ➤ FP-10: 🤍 Watch more FP-90X videos here: ➤ FP-90X Performance: 🤍 #roland #rolandpiano #fp90x #fpxseries
🛒 Shop for Roland Digital Pianos ▸🤍 💕 Subscribe to Merriam Pianos HERE ▸ 🤍 🔔 Click the 🔔 bell to be notified of all videos! ▸ 🤍 #digitalpiano #roland #rolanddigitalpiano 0:00 - Introduction 1:08 - Opening Playing Demo on the Roland FP90x with PHA 50 Action 1:41 - Video Overview 2:03 - PHA 4 Action Features/Models 2:07 - PHA 50 Action Features/Models 2:15 - Hybrid Grand Action Features/Models 2:18 - What are the key differences between the PHA 4, PHA 50, and Hybrid Grand Actions? 2:41 - Difference #1 Pivot Length 3:54 - Pivot Length on the Roland PHA 50 and Hybrid Grand Action 4:24 - Difference #2 Materials 4:58 - PHA 50 and Hybrid Grand Action Wood Components Discussion 6:11 - Difference #3 The Stabilizing Pin on the PHA 4/PHA 50/Hybrid Grand Actions 7:58 - Midi Triple Sensor on the Roland PHA4, PHA50, Hybrid Grand action 8:26 - Difference #4 Key Texture and Finish on the Roland PHA 4, PHA 50, and Hybrid Grand Actions 9:19 - Playing experience on the Roland PHA4 action 13:12 - Playing experience on the Roland PHA50 action 14:14 - Playing experience on the Roland Hybrid Grand action 15:01 - Which Roland Digital Pianos have the PHA4, PHA50, Hybrid Grand actions? 16:19 Which pianos have the Roland Hybrid Grand piano action 17:11 Video outro Welcome to the Merriam Pianos YouTube channel! Today, we’ll be walking you through everything you need to know about the core Roland 88-note weighted digital piano actions currently available throughout much of their lineup. We’ll be covering the PHA4, PHA50 and HybridGrand actions by running down the specs, giving our impressions as to what it's like to play them, and noting which Roland digital pianos feature which actions. Please like, subscribe and hit that notification bell! Video Overview The three main key actions which you’ll find throughout the vast majority of Roland’s current lineup are the PHA4, the PHA50 and the HybridGrand action. Let’s unpack the critical differences between these three actions. What Are The Key Differences? Difference #1: Pivot Length The single biggest difference between these three actions isn’t what you might expect; it’s not the materials but rather the pivot length. When we say pivot length, we mean the distance from the front of the key to the point at which the key is hinged. The reason this is such a huge factor for actions is that this is what determines how much motion there is throughout the key, and how the key feels depending on where on the key your fingers happen to be. Pivot length also determines the sense of weight and depth of a key. With a longer pivot length, the player is typically afforded more dynamic control and evenness across the length of the key. The PHA4 has the shortest pivot length, the PHA50 is longer, and the HybridGrand is by far the longest, with its pivot length approaching that of a 6 to 7 foot acoustic grand piano. Difference #2: Materials Now we come to materials. The PHA4 is entirely made of plastic, while the PHA50 and HybridGrand fuse plastic with wood. Some people argue that adding wood is purely cosmetic, but many others attest that it genuinely improves the feel. Difference #3: The Stabilizing Pin Next up, we have the stabilizing pin. Every single key has two stabilizing pins, which essentially perform the same function as the balance rail pin on an acoustic piano. These pins laterally align the key and provide strength to ensure the key doesn’t torque to one side. The PHA4 does not have any stabilizing pins, but they are present on the PHA50 and HybridGrand. Difference #4: Key Texture/Finish The white keys on all three actions appear to be exactly the same. However, there is a difference among the black keys. On the PHA4, the keys have lightly textured satin finish. Over on the PHA50 and HybridGrand, the texture is more exaggerated for better glide. The Playing Experience PHA4 The PHA4 is different from the other two actions in that the static resistance is higher than the dynamic resistance, though this does lessen after the action is broken in. Some people actually appreciate this for jazz and pop playing, though generally, it isn’t preferable for classical playing. There’s also a lot more lateral give due to the lack of stabilizing pins, whereas there’s almost no lateral give whatsoever on the PHA50. The PHA4 also feels like it has a deeper keybed. PHA50 The PHA50 feels a lot different than the PHA4. While it is heavier, sometimes it actually feels lighter due to a lower dynamic and static resistance of the key than on the PHA4. The PHA50 avails itself to a wider variety of styles compared to the PHA4, and will likely be preferred by folks who do a lot of classical playing. HybridGrand The HybridGrand is essentially a stretched version of the PHA50 - the technology is identical, but the pivot length and key-stick length is longer...
Roland introduces the FP-10 digital piano offering premium sound and playability at an affordable price for the beginner piano student all the way up to a gigging professional. This compact 88-key digital piano is super portable and gives you a rich, responsive acoustic piano experience with progressive hammer action. Go beyond the classic piano sounds with organ, strings, electric piano, and even jazz skat. A built-in Bluetooth MIDI/USB MIDI interface allows you to connect DAW software and apps ranging from Apple GarageBand to Roland’s Piano Partner 2. Practice alone through headphones or take advantage of the great-sounding onboard speakers that deliver precise tonal detail and share your music out in smaller venues. Learn more and order yours now at Guitar Center: 🤍
Graham Blackledge reviews and demonstrates why you need a Roland F701 Digital Piano in white. What a great compact piano this is! The Roland F-701 has a lovely slim cabinet with a folding lid that doubles up as a useful big music rest. The key action is nice and response and is a pleasure to play. The speaker system in slim pianos can be a 'thin' sound, but this has loads of depth in its tone and an ambient 3d sound affect that really makes you feel like you are playing a grand piano. For the price point I think this piano is excellent. It looks great, is well made and amazing to play. Graham Blackledge - Rimmers Music Purchase This & Other Pianos Here: 🤍 We are also here: Rimmers Music Website: 🤍 Rimmers Music Blogs: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Rimmers Music Tel: 01772 622111 Rimmers Music Email: customerservice🤍rimmersmusic.co.uk Don't Forget To Subscribe By Following This Link: 🤍 #rolandpianos #rolandf701 #slimpiano #compactpiano #pianos #digitalpiano #digitalpianos #uprightpiano #pianoteacher #pianolessons #pianist #pianists #bgt #grahamblackledge #piano #digitalpianos #rimmersmusic #uprightpiano
Top 5 BEST Digital Pianos of  ➜ Links to the best Digital Pianos 2022 we listed in this video: ►US Links◄ ➜ 5. Yamaha P125 - 🤍 ➜ 4. Casio PX-870 - 🤍 ➜ 3. Roland FP-90X - 🤍 ➜ 2. Kawai KDP120 - 🤍 ➜ 1. Yamaha Arius YDP-144 - 🤍 - ►UK Links◄ ➜ 5. Yamaha P125 - 🤍 ➜ 4. Casio PX-870 - 🤍 ➜ 3. Roland FP-90X - 🤍 ➜ 2. Kawai KDP120 - 🤍 ➜ 1. Yamaha Arius YDP-144 - 🤍 - ►CA Links◄ ➜ 5. Yamaha P125 - 🤍 ➜ 4. Casio PX-870 - 🤍 ➜ 3. Roland FP-90X - 🤍 ➜ 2. Kawai KDP120 - 🤍 ➜ 1. Yamaha Arius YDP-144 - 🤍 We have just laid out the top 5 best digital pianos 2022. In 5th place is the Yamaha P125, our pick for the best beginner digital piano. In 4th place is the Casio PX-870, our pick for the best intermediate digital piano. In 3rd place is the Roland FP-90X, our pick for the best premium digital piano. In 2nd place is the Kawai KDP120, our pick for the best runner-up digital piano. In 1st place is the Yamaha Arius YDP-144, our pick for the best overall digital piano. DISCLOSURE: Some of the links on this page are affiliate links, meaning, at no additional cost to you, I may earn a commission if you click through and make a purchase. Affiliate commissions help fund videos like this one.
