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Roland EP760

 

Roland EP760

(optional fixed stand KS-EP760)

The Roland EP760 is discontinued. Check out the new model Roland EP880, or buy a secondhand EP760 here

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Dimensions: 1167.8mm (w) x 380.5mm (d) x 101.5mm (h)

A Value-Packed Piano with Contemporary Looks.

The Roland EP760 Digital Piano is an affordable way to bring home a true Roland digital piano. It features a 76-note weighted keyboard and
some of the best piano and instrument sounds available at any price. These features–along with an intuitive interface and choice of three
keyboard modes-make the ep-760 one of the most flexible and fun-to-play pianos around.

  • Affordably-priced digital piano in new metallic-gray cabinet
  • 76-key weighted keyboard with touch sensitivity
  • Roland’s most realistic piano sounds and 64-voice polyphony
  • Intuitive operation via dedicated buttons and simple LED display
  • 65 preset songs for listening enjoyment or practice
  • Onboard reverb and chorus effects for “concert hall” sound

Designed for your lifestyle

From its metallic-gray body to sleek front panel, the ep-760 puts modern styling right at your fingertips. And while this entry-level piano is
extremely affordable, it doesn’t skimp on features.

Owning a Roland digital piano has never been this easy!

Sounds that sound “real”

Since the introduction of its very first digital piano, Roland has been at the forefront of rich, true-to-life sounds. The ep-760 is no
exception to this rule. With its stereo-sampled grand piano sound, it is already miles ahead of comparable instruments. And the remaining sounds
are equally convincing.

The ep-760 is 64-voice polyphonic and provides digital reverb and chorus (E. Piano) effects, as well as a Sympathetic Resonance feature that
accurately simulates the rich sound you get when you press the damper pedal on an acoustic piano. The touch sensitively is adjustable, enabling
anyone to find their most comfortable playing feel. Students can also use this function for finger-training exercises.

Internal speaker system

The ep-760’s speaker system is in keeping with its fine sounds. Due to a vast dynamic range, it will convey even the most subtle nuances of
your playing.

And thanks to its 5W + 5W output power, you can rest assured that your musical efforts will not go unnoticed. Of course, you can also connect
headphones and play late at night or early in the morning without disturbing your family or neighbors. For added flexibility, the ep-760 has two
audio outputs (stereo) that allow you to connect your piano to your home stereo system. If you are considering adding a sound module to be
controlled via MIDI, you can connect the sound module’s outputs to the ep-760’s audio inputs, so that no additional amp is required.

Sonic flexibility

In addition to exceptionally realistic piano sounds, the ep-760 offers a wide range of other high-quality instrument sounds. For even more
performance fun, you can use the Split mode to select a different instrument for each hand, achieving an instant duo effect. Or combine two
sounds (Dual) and adjust their volume balance to suit your needs.

Good news for students

The ep-760 comes with a metronome and built-in 2–track recorder for recording your performances and checking your progress along the way. The
metronome’s sound is selectable, while its time signature and volume can be adjusted in real time.

There are also 65 preset songs whose left and right hand parts can be muted individually, allowing you to start out with only one hand until
you feel you have mastered that part.

The tempo of these songs is adjustable – and this won’t affect the pitch!

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