The Roland RD-300GX is a powerful digital piano for powerful stage performances. It includes an impressive collection of stereo multi-sampled pianos, electric pianos, organs, and performance synth sou... Click To Read More About This Product
The Roland RD-300GX is a powerful digital piano for powerful stage performances. It includes an impressive collection of stereo multi-sampled pianos, electric pianos, organs, and performance synth sounds. You also get PHA alpha II 88-key weighted action, WAV, AIFF, and MP3 audio playback, and multizone master controller features. The RD-300GX's vast sound set is powered by Roland's latest sound engine for incredible sound quality.
The RD-300GX features two sets of 88-key pianos sounds from the popular RD-700SX. In addition to its super-expressive onboard piano sound-sets, other essential instruments are built into this new piano, including EPs. You can even customize and save your sounds for instant recall.
Your fingers will love the RD-300GX's PHA II alpha II weighted keyboard.
USB Audio Enhancement
Play audio through the RD-GX directly from a USB memory key. Flexible file compatibility enables playback of Standard MIDI Files, .WAV, AIFF, and MP3s. The "Audio Key" feature lets you use the bottom 15 keys for controlling start song, song length, etc. In addition, you can connect directly to a PC via USB and tap into Cakewalk's SONAR LE software, included in every RD-GX package.
For those who like to get inside an instrument and customize its sounds, the RD-GX's Piano Designer feature is your key to unlocking and personalizing the sound-set, down to the smallest details such as Hammer Noise, Damper Resonance, Duplex Scale, and more.
The RD-GX series make great master controllers, thanks to multizone functionality.
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I have used Roland products for years and have never had a problem with any of their equipment. This stage piano is built to take abuse. It is also not too heavy for transporting. The best piano feel around and a great value. Sure it has a few less bells and whistles than the 700, but most people will buy this type of unit for the action and the piano sounds. For this, it can't be beat.
After a great deal of apprehension, I decided to sell my Roland RD-700 due to the weight of the keyboard and it's age. I had played on it for over four years and loved it but it was time to move on. After a great deal of research, I decided to stay with something that I knew and picked the RD-300. There weren't as many bells and whistles as the RD-700 but after a month of playing it, I can honestly say that I love the keyboard. Mostly, the touch is even better than my RD-700. Quieter too if you play late under the earphones. Some patches are better, some aren't. But overall they are nice with a large variety for a stage piano. The keyboard appears to be strongly built like my old RD-700. I have yet to fully explore the USB capabilities but it sounds like there are a lot of possibilities there too. I have never had a problem with my Rolands so I can't comment on post-purchase service. If you're looking for a well-built stage piano with great sound and dependability, check out the RD-300.
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