Lieselotte presenteert de Roland HP704. Een van de populaire digitale piano's in het middenklassesegment. De HP704 maakt gebruik van de "SuperNATURAL technologie" van Roland, een physical modeling engine die geen samples gebruikt maar via een computermodel. Productinfo en beschikbaarheid van dit model vind je terug op onze webshop: 🤍 Kom gerust de verschillende modellen bekijken en uitproberen in 1 van onze 6 vestigingen: Piano's Maene Ruiselede: 🤍 Piano's Maene Brussel: 🤍 Piano's Maene Antwerpen: 🤍 Piano's Maene Gent: 🤍 Piano's Maene Limburg: 🤍 Piano's Maene Alkmaar (NL): 🤍 Indien je deze video leuk vindt, abonneer je dan zeker op het kanaal van Piano's Maene: 🤍 Meer productfilmpjes kan je hier terugvinden: 🤍 Volg ons: Facebook BE: 🤍 Instagram BE: 🤍 Facebook NL: 🤍 Instagram NL: 🤍
More videos like this Roland FP-10 piano demo 👉 🤍 Shop for the Roland FP-10 digital piano at Sweetwater 👉 🤍 The Roland FP-10 digital piano is compact enough to fit comfortably into your living or family room, yet it offers the renowned SuperNATURAL sounds and the great playing feel of Roland's PHA-4 Standard 88-note hammer action keyboard, along with modern features. If you play out, the FP-10's portability makes it an ideal gigging keyboard. It's also great for music education facilities where it can easily be moved from classroom to auditorium. 0:00 - Intro 0:47 - Roland FP-10 Specs 1:26 - Roland FP-10 Piano Demo 3:35 - Roland FP-10 EP Demo 4:41 - Roland FP-10 Harpsichord Demo 5:26 - Roland FP-10 Vibraphone Demo 5:47 - Roland FP-10 Organ Demo 6:39 - Roland FP-10 Strings Demo 7:25 - Roland FP-10 Layering 8:09 - Roland FP-10 Pad 8:49 - Roland FP-10 Scatting Sample 9:47 - Roland FP-10 Metronome 11:08 - DAW and Smartphone Compatibility 11:45 - Thanks For Watching! #Sweetwater #Roland The Zoom F8N Multitrack Field Recorder was used to record the audio in this video, and can be purchased here: 🤍
🛒 Get the Roland LX706 Digital Piano▸ 🤍 🛒 See More Roland Digital Pianos▸ 🤍 💕 Subscribe to Merriam Pianos HERE ▸ 🤍 🔔 Click the 🔔 bell to be notified of all videos! ▸ 🤍 #RolandLX706 #RolandDigitalPianos #DigitalPianos 0:00 - Intro 0:46 - Opening Playing Demo on LX706 1:12 - Video Overview 3:17 - Roland LX Line-Up 4:20 - Roland Piano Modelling 6:12 Roland Grand Piano Models 6:56 - Roland "European Grand" Piano Demo 9:27 - Roland "American Grand" Piano Demo 12:04 - Dynamics on the LX706 13:32 - Roland Piano Designer 14:15 Roland LX706 "My Stage" Features 17:25 Piano Tone Edit Features 19:14 Roland Piano Samples 22:14 General Midi 2 Sound Bank 23:17 - Sound Specs 23:27 - Piano Action Review 30:46 Piano Action Specs 30:57 - Piano Features Review 33:35 - Piano Features Specs 33:54 - Outro Hi and welcome to the Merriam Pianos YouTube channel. We’re back with another digital piano review today as we tackle the middle child of Roland’s flagship LX line with the LX-706. Roland’s LX line is one of the top home digital pianos lines available on the market today, and we’ll be covering exactly how the LX706 differentiates itself from its younger and older siblings - the LX705 and LX708. Please like, subscribe, and hit the notification bell! Overview When we took our most recent look at Roland’s LX line, we actually skipped over the LX706. This wasn’t meant as any type of slight towards the 706 but was simply a reflection of the feedback we were getting from our customers in that the 706 occupies that classic ‘awkward middle child’ position. At the time, there wasn’t much of a price jump from the 706 to the 708, for many people, if they were already going to bypass the 705, it made sense to jump right to the 708. At the filming of this video, we’re now almost halfway into 2022 and experiencing an era of extreme inflation worldwide. As such, prices are increasing across the board and the cost of 708 is now essentially in the baby grand territory, with the 706 priced around where the 708 was not all that long ago. Piano Modeling The LX706 is equipped with Roland’s top sound engine, referred to as their PureAcoustic engine. This is a fully modeled sound engine, meaning the tone is generated in real-time via a series of algorithms instead of a pre-recorded sample. Piano Sound The PureAcoustic engine features two main grand piano tones - European Grand and American Grand - and while Roland doesn’t specify which pianos were used as the inspiration for these tones, we suspect they would have been a NY Steinway and a Hamburg Steinway. The American sound is a little more open and less blended than the European tone, which sounds warmer between the two sounds. Roland has greatly improved the dynamism with this new engine, as this was a little bit of a perceived weakness in the past. There’s a massive amount of editing potential for the piano tone here as Roland essentially gives you full access to the algorithm. For quick editing, there’s Roland My Stage feature which is essentially an array of presets configured, each with its own distinct character. One layer deeper, and you can start to edit specific things yourself, such as ambience, key touch, brilliance, master tuning, temperament and hammer response. Finally, we have the deepest layer, and Roland has called this Piano Tone Edit. Here you can edit single note characteristics such as volume or tuning, soft-pedal manipulation, soundboard type, cabinet resonance, etc. The sheer capacity to create your own piano tone here is incredible, and it’s super easy to save your own presets. Beyond the two grand piano sounds (which also have limitless polyphony by the way), there’s a total of 324 onboard tones, and non-acoustic piano tones still have a strong 256 notes worth of polyphony. The classic Roland electric pianos are all present and sound fantastic, the strings are lush, and the organs are great too. In general, the sounds are very convincing across the board. Action Like the 708, the 706 also uses Roland’s most advanced action - the Hybrid Grand Keyboard - and these are the only two pianos in their lineup currently receiving this action. The 705 for example receives the PHA50 action. What makes the Grand Hybrid action better is the pivot length - from the front of the white keys all the way to the back inside the cabinet, this action features a 26cm key length. This is in line with many 6-foot grand piano actions in terms of their pivot length and is slightly longer than Kawai’s Grand Feel III action.
