Are you looking for a really amazing Roland digital piano for improving your piano play? Maybe you already have a keyboard at home and want to move on to something more advanced, or maybe you just feel like spoiling yourself, or a loved one, with a really special, luxury instrument. Either way, this Roland digital interactive piano is a cut above the rest and its major selling point is the large, easy-to-read LCD display screen on the music rest which enables a range of digital functions.

This interactive element brings an extra dimension to what is already a high quality digital piano from a world-renowned manufacturer. With this instrument, everyone can learn to play the piano and have so much fun with music at the same time. It totally succeeds in bringing the piano into the digital age and many families find that this Roland digital piano model is perfect for their children to learn to play on.

The HPi7 is an upgrade from its predecessor the HPi6 Roland interactive piano. This new model has a bigger screen giving you a size of 640 x240 pixels which makes the ‘Digiscore’ function much easier to follow. It has a brand new ‘Wonderland’ function which allows you to follow a visual piano lesson, meaning that with this interactive piano you don’t even need a teacher to guide you. Practice is made fun too, with interactive games and a new ‘Flashcard’ function. The USB port means that you can upload your choice of MIDI music files to the Digiscore function via your computer too.

Here are some of the many features which make this Roland interactive digital piano a truly must-have item for any self-respecting budding pianist: The keyboard has 88 keys, each having a solid ‘ivory’ feel. It uses progressive hammer action with escapement to give an authentic response and the 128 voice polyphony enables a smooth, graduated transition of notes. There are 612 different sounds, giving you plenty of scope to make music without limitations. The Roland digital stereo piano sound is impressive, coming from two 60 watt inbuilt speakers.

This Roland interactive piano also boasts 183 pre-recorded songs – many more than its rival models. Further functions include a twin piano mode, reverb, chorus, EQ, and an internal 16 track composer. Connectivity is impressive, as you would expect from one of the best interactive pianos on the market. This Roland digital piano has a USB connection, line in and line out, two headphone jacks and a microphone jack.

Designed to blend in to the family home, the Roland interactive piano has a traditional upright piano body which comes in a rosewood or black satin finish. It comes flat-packed and is pretty solidly built. Once assembled, the 80kg weight makes it fairly heavy to move around. All in all, this is a top-of-the range Roland digital piano for home use with all the best interactive and educational features you could dream of.

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