Featuring the same authentic piano sound and design as Roland's flagship FP-7, the FP-4 is a more affordable and streamlined version. It delivers concert piano sounds with the intricate details of an ... Read More
Featuring the same authentic piano sound and design as Roland's flagship FP-7, the FP-4 is a more affordable and streamlined version. It delivers concert piano sounds with the intricate details of an acoustic piano. You get touches like hammer and damper noise and string and key-off resonance, all delivered with a powerful 88-key multi-sampled piano sound engine. These authentic piano sounds are matched by the play of the Progressive Hammer Action II keyboard. It has a 128-voice polyphony, delivers rich sound through the integrated speaker system, and comes with a large variety of Session Partner accompaniment patterns (each with two variations) for full-band accompaniment.
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The FP-4 is true to Roland's quality of sound; it has some nice piano voices and great organ voices. I'm traditionally an acoustic piano player so this was a good compromise. Transposing and layering the sounds are easy to do. When playing on stage in lights or in a darker setting, the function keys have red lights that make the display easy to see and change while performing; not so with others I've tried. I'd compare this to the Korg SP500, whose key reaction feels better to me than the Roland FP-4, but it's sound is not as good. I'm trying out the Roland RD-300 next as it's supposed to be comparable to the other two in price and features.
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