ES110 - 2:23 FP30 - 5:12 P125 - 7:42 PX-S1000 - 9:36 KDP110 - 12:36 Yamaha Arius Series - 14:45 Roland RP102 - 16:25 KDP70 - 18:00 🛒 Kawai ES110▸ 🤍 🛒 Roland FP-30▸ 🤍 🛒 Yamaha P125▸ 🤍 🛒 Casio PX-S1000▸ 🤍 🛒 Kawai KDP110 ▸ 🤍 🛒 Roland RP102▸ 🤍 🛒 Kawai KDP70▸ 🤍 💕 Subscribe to Merriam Pianos HERE ▸ 🤍 🔔 Click the 🔔 bell to be notified of all videos! ▸ 🤍 🍁For Canadian Customers: Kawai ES110▸🤍 Kawai KDP110▸🤍 Kawai KDP70▸🤍 Roland FP-30▸🤍 Roland RP102▸🤍 Casio PX-S1000▸🤍 #Yamaha #Roland #Kawai Introduction: Welcome to a fresh rundown of our favourite pianos and keyboards between $500 and $1000 (USD) available in the market in 2020. Stu Harrison of Merriam Pianos guides us through an overview from Kawai’s ES110 to Yamaha’s P125, Casio’s fairly new PX-S1000 or Roland’s FP30. Thanks for joining us for this comprehensive round-up of these fan favourites, and be sure to check out the individual reviews to most of them here on the channel as well. If it’s the first time to the channel, please be sure to subscribe, and enjoy the video! Portable Versions Kawai ES-110 The ES110 uses the Harmonic Imaging engine, which is an additive synthesis on top of an existing sample of a Kawai EX Concert Grand. Please note this is different than the SK-EX sample set that the new CN / CA pianos have. The ES110 can be connected via wireless bluetooth to a tablet with Kawai’s Virtual Technician, which gives you microscopic control of all of the parameters. It also gives the player 192 polyphony, which is PLENTY for great textured playing at any level of complexity. Roland FP-30 The FP30 is a no-brainer on this list. I’ve used it in several live-show scenarios, and always been impressed with the ease of use, quality of the Rhodes and piano tones, and the key action - it’s just hard to beat for the price. It’s onboard speakers aren’t quite as full-bodied as the ES110 for piano tone, but of course can always be sent through an amp to beef it up. The addition of the Piano Partner 2 app is almost a must with this one since it gives it the rhythm auto-accompaniment feature. Yamaha P-125 The P-125 is my favourite of the P series, providing us players with 192 polyphony, the CFS sample bank, high quality audio processing, 24 high-quality onboard sounds, and 14 watts of total speaker power. Casio PX-S1000 The PX-S1000 employs Casio’s AiR tone engine, combines a 4-velocity layer sample set with some fancy audio processing like stereo spreaders and some fun compression (of course Casio doesn’t call these things by their generic industry terms; like most, they have more consumer friendly labels). The 16 watts is ample for personal use or small rooms, and the 192 note polyphony is impressive for the price. Home / Stationary Pianos Kawai KDP-110 The KDP-110 is a power-player in this pack of competitors. 40 watts of sound, bluetooth midi, triple-sensor key action, and full 88-note sampling from their SK-EX sound bank. Roland RP-102 The concept of the RP-102 is pretty simple: load up a basic home digital with top action, top tone generation, and keep the rest simple. The instrument uses the same PHA-4 action with escapement, textured key surfaces, and triple-sensor as can be found in all other Roland pianos up to the RP501r. Kawai KDP-70 Last but certainly not least is Kawai’s KDP70, the lightweight and lower-cost version of the KDP110. It’s very much a direct competitor to the RP102 Roland, and more or less a home-version of the ES110 (...why the KDP110 isn’t the home version of the ES110 is a prime example of the piano industry’s knack for confusing model numbers). Thanks very much for checking out our 2020 round-up of the best digital pianos under $1000. Good luck with your shopping, and we hope you find something you truly love. Connect with Merriam Music: ● Website ▸ 🤍 ● Contact Us ▸ 🤍 ● Instagram ▸ 🤍 ● Facebook ▸ 🤍 ● Twitter ▸ 🤍
Which brand has the best digital piano sound? Find out as Jack & Dan go on a Blindfold Challenge testing out the Nord Grand, Yamaha Montage 8, Roland Fantom & an affordable Casio CDP-S100 plugged into Keyscape VST! Which one would you choose? ➡️ 🤍 Piano & Keyboard players have been trying to find the best digital piano for decades. With each new model giving you the latest in piano touch feel & sound, how can you tell that you're getting the best keyboard for you? In today's episode, Jack & Dan quest on a blindfold challenge to take brands out of the equation & focus truly on how these keyboards feel & sound. With some of the biggest brands such as Nord, Yamaha, Roland & Casio, which digital piano will the guys pick when choosing their ideal keyboard? ↪️ Episode Guide ↩️ » 0:00 Ultimate Keyboard Blindfold Challenge » 1:27 Roland Fantom 88 » 2:21 Casio CDP S100 With Keyscape) » 4:04 Yamaha Montage » 5:01 Nord Grand Stage » 7:39 Yamaha Montage » 8:38 Roland Fantom 88 » 9:30 Casio CDP S100 With Keyscape » 10:24 How Do They Rank? » 11:40 The Reveal! » 15:17 Let's Hear How They Sound Without The Blindfold 👕 Buy A T-Shirt 👕 | 🤍 You've watched the videos & seen the store, now join the Andertons Family with our exclusive, official merchandise! With free UK delivery on all orders containing only a T-Shirt, Hoodie or Jumper & super low international shipping costs, there is no better time to be an Andertons fan than now! Interested in other Andertons YouTube channels? Click on one of these links to find out more… Andertons Guitar & Bass YouTube Channel: 🤍 Andertons Drummers YouTube Channel: 🤍 Andertons Synths, Keys & Tech YouTube Channel: 🤍 Andertons Shopping Web Site: 🤍 Make sure to subscribe to Andertons TV for more great videos like this: 🤍 #Andertons #BlindfoldChallenge #NordPiano
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Does price matter when it comes to owning a good-quality beginner digital piano or keyboard? I'm often asked which keyboard or piano is better for a beginner. The truth is there is no one answer. Everybody’s different and there are a lot of options out there. 😎 It can be overwhelming to know if you’re getting value for money so... we’re going to put some to the test! I’ve recruited Kaitlyn because she’s a beginner and she doesn’t know which ones are cheap and which are expensive. She is going to test 5 different pianos and keyboards and then she’ll rate them out of 5 based on what she THINKS their price would be, with 1 being super cheap and 5 being quite expensive. Ready to level up your playing? Get personal coaching tips and structured lessons: enjoy your free 7-day trial to Pianote! ► 🤍 - #1 - Roland Go:KEYS - 0:47 Get one here! 🤍 - #2 - Roland FP-90 - 2:10 Get one here! 🤍 - #3 - Yamaha MX-61 - 3:40 Get one here! 🤍 - #4 - Casio XW-G1 - 5:18 Get one here! 🤍 - #5 - Casio Privia PXS3000 - 6:40 Get one here! 🤍 - #6 - Roland RD-2000 - 7:59 Get one here! 🤍 - The results - 9:25 - Kaitlyn's Favorite - 9:48 - Tips for choosing a keyboard - 10:02 The goal for this lesson was to determine how much the price of a keyboard makes a difference in the quality and feel. Hopefully, you got some good tips! Brand new to the piano? Click here for your first 4 lessons FREE: ►🤍 Start learning songs with our FREE series: ►🤍 Follow us: ►Facebook: 🤍 ►Instagram: 🤍 ►TikTok: 🤍 ► The Note Blog: 🤍 Follow Lisa: ► Instagram: 🤍 Check out Lisa’s favorite products here ► 🤍 ABOUT LISA: Lisa Witt has been teaching piano for +20 years and in that time has helped hundreds of thousands of students learn to play the songs they love. Lisa received classical piano training through the Royal Conservatory of Music, but she has since embraced popular music and playing by ear in order to accompany herself and others. She is a songwriter and recording artist. Lisa’s contagious enthusiasm will have you excited to practice and return to the keys for your next lesson. Her teaching style focuses on you, making lessons encouraging and fun. *Some product listings may contain affiliate links. We may earn a small commission from the seller for any purchases made at no additional cost to the viewer.
