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Roland RD-64 a really mobile hammer-action piano

  • 16 Oct 2021 18:34
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Roland RD-64, good piano, easy transportation

Musicians (pianists in our case) have always been confronted to a cornelian dilemma: with standard instruments available on the market, they constantly had to choose between sound quality and instrument weight. This was true until the Roland RD-64 landed this year in the USA Namm show where it was disclosed.

Weight or quality ? no compromise !

In the past, it was mandatory to have a heavy piano to be allowed to play a hammer action mechanism with a suitable sound. If you ventured to buy a quite light keyboard then it sounded awful. Today things will me much more easier with the RD 64. Roland developed a good compromise between size / weight, good note feeling, comfort on playing, and sound quality. To summarize, pianists will be comfortable by playing this piano and will be delighted by its interesting sound and … its weight of 28,25 lbs (12,7 Kg).

Roland RD-64 characteristics

- 64 keys
- Hammer action
- Supernatural sound.
- Sound bank : Accoustic piano, electric piano, other Roland’s sounds... all what pianists mainly need. 12 presets.
- Polyphony 128
- iPad friendly (no driver required)
- Roland style pitch/mod wheel
- D-Beam infrared control.
- Multi-effect
- Equalizer
- Reverb
- No speaker
- No amplifier
- No sequencer
- 1 Damper pedal
- 2 Switch / expression pedals
- Audio in : 1x stereo RCA
- Audio out : 2 x 1/4" Jack, 1 x 1/4" headphone
- Midi out
- USB

           


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Hannah Wood By, Hannah Wood
Hannah Wood is a holder of M.M in Performance from Ithaca College and Bachelor’s degree in Music from American University. During the course of her career, he has had the opportunity to be associated with multiple orchestras in various permanent and freelancing roles. Working as a Sub, Regular or at the Violin Section, he has honed her performance, technical and conducting skills and gained competency in combining her musical skills with peers. He is a winner of the American University Concerto Championship and has been recognized as a Concertmaster from the American University Symphony Orchestra. He loves music and taught herself musical instruments such as trumpet, drums, violin. He has a lot of experience in choosing good and affordable musical instruments.
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