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The Roland FP-30 is a portable, 88-key digital piano with Roland’s cutting-edge SuperNATURAL piano modeling engine, PHA-4 hammer-action keyboard, Bluetooth and USB support, plus practice and recording features
Chosen by 150,000 discerning players and counting, the portable and versatile Roland FP-30 can handle any musical scenario—stage, studio, music class, or home—thanks to SuperNATURAL Piano modeling, Roland’s premier sound engine, and the 88-key, PH4-A hammer-action keyboard. Along with authentic grand piano sounds, the FP-30 has seven electric pianos and 22 additional instruments, plus drum patterns. For home entertainment, its sleek, elegant styling and your choice of white or black finish make it a welcome addition to any room decor. Rich in features, the FP-30 includes practice and recording functions, and Bluetooth wireless support for working with popular music apps. The FP-30 delivers a peak musical experience previously unattainable in such a streamlined and affordable package..
*The Bluetooth feature may not be available, depending on the country where the product is purchased
Expressive capabilities with PHA-4 keyboard and progressive-action pedals
From beginners to seasoned performers, the FP-30’s PHA-4 Standard keyboard brings out the best in your playing. And with fast-key repetition and high-resolution sensing, this responsive keyboard was designed to satisfy the most demanding pianists—so you won’t need to upgrade as your technique improves. The keys even replicate the look and feel of real ebony and ivory, and their textured, moisture-absorbing properties mean your fingers won’t slide off.
No stranger to innovation, starting with the world’s first touch-sensitive electronic piano in 1974, and the first to offer the ability to bend audio with VariPhrase technology in 2,000, Roland has been racking up the firsts ever since. The latest being their SuperNATURAL Piano Modeling technology, which offers unlimited polyphony and supremely realistic piano sound brought to life by the expressive touch of the PHA-4 keyboard. The combination of these advances provides a playing experience that will satisfy all, from beginner to accomplished pianist.
There’s no doubt that a great sound makes you play better. That’s why Roland engineers chose to refine modeling technology oversampling. The FP-30’s SuperNATURAL technology captures the essence of an acoustic piano in every note. Unlike sample-based digital pianos, Roland’s SuperNATURAL Piano Modeling technology replicates the entire sound creation process of an acoustic piano—including the combination of notes played, their resonance, and the interaction between myriad elements—for a rich, complex sound that responds to your touch.
When we say that a digital keyboard can satisfy both amateur and professional, we’re not just talking about sound quality. As any classical pianist will tell you, escapement, s an essential feature that without it, would disqualify a digital piano as an option.
Escapement, also known as “let-off,” is what allows the hammer to be released (escape) after it strikes the string, even if the key is still depressed. Without this “single escapement,” the hammer would be held against the string (muting its vibrations) for as long as the key was depressed. What’s unique about the escapement is the feel it has when you press a key. It has a specific “clicking” feel when a key is depressed about halfway down, which is an integral characteristic of acoustic piano action.
The escapement action and clicking feel, typically found only on high-end digital pianos, is a feature found all Roland digital pianos, regardless of price point, which makes the FP-30 that much more of an incredible value—and enables experienced pianists to seamlessly transition from acoustic to Roland digital pianos, and conversely, students who learned on digital pianos to play acoustic pianos without having to alter their technique.
Thanks to its modern digital engine, the FP-30 goes far beyond any acoustic piano, bringing more fun and productivity to your playing sessions. Non-piano sounds like organs, strings, and voices let you enjoy all types of music styles, and a variety of drum patterns are on board to back you up. It’s even possible to layer two sounds together or play different sounds with each hand. Bluetooth wireless is built in for working with MIDI music apps on mobile devices, while USB support enables you to play along with favorite tunes and save SMF songs captured with the FP-30’s recorder. Twin Piano mode is perfect for private lessons, allowing student and teacher to play side by side in the same octave ranges. And by plugging in headphones, you can get lost in musical journeys day or night without disturbing housemates or neighbors.
Available in white or black, the FP-30 offers a sleek, elegant look that’s a welcome addition to any room. The light, compact design fits in tight living spaces and is easy to move when needed. It’s great beyond the home as well, giving performers and music educators a pro-level instrument that’s incredibly mobile. For a more traditional setup, the optional KSC-70 stand and KPD-70 three-pedal unit provide an integrated look and classic pedal configuration while maintaining a much smaller footprint than a typical upright piano. Another great benefit is that the KPD-70’s foot pedals can be used for hands-free turning of onscreen music pages while using mobile apps such as piaScore and Sheet Music Direct.
Roland FP-30 Specifications:
Stretched Tuning (only for piano tones):
Effects for Piano Tones Only:
*The Bluetooth feature may not be available, depending on the country where the product is purchased.
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Options (sold separately):
USB Flash Memory * * Use USB Flash Memory sold by Roland. We cannot guarantee operation if other products are used.
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