Here we have Graham Blackledge showing you around the value for money Roland RP102 digital piano. This Roland RP-102 digital piano has some amazing features for the price. In my video you can see some of the great sounds it has as well as dual sound, split keyboard and rhythms with accompaniments. Externally this is in a nice contemporary black finish with nice chrome looking pedals and logo. It has a pull out lid to help protect the keys and is a lovely compact size cabinet. To get the best from this piano you will need to connect it to a tablet or smart phone as this accesses functions very easily and allows you to adjust balances, brilliance and reverb too! For the price this piano is amazing value for money. Graham Blackledge - Rimmers Music You can find out more about this and other pianos on Rimmers Music website. Here is a link for you: 🤍 We are also here: Rimmers Music Website: 🤍 Rimmers Music Blogs: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Rimmers Music Tel: 01772 622111 Rimmers Music Email: customerservice🤍rimmersmusic.co.uk Don't Forget To Subscribe To Our YouTube Channel By Following This Link: 🤍 #rolandrp102 #rolanduk #rolandpianos #rimmersmusic #pianos #pianist #pianists #pianoteacher
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Find exclusive Roland RP102 BUNDLES at Kraft Music: 🤍 Alicia Baker from Roland US performs on the RP102 digital piano at Kraft Music. Want to learn more about the RP102? 🤍 The Roland RP102 digital piano offers quality piano performance and onboard practice features in an affordable, space-saving instrument. With its 88-key weighted keyboard and SuperNATURAL Piano technology for authentic piano tone, the RP102 is ideal as a first piano for the home and in other music education settings. Among other helpful features, Bluetooth connectivity provides wireless communication with music apps on smartphones and tablets. Get more for your money with an exclusive Roland RP102 digital piano bundle from Kraft Music. These package deals include the accessories you'll need to get the most out of your new digital piano, all for one low price. If you have any questions, please give us a call. Our knowledgeable Sales Advisors will be happy to assist in choosing the bundle that's right for you!
🛒 Get the Yamaha P45 Digital Piano▸🤍 🛒 Get the Roland FP10 Digital Piano▸🤍 0:00 - Intro 2:02 - Sound 15:56 - Action 22:54 - Features 🛒 Get the Yamaha P45 Digital Piano▸🤍 🛒 See More Yamaha Digital Pianos▸ 🤍 🛒 See More Roland Digital Pianos▸ 🤍 🍁For Canadian Customers Click Here for the Roland FP-10▸🤍 💕 Subscribe to Merriam Pianos HERE ▸ 🤍 🔔 Click the 🔔 bell to be notified of all videos! ▸ 🤍 Alternative Options - Comparable Digital Pianos 🛒 Korg B2▸🤍 🛒 Kawai ES110▸🤍 🛒 Casio PX-S1000▸🤍 🛒 Yamaha P-125▸🤍 🛒 Casio PX160▸🤍 🛒 Yamaha P-115▸🤍 🛒 Roland FP-30▸🤍 🛒 Roland Go▸🤍 #P45 #FP10 #Yamaha Hello everyone and welcome to another comparison video here at Merriam Pianos. Today, we’re going to be comparing two titans of the entry level market, the Roland FP10 and the Yamaha P45. This video has been requested several times in the comment threads of our other videos, so we’re really excited to have this for you. Given that these two instruments are priced almost exactly the same, and frankly look very similar, some people might assume that they’re essentially going to deliver the same experience. This is definitely not the case, and we’re going to outline exactly what sets these instruments apart in this video. Tone Engine and Sound: The Yamaha P45 uses Yamaha’s AWS synthesis which sounds reasonably full, albeit if a little bit on the brighter side, though this tends to be the case with Yamaha’s acoustic pianos as well. There are 2 speakers with 6 watts of power each, which should be enough for home use, especially given that the piano only weighs about 25 lbs. You will be able to get a better tone using a set of headphones, but the speakers should still be adequate for most solo playing. Polyphony on the P45 is 64, which is on the lower side of what is generally available among any digital piano available on the market. The Roland FP10 uses Roland’s SuperNATURAL sound engine, and features 96 note polyphony. Despite the exact same power output with two 6 watt speakers, the FP10 sounds noticeably more complex than the P45. The FP10 is also fully compatible with Roland’s Piano Designer app via Bluetooth MIDI, which opens up a host of editable parameters, such as string resonance and lid opening position. Piano Action: The P45 features Yamaha’s GHS action. This is an action that Yamaha has been using on their instruments for a little while now. This action is on the simpler side in terms of what’s available on the market, and this is especially apparent when playing it against the FP10. A real positive about this action is there’s very little lateral motion, meaning the key doesn’t knock back and forth when depressed. This action does not feature escapement, which won’t matter to some, but may be a drawback to someone who is used to playing on a grand piano. Another thing to note is that the GHS uses a double sensor. For a lot of use this is sufficient, but if your intention was to say use the P45 as a controller to trigger MIDI samples, the double sensor won’t deliver a particularly accurate MIDI output for professional use. Piano Features: When it comes to the peripherals and accessories that these two pianos come with, there’s lots of similarities to be found. Both instruments come with a plastic music desk, essentially the same powered speakers, both are compatible with a matching wooden stand, and neither instrument is compatible with a triple pedal unit. The standard sustain pedals included with both instruments don’t really move the needle too much, so it’s definitely a good idea to upgrade to one of the better sustain pedal options each manufacturer offers. Conclusions: First of all, there’s going to be some subjective preference for one piano’s sound versus the other. Beyond that, if you’re someone who has traditionally gone with Yamaha due to past experience or the general perception that they make great products, the P45 probably won’t disappoint. With that being said, if you’re open to other options, for about the same price, the FP10 is going to provide a superior action, more complex tone, and the convenience of a Bluetooth radio. Connect with Merriam Music: ● Website ▸ 🤍 ● Contact Us ▸ 🤍 ● Instagram ▸ 🤍 ● Facebook ▸ 🤍 ● Twitter ▸ 🤍
