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Roland V-Piano

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For decades, keyboard companies have been trying to make digital pianos that sound like the real thing.

Simply put, Roland’s new V-Piano is the closest anyone has come yet to accurately reproducing the feel and sound of several different pianos in keyboard form. It’s startling how good this keyboard sounds. The $6,000 retail price tag is a little jolting too. But for touring pianists who can’t afford to haul around a concert grand, and studio owners who don’t have the space for one, the V-Piano is a great choice.

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