Roland FP-7 Digital Piano  

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Equipped with great sounds and intelligent features, the FP-7 excels at delivering concert piano sounds with the intricate details of an acoustic piano. You get touches like hammer and damper noise an... Read More

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Equipped with great sounds and intelligent features, the FP-7 excels at delivering 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.

You also get the key tones needed for ensemble or band performances thanks to 339 other tones”including 6 tone wheel organ voices” and 9 drum sets all with 128-voice polyphony. The FP-7 comes with reverb, 62 digital effects types, 4-band EQ, a graphic LCD for easy operation, and rich, sparkling sound from internal speakers. Advanced features like USB/MIDI computer connection, computer recording with Cakewalk SONAR LE (included), and an Audio Key mode that lets you play WAV files from a USB key.

  • 88-key multi-sampled piano sound engine
  • GM2, XG Lite GS compatible
  • 339 tones (including 6 tone wheel organ)
  • 9 drum sets
  • Reverb
  • 62 digital effect types
  • 4-band EQ
  • 128-voice polyphony
  • PHA II (Progressive Hammer Action II)
  • Audio Key plays WAV files from USB key
  • Large graphic LCD for easy operation
  • Internal speaker system
  • Computer connection via USB (MIDI)
  • Cakewalk SONAR LE included
  • 53"W x 5-7/16"H x 14-13/16" D
  • Dimensions
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RolandFP-7 Digital Piano

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great tones menu can be a bit frustrating

By chris

from woodland ca

Comments about Roland FP-7 Digital Piano:

This is a great piano. bought it as upgrade from my casio px-200. Huge difference and will difference and i will never go back! The action is great. some people say it's too heavy but i find it fine and I play acoustic piano on a regular basis as well. great organ sounds as well as a great fender rhodes tone (works especially well when touch setting is set to "super light" this thing is heavy 50 lbs or so but is solid for sure. only reason it doesn't get 5 stars is that the menu is hard to remember as each key performs several different functions. once you get the basics though you're fine. if you want to go deeper though you will have to pay attention. also the mid-range sounds a bit strange (I've heard this is common on most rolands) but i would buy it again if stolen. the full-screen i s a huge improvement over the LED screen on the FP-4

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(3 of 4 customers found this review helpful)


Roland FP-7

By Slant 6

from Hemlock, New York

Comments about Roland FP-7 Digital Piano:

After auditioning every digital piano in its class, I chose the Roland FP-7 as a Christmas present for my wife to celebrate her re entry into the world of performing music. She had been using a friends Motif, and was happy enough with it; but now that she has played her Roland for nearly 3 years, she refuses to play anything else. We play all sorts of music with all sorts of people, many of them professional musicians, and we have never heard anything but amazement that a digital could sound so acoustic. My only criticism as her harp player and roadie is that it is too heavy for an old man of my age to tote around from coffee shop to coffee shop and bar to bar. I would also add that it has performed flawlessly for over three years without a single problem and that it sounds as good today as the day we unpacked it. (The onboard speakers leave a lot to be deisred as one would expect, but since we play through a high quality moniter system at home,and through an accurate PA system out, this isn't a problem for us).

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(46 of 50 customers found this review helpful)


Excellent piano

By hotpianoman

from Bellevue, WA

Comments about Roland FP-7 Digital Piano:

I shopped several pianos before buying this one: Alesis, Yamaha, and Roland primarily. I needed one that would be a great piano and also have B-3 organ sounds. The key action on this piano blows all the others away. I own a Yamaha console digital piano -- the organ sounds there are modest, with poor leslie imitation. This is the best "piano" keyboard that has digital drawbars and a reasonable sounding leslie. As other reviewers have said, the built-in speakers are a little "muddy" sounding. Headphone sounds are great. If you are powering this through an amp, you'll need a pretty good sized amp to reproduce the full dynamic range: my 50 watt Marshall isn't enough. The non-piano features are very impressive and easy to control. What would I change? I would add a couple single violin voices (it has only groups of strings). I would also put the leslie switch where the left hand can reach it (like on a real Hammond) or make it switchable with a footswitch like the Korg and Roland tonewheel emulators. Overall, I'm extremely happy with this piano, and I believe it's the best available for my needs of primarily stage piano, with a moderate amount of organ and occasional other instruments.

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(37 of 38 customers found this review helpful)


Beautiful and amazing piano!

By BoogieWoogieBoy

from San Francisco Bay Area

Comments about Roland FP-7 Digital Piano:

I have played this amazing piano 4+ times in various settings and I have to say, it continued to blow me away each time. Especially with a good pair of headphones on, the grand piano sounds are amazingly crisp, authentic, full and lush...especially for jazz, new age, film score and classical music. Session Partner is an amazingly fun and great feature with really good drums and base. Keyboard action is very responsive and the ability to adjust it further is a huge huge plus. Keys feel solid and the whole instrument feels very strong and well built. The visual design of the piano is well thought out and beautifully crafted and non-intrusive. It is unfortunate that the onboard speakers sounded somewhat muffled for such a great digital piano...I can only hope Roland will improve on this and outfit the next FP piano with crisper and fuller speakers to rival Yamaha's CP300. Overall....I love this piano and am extremely happy that Roland has made great strides to improve on their awesome FP series pianos and created an amazing instrument!

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(36 of 36 customers found this review helpful)


Must-Have Keyboard

By Warsawfalcon

from Cleveland suburbs

Comments about Roland FP-7 Digital Piano:

It was between this and the Yamaha CP33. The superb grand sounds & keyboard action makes Roland the hands-down winner. On-board speakers are amazingly good; add a decent amp and you've got a stand-out keyboard for one-man gigs. Fully adjustable tonewheel drawbars sound like the real thing; alto sax voice is spectacular. Best vibes on any keyboard I've tried. This pup's definitely gonna earn its keep!

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