Find exclusive Roland RD-2000 BUNDLES at Kraft Music: 🤍 Scott Tibbs from Roland tears up the RD-2000 at Kraft Music. Want to learn more? 🤍 The Roland RD-2000 stage piano is a dream come true for the performing keyboardist, delivering unmatched performance on stage and in the studio. A dedicated acoustic piano sound engine along with a second independent engine for electric pianos and other instruments provide a wealth of top-quality sounds. The RD-2000's PHA-50 hammer-action keyboard uses a hybrid wood and molded construction for premium touch and lasting durability, while knobs, sliders, a pitch/mod lever, and wheel controllers offer real-time control of sounds and effects. In addition, the RD-2000 features eight fully-assignable zones and two wave expansion slots for loading additional sounds from Roland's Axial website. Get more for your money with an exclusive Roland RD-2000 stage piano BUNDLE from Kraft Music. These package deals include the accessories you'll need to get the most out of your new piano - at home, on stage, or in the studio. If you have any questions, please give us a call. Our knowledgeable sales advisors will be happy to assist in choosing the BUNDLE that's right for you!
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Here we have Graham Blackledge walking you around the Roland GP609PE Digital Grand Piano | Polished Ebony This digital baby grand piano is amazing. It looks fantastic in its baby grand polished ebony cabinet and has some additional benefits to a standard baby grand. The speaker system is awesome enhanced by the cabinet and soundboard on this piano. You can also play with headphones and the bluetooth, midi, audio and usb connecting make this very versatile. The key action is very responsive and has 100 levels of adjustment you can make too! By connecting this to the Roland apps 'Piano Partner 2' and the 'Piano Designer' you can access additional features such as ear tests, music scores on the screen of your table or phone; and even rhythms and accompaniments you can use! From the beautiful piano sound to a synth brass with a backing track this piano looks great, sounds amazing and it extremely versatile. I think this is excellent value for money. Graham Blackledge - Rimmers Music Width: 1,445 mm (56-15/16 inches) Depth: 1,501 mm (59-1/8 inches) Height: with lid open:1,569 mm (61-13/16 inches) Height: with lid closed:996 mm (39-1/4 inches) You can find out more about this and other pianos on Rimmers Music website. Here is a link for you: 🤍 We are also here: Rimmers Music Website: 🤍 Rimmers Music Blogs: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Rimmers Music Tel: 01772 622111 Rimmers Music Email: customerservice🤍rimmersmusic.co.uk Don't Forget To Subscribe To Our YouTube Channel By Following This Link: 🤍 #rolandgp609 #rolanduk #rolandpianos #rimmersmusic #pianos #pianist #pianists #pianoteacher
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For pricing, photos, downloads and more, visit: 🤍 Ideal as a praise band or jazz band piano, a compact studio instrument or a portable practice piano, the Roland FP-90X digital piano delivers a host of high-end features in a slim and stylish – yet rugged - cabinet. Visit a Riverton Store: 🤍 Sign Up for our "Piano Monthly" Email Newsletter: 🤍 Riverton Piano Company: 🤍 • All Our Social Media Links • Main Channel: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Pinterest: 🤍 • Business Contact • For Inquiries, please email: info🤍rivertonpiano.com Thanks for watching! #Roland #keyboard #digitalpiano #worship #church #jazzband #stage #piano
If you like music, you might want to check out my second channel "Milan Recording Studios". Feel free to subscribe and hit the bell icon if you want to! 🤍 While I am overall a big fan of Roland, and use many Roland products in the studio which I am pleased with, like keyboard amplifiers and digital organs, I have found Roland's digital pianos to be rather mediocre to me. They don't inspire or amaze me with realistic, authentic sounds, and the user interface of the RD line in particular is convoluted and difficult to master, in my opinion. While I do not hate Roland's digital pianos, I also do not love them, and so the RD-88 falls into a neutral territory for me. One truly negative thing I do have to say about the RD-88 is that it has the least consistent volumes of any digital piano I have tried, and recording with it is a nightmare. The piano sounds are whisper quiet, but the EP sounds are considerably louder. It's so extreme that one patch can be recorded just fine, but the very next sound, in the same bank, causes my audio interface to peak like crazy! It gives me very little confidence while recording with the RD-88, and while it might be OK for a live situation, if you plan on doing any recording at all, I'd suggest avoiding the RD-88. It's too difficult to work with.
Instantly unlock the creative power of your Roland digital piano with the FREE Roland Piano App for iOS and Android. Completely redesigned to streamline your work flow and make learning to play faster and more fun than ever before, the Roland Piano App represents the next generation in Bluetooth piano connectivity. Download the app here: 🤍 #Roland #PianoApp #APP #Bluetooth #digitalpiano #tutorial Find the latest compatibility information here: 🤍 Visit a Riverton Store: 🤍 Sign Up for our "Piano Monthly" Email Newsletter: 🤍 Riverton Piano Company: 🤍 • All Our Social Media Links • Main Channel: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Pinterest: 🤍 • Business Contact • For Inquiries, please email: info🤍rivertonpiano.com Thanks for watching!
