Roland intros RD-GX Series of digital pianos


Roland has introduced two new digital pianos in the RD-GX range. Both feature 88-note fully weighted keyboards. The RD-700GX features Roland’s fully weighted PHA II Ivory Feel keyboard with Escapement, while the RD-300GX offers PHA alpha II.

The RD-GX Piano Designer feature allows the editing of piano sound parameters such as Hammer Noise, Damper Resonance, Duplex Scale, and more.

The RD-300GX features 110 normal tones, while the RD-700GX has 242, including a range of other keyboard instruments. They both have 128 notes polyphony, multi-effects, as well as a number of assignable controls which means the keyboards could also be used as controllers or for basic synth work. The RD-700GX also features three MIDI out ports, and multi-zone keyboard set-up.

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They both have the ability to play audio files directly from an attached USB memory stick, with the lower fifteen keys of the keyboard assignable to music controls.

Additionally players can connect directly to a PC via USB and tap into Cakewalk SONAR LE software, which comes included in every RD-GX package.

Product pages: RD-700GX RD-300GX