We've selected 3 digital pianos that are fantastic for beginners and great value for money. So in Andertons fashion, we are going to shoot them off in a beginner piano battle! featuring, the Roland Go:Piano, Casio CDP-S100 and Korg B2! | 🤍 » Roland GO:Piano 88 Key Digital Piano | 🤍 » Casio CDP-S100 Portable Digital Piano in Black | 🤍 » Korg B2 Digital Piano in White | 🤍 » Korg B2 Digital Piano in White With Stand & Pedalboard | 🤍 Like with guitars, synthesizers, and other musical instruments, we are now spoiled for choice when it comes to affordable, entry-level options for digital pianos. In today's video we have selected three pianos that are between £299 and £339, the Roland Go:Piano, the Casio CDP-S100 and the Korg B2. Jack goes through the pros and cons of each pianos and shoots them out in this beginner piano battle! 🎥 Looking to watch something else? Check out our previous episode! » 🤍 ⏰ Timestamps ⏰ » 0:00 Intro Playing on the Roland, Casio and Korg » 1:00 Let's Start with the Roland GO:Piano 88 » 2:40 Going Through the Different Sounds and Features » 5:13 On to the Casio CDP-S100 » 8:12 Going Through the Different Sounds and Features » 9:51 Finally, the Korg B2 » 11:58 Going Through the Different Sounds and Features » 13:23 Final Thoughts 📺 Looking for more exclusive content? Sign up to Andertons Extra! » 🤍 📱 Why not give us a follow on our social channels? » Instagram | 🤍 » Facebook | 🤍 » Twitter | 🤍 🎸 Want To Jam Along? Check out our Backing Tracks! » 🤍 👕 Buy A T-Shirt 👕 | 🤍 You've watched the videos & seen the store, now join the Andertons Family with our exclusive, official merchandise! With free UK delivery on all orders containing only a T-Shirt, Hoodie or Jumper & super low international shipping costs, there is no better time to be an Andertons fan than now! Make sure to subscribe to Andertons TV for more great videos! Andertons Guitar & Bass YouTube Channel: 🤍 Andertons Synths, Keys & Tech YouTube Channel: 🤍 Andertons Drummers YouTube Channel: 🤍 Andertons Shopping Website: 🤍 #Andertons #BeginnerPiano #DigitalPiano
If you’re learning piano as a new hobby or just looking to start playing again, you want to pick an instrument that matches your style. While some traditional pianos can look out of place with modern furnishings, the F701 is made with the contemporary home in mind, offering a stylish, understated cabinet and compact size that fits easily in smaller spaces. Yet while the minimal aesthetic seamlessly blends with your décor and subtly enhances the look of any room. Join us as we take a closer look at the Roland F701. 00:00 Intro 00:54 F701 Overview -PIANO DEMOS- 06:25 Concert Piano 06:55 Ballad Piano 07:16 Mellow Piano 07:43 Bright Piano 08:08 Upright Piano 08:32 Mellow Upright 08:57 Bright Upright 09:22 Rock Piano 09:47 Ragtime Piano 10:13 Fortepiano 10:37 Mellow Forte 11:02 Bright Forte 11:26 Harpsichord 11:51 Harpsi 8’+4’ -ELECTRIC PIANO DEMOS- 12:17 1976SuitCase 12:42 Tremolo EP 13:08 Pop EP 13:31 Vintage EP 13:56 FM E.Piano 14:19 EP Belle 14:37 60’s EP 15:01 Clav. 15:24 Stage Phaser 15:46 70’s EP -SELECT STRING DEMOS- 16:09, 16:21, 16:37, 16:58, 17:16, 17:34 -SELECT ORGAN DEMOS- 17:45, 17:54, 18:05, 18:21, 18:38, 18:54, 19:11, 19:29, 19:38 19:34 After Playing Discussion Purchase the Roland F701 →🤍 Download our free piano buyers guide here → 🤍 Store Locations: San Antonio/Austin → 🤍 St. Louis Kawai Gallery → 🤍 Kansas City Kawai Gallery → https://kawai-piano-gallery-of-kansas-city ? Talk to an expert here → 🤍 ♪ Contact us: 🤍 ♩ Call toll-free: (844)251-1922 ♬ Connect: Twitter → 🤍 Instagram → 🤍 Facebook → 🤍
🛒 Get the Roland FP-90X Digital Piano▸🤍 🛒 See More Roland Digital Pianos▸ 🤍 💕 Subscribe to Merriam Pianos HERE ▸ 🤍 🔔 Click the 🔔 bell to be notified of all videos! ▸ 🤍 Comparable Alternatives: 🛒 Roland FP-60X▸🤍 🛒 Yamaha P515▸🤍 🛒 Kawai ES920▸🤍 🛒 Yamaha DGX-660▸🤍 #FP-90X #roland #digitalpiano Hi everybody and thanks for joining us at the Merriam Pianos YouTube channel! Whether you’re a returning viewer of here for the first time we’re happy to have you! Today we’ve got episode 4 in our ongoing piano FAQ series as we tackle the most commonly asked questions with regards to the Roland FP90X. Current and prospective owners should find this video helpful. Please like, subscribe and hit that notification bell! FAQ #1: How Much does the FP90X Cost? Here in Canada, a new FP90X retails for $3,499.99+HST for just the slab. In the States, it retails for about $3,000 USD, so you can use these two benchmarks to adjust to your own local currency wherever you happen to be located. FAQ #2: Is the FP90X Worth the Money? This is a great question because there are a number of very capable slab digital pianos out there that cost much less than the FP90X. Even the FP60X is a great instrument that costs quite a bit less, and of course, the Kawai ES920 and Yamaha P515 are also quite a bit less expensive. Why would it make sense for someone to spring for the FP90X? The action would be the big thing as many would agree that the PHA50 is the best action available in a portable all-in-one digital piano. The FP90X is also equipped with the PureAcoustic sound engine, the most advanced sound engine Roland makes. The FP90X also has a robust 4-speaker, a 60-watt system that out specs anything else in the category and means performers can often get away without needing an amp for extra power. If you’re a singer, the FP90X has a mic input which, combined with the excellent speaker system, and the FP90X could be very enticing. FAQ #3: When were the FP90 and FP90X released? The original FP90 came out in the fall of 2016, and the updated FP90X came out in early 2021. Our guess is that the FP90X will have a 4 or 5 year production cycle from there. FAQ #4: What is the Weight/Dimensions of the FP90X? The FP90X is 52.8” wide, 15.3” deep, 5.4” in height and weighs 52 lbs. FAQ #5: What are the Differences Between the FP90 and FP90X? The first big thing to note is a significant speaker enhancement, with the FP90X receiving a superiorly designed system. They also added the BMC sound chip, which helps produce a more complex tone across all of the patches and sound engines. The sound engine has been upgraded to the PureAcsoutic engine, the top engine Roland produces. They also included the new My Stage feature and have added a built-in USB Audio interface. FAQ #6: PHA50 - Which Models Have It? How many portable Roland pianos feature the PHA50 action, to be more specific. The answer is 3. The FP90X, RD2000 and FANTOM 8 are the only 3 portable models outfitted with the PHA50. The FP90X is the only one of the 3 with built-in speakers, which is important to note. FAQ #7: How do you Take Apart the FP90X? Disclaimer, don’t do this. If you do, this will void your warranty should you ever require warranty coverage. FAQ #8: How do you Connect the FP90X to Bluetooth MIDI? The first step is to press the Function key and turn the Bluetooth radio on. From there, you press and hold the Function key which will start the pairing process on the FP90X. Next, open up the Roland Piano Every Day App on your phone, enter the Connection Dialogue screen and select FP90X MIDI. FAQ #9: How do you Connect the FP90X to a Computer? You can connect the FP90X to a computer by plugging it into a computer with a USB cable, and this gives you both a USB MIDI and USB Audio connection. FAQ #10: What Digital Pianos Compare Well to the FP90X? If you are considering the FP90X, what other instruments should you be looking at for comparison? Surprisingly, there aren’t really any perfectly comparable instruments to the FP90X. Few high-end stage pianos have built-in speakers, so the FP90X falls into the all-in-one portable digital piano category. The closest Yamaha comparison would be the Yamaha P515, but the FP90X is an objectively superior machine in almost every way and as such, costs significantly more. The closest Kawai comparison would be the ES920, and this is a closer comparison due to the strength of the ES920’s sound engine, but again, not a perfect comparison as the FP90X still out specs the ES920 and costs more. Thanks so much for watching!
Roland's newest home piano offering is finally in-stock and ready to review! Perfect for beginners and those getting back into piano, the RP107 is a great option that ticks all the boxes. Shop now: 🤍 00:00 Intro 01:15 Authentic Piano Sound 02:49 Sounds and Examples 03:47 Action and Feel 05:30 Bluetooth compatibility 06:05 Roland Piano App 07:20 Summary
More videos like this Roland RD-88 88-key Stage Piano Demo 👉 🤍 Shop for the Roland RD-88 at Sweetwater 👉 🤍 Roland is on the cutting edge of evolving digital piano technology, and they’ve packed their latest stage piano, the RD-88, with renowned RD sound and playability in a lighter weight, more affordable instrument. For decades, pro keyboardists have trusted RD pianos have been trusted by professionals, gig after gig, on stages worldwide. Now, the RD-88 gives you the premium ivory feel of Roland’s PHA-4 Standard weighted action with escapement, along with their powerful next-generation ZEN-Core sound engine with SuperNATURAL acoustic and electric pianos. The interface, optimized for live performance, is quick and easy to use onstage with hands-on real-time controls and three zones with Apple MainStage integration. After you watch, check out Sweetwater.com today for all your music instrument and pro audio needs! 👉 🤍 0:00 - Intro 0:27 - Concert Grand Piano 0:41 - Bright Concert Piano 1:08 - Mellow Concert Piano 1:40 - Concert Jazz Piano 2:10 - Concert Reflect 2 Piano 2:48 - Grand Plus Bell 3:29 - Piano Flutter 5:07 - Tine EP Mk II 6:19 - Chorus Tine 7:24 - Roland RD-88 Split Function 8:40 - Split Vs. Dual Modes 10:10 - Roland RD-88 Wheel Demo 10:38 - Clav Funk 11:07 - Vibraphone 11:30 - Marimba 11:52 - VK Organ 1 12:02 - Rotary Organ 12:34 - Draw Bar Examples 13:18 - VK Organ 2 13:32 - Strings 14:08 - Strings Layered With Brass 14:55 - Tremolo Strings 15:38 - OB Strings 1 16:44 - Juno Strings 17:20 - Choir Sounds 18:31 - Customize Scene Presets 18:57 - Rythym Bank 21:19 - Internal Speakers 22:30 - Thanks For Watching! #Sweetwater #Roland
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🛒 Shop All Digital Pianos ▸🤍 🛒 Shop Roland Digital Pianos ▸🤍 🛒 Shop Casio Digital Pianos▸ 🤍 🛒 Shop Kawai Digital Pianos ▸🤍 💕 Subscribe to Merriam Pianos HERE ▸ 🤍 🔔 Click the 🔔 bell to be notified of all videos! ▸ 🤍 #digitalpiano #piano #digitalpianos 0:00 - Video Introduction “Is It Worth It To Spend More On A Digital Piano?” 1:13 - Opening Playing Demo on Roland FP30x 1:35 - Video Overview 3:30 - What do digital pianos cost? 5:26 - Piano touch v.s. piano sound 8:22 - Discussion on digital piano actions 9:56 - Low to Mid Range Digital pianos 11:35 - Digital Pianos - $2000 and up… 13:15 - High-end Home Digital Pianos 15:16 - Conclusions 16:28 - Outro Welcome to the Merriam Pianos YouTube channel. In this video we’re going to tackle the question of whether or not it’s worth it to purchase an expensive digital piano as opposed to a more basic digital piano. Is it worth it to spend the money on an expensive digital piano? Let’s find out. Please like, subscribe and hit that notification bell! Background As we get into back to school season here, many families will be shopping for a piano for the first time. Let’s say you’ve already decided to go digital. The next question is whether or not it’s worth it to spend some extra money on a nicer digital piano. Like most subjects, there’s no simple answer to this question here. For a parent purchasing a piano for a young beginner, the answer is going to be different than for the professional, and that too will be different for a variety of other types of customers. In this video, we’ll be focusing on parents and hobbyists getting into piano lessons for the first time. How Much Does A Digital Piano Cost? For the purposes of this video, we’ll be speaking specifically about 88-key weighted action digital pianos. There are options out there starting around $500 for a new digital piano, but for something from one of the big manufacturers such as Casio, Roland, Yamaha and Kawai, digital pianos start around $700. Touch vs Sound On digital pianos we think people should prioritize touch, whereas on an acoustic piano we generally recommend prioritizing sound. As such, we recommend making the key action the main point of focus when shopping for a digital piano. Most teachers are going to agree with this advice as well since developing a sense of control and nuance with regards to touch is probably the single most important thing for a beginner to focus on. There are some great actions that can be had for a pretty affordable price, especially the PHA4 action from Roland. Moving Up In Price Getting into the $1,000-$1,500 price range and suddenly you can prioritize both touch and speaker quality. At this point, most players are still primarily playing without headphones, so getting a good set of speakers that can deliver solid sound becomes a bigger consideration than the tone engine itself. $2,000 - $2,5000 Once you’re above $2,000 in price, it’s only going to make sense to go with an instrument in this category for a beginner is if there’s multiple family members who may be playing piano at some point, or if you’re looking for a longer term investment. Pianos in this category have very good key actions and speaker systems along with more complex sound engines. The built quality here is also going to be better overall. High-End Digital Pianos Above $3,000, we’re now into very advanced digital pianos with some of the best components available. Beginners are going to have a tough time discerning the differences in this price point from lower price points, and as such, it’s not as common for a beginner to jump into this category. Wrap Up These are the categories of digital piano you’ll encounter when shopping for a digital piano for a beginner player. We hope that this provides some clarity and helps in answering the question of whether or not it’s worth it to spend more on a digital piano for your family. Connect with Merriam Music: ● Website ▸ 🤍 ● Contact Us ▸ 🤍 ● Instagram ▸ 🤍 ● Facebook ▸ 🤍 ● Twitter ▸ 🤍
Overview - 1:24 Sound - 5:03 Action - 20:50 Features - 25:51 🛒 Get the Roland HP704▸🤍 🛒 See More Roland Digital Pianos▸ 🤍 💕 Subscribe to Merriam Pianos HERE ▸ 🤍 🔔 Click the 🔔 bell to be notified of all videos! ▸ 🤍 #HP704 #Roland #DigitalPiano Hello and thanks for being here at the Merriam Pianos YouTube channel for another piano review. Today, we’ve got a full review of the fairly recently released Roland HP704. This is Roland’s top HP model, and essentially represents one of the entry points to the top half of Roland’s lineup. If this is your first time to the channel, please like, subscribe and hit the notification bell! Piano Overview Roland’s top home line is their LX line, which features their top action, sound technology, speakers and cabinetry. The HP line is next up, and the HP704 represents the top HP offering. While not as advanced as the LX series instruments, the HP704 is still a professional quality, upper tier instrument. Piano Sound Roland has loaded up the HP704 with their SuperNATURAL modeled piano engine. This was their top engine until recently with the release of the PureAcoustic engine, but the SuperNATURAL engine is still a highly relevant, highly musical engine. It offers limitless polyphony on acoustic piano tones, and 384 notes on all other patches. The Piano Designer function allows the user to edit a whole bunch of effects, such as key touch, ambience, brilliance, master tuning, and many more. There’s 324 total on-board sounds, basically all of professional quality, and the LCD user interface makes it super easy to navigate the various sounds. In terms of the speakers, the HP704 has 4 speakers, driven by 60 watts of power via two amplifiers. This is enough power to fill a small or medium sized room no problem. Overall, the sound engine and speaker combination makes for a very pleasing, authentic experience. Piano Action One of the big upgrades over the HP702 is that the HP704 is outfitted with Roland’s PHA50, as opposed to the PHA4 found in the 702. The PHA4 is a plastic action, while the PHA50 is a wood/plastic hybrid that feels closer to an acoustic piano. This action features a triple sensor for more accurate MIDI output, as well as escapement. I personally own and gig with an RD2000, so I’m very familiar with this action. I can say from experience that this is a super durable action, and even after 1000’s of hours of use, there’s no unwanted key noise or clicking. If you’re looking at a long term investment, the action might be a strong reason to spring for the HP704 as opposed as the HP702 given the greater durability. Piano Features The HP704 is compatible with Roland’s new Piano Every Day app. It’s essentially an education app that also functions as a practice journal that should be helpful for new learners. There’s also a super useful and intuitive auto-accompaniment feature that’s a ton of fun. In terms of connectivity, the HP704 has dual ¼” outputs, 2 headphone jacks, USB type A and B, as well as a line in, not to mention both Bluetooth MIDI and Audio. The HP704 is available in a remarkable 5 finishes; satin black, white, light oak, dark rosewood, as well as polished ebony (which commands a $1,000 premium.) The cabinetry and finish quality is excellent, so the HP704 won’t look out of place in a nice room. Conclusion This is a fine instrument that compares very well against other competitors in it’s class. Definitely check it out next time you’re in a piano showroom! Connect with Merriam Music: ● Website ▸ 🤍 ● Contact Us ▸ 🤍 ● Instagram ▸ 🤍 ● Facebook ▸ 🤍 ● Twitter ▸ 🤍
Shop the FP-60X digital piano from Roland 👉 🤍 More videos like Roland FP-60X Digital Piano Demo 👉 🤍 If you‘re wondering what video gear we use, check it out 👉 🤍 The Roland FP-60X captures the finest elements of Roland‘s award-winning FP series digital pianos. Sweetwater‘s Jacob Dupre shows off this refined grand piano playing experience driven by Roland’s PHA-4 Standard keyboard with Progressive Hammer Action for a heftier feel in the bass and a lighter action up top. The FP-60X features Roland‘s SuperNATURAL piano sound engine, 256-voice polyphony, and an onboard speaker system that’s ideal for home playing and live performances. What‘s more, the FP-60X also offers expansive connectivity with audio and MIDI via Bluetooth and USB, so you can integrate the FP-60X with computer-based DAW setups and even stream wirelessly to and from your smart device. Check it out! After you watch, check out Sweetwater.com today for all your music instrument and pro audio needs! 👉 🤍 #Sweetwater #Roland #fp60x 0:00 Hold your breath, Make a wish, Count to three... 1:14 The Roland FP-60X 4:39 Let's Hear The Sounds 4:42 Pianos 7:45 Electric Pianos 9:36 Organs 11:57 Strings 13:34 Pads 15:09 Synth/Other 18:43 This sound is the most fun of all 20:00 GM Tones 25:30 More features 28:04 Thanks for watching!
V-Piano Expansion 01 German Concert lets you fill the Roland RD-2000 digital stage piano with the rich, resonant sound of a famous German concert grand piano. In this video, enjoy pianist 🤍Yohan Kim perform using a range of tones, including Rhodes, clav, and grand piano sounds. Leveraging V-Piano engine enhancements, the German Concert expansion includes a full-voice polyphony instrument and presents the legendary character of the grand piano from the audience perspective of a world-class concert hall. Take complete control over your performance with individual note tuning and tweaking, including tone color, string and damper resonance, hammer noise, duplex scaling, and more. And because the sounds are modeled and not samples, you can create variations not possible with acoustic pianos. Want even more sounds? Explore 17 new ready-to-play V-Piano patches within the expansion as well. RD-2000 Version 2.0 elevates the popular stage piano with German D-style grand piano sound. V2.0 update also brings Roland Cloud connectivity to the RD-2000 for even more expansion possibilities that will enhance any live performance. To learn more about V-Piano Expansion 01 German Concert, please visit: 🤍 To update to Version 2.0, please visit: 🤍 To learn more about Roland Cloud, please visit: 🤍 About the RD-2000 The RD-2000 stage piano delivers unmatched performance on stage and in the studio thanks to its two independent sound engines, premium action, and advanced controller features. To learn more about the RD-2000, please visit: 🤍 #roland #rd2000 #yohankim
In this video, I test and review the digital piano Roland FRP-1. In this short product review, we cover the feel of the keys, and the quality of the sounds and explain in detail if we can recommend this instrument to our piano students. For more specific content to help you learn in the fastest and easiest way possible check out: Beginner Piano Course: 🤍 Intermediate Piano Course: 🤍 Beginner Voice Course 🤍 Instrument Purchasing Guides: 🤍 Practice tips videos: 🤍 Resources for Parents: 🤍 The Hit Music Studio is a South Florida based Music School with 2 locations in Broward County dedicated to teach young musicians current songs in the fastest and easiest way possible. We have been in business since 2007 and serve over 700 weekly students in our 2 physical locations in Broward County Florida. We specialize in Piano, Voice, Guitar, Ukulele and Drum lessons for kids. The Hit Music Studio on social media: 🤍thehitmusicstudio.com 🤍instagram.com/thehitmusicstudio facebook.com/thehitmusicstudio If you are interested in taking lessons at our physical locations you can find us at Pines Location 17035 Pines Blvd Pembroke Pines Fl 33027 954-432-3900 Davie Location 11340 West State Rd 84 Davie Fl 33325 954-990-7977 About This Video
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