Discontinued July 2014, replaced by F-130R
Colour: Black Satin | Item Code: F120
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Width: 1361 mm, 53-5/8 inches
Depth: 345 mm, 13-5/8 inches
Height: 910 mm, 35-7/8 inches
Weight: 34 kg, 75 lbs.
88 keys (Ivory Feel-G keyboard)
SuperNATURAL Piano Sound
Speakers: [8cm x 12cm] x 2
Rated power output: 2 x 12 watts
Headphone connections x 2
Grand Piano 1 (concert grand)
Grand Piano 2 (mellow grand)
Grand Piano 3 (bright grand)
Grand Piano 4 (ragtime)
Electric Piano 1
Electric Piano 2
Church Organ 1
Church Organ 2
Jazz Organ 1
Jazz Organ 2
Nylon String guitar
Steel String Guitar
Roland F120 Reviews
1) “The Roland F120 is streets ahead of the rest”
I’ve owned a Roland F-120 for about a week now and absolutely love
the way it sounds and feels. Very convincing sound and expression.
This has got to be the best digital piano under £1,000 (I tried
the other main brands before buying and found the R0land F120 was
streets ahead of the rest). The ivory feel g action feels a little sluggish but is still
excellent for a digital piano in its price range. Torn between the mellow and
concert grand SuperNATURAL sounds. Love them both.
Review by Jamie Dunn (28/04/2012)
2) “A good deal all round”
Only had the Roland F120 a few days but it was fairly easy to
It looks lovely, seems well constructed and can’t fault the sound or
playability. (I’m not as young as I used to be and can’t hear the top
four notes but my wife can!). A good deal all round. Thank you.
Review by Rex Wedgwood, Weymouth UK (09/11/2012)
3) “I cannot fault the service you gave”
Dear Mr Howard, I have now received the Roland F120 and I would like to thank you for your excellent service.
The piano is lovely and I cannot fault the service you gave.
Review by Ronald Wood
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Questions and Comments (Email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org)
“Please give me your opinion on Roland F120 and Kawai cl26 or 36”
I am interested in buying a digital piano and my interest falls between Roland F120 and Kawai cl26 or 36.
I took piano lessons for 5 years in the past but it is nearly 8 years I haven’t touched a piano at all.
I would appreciate it very much if you could give me your opinion on the above digital pianos relative to quality
and value for money!
Thank you very much!
Reply/ Hi Aris
The Roland F120 is a brand new piano just out.
It replaced the popular F110.
It’s the best (compact-style) piano you can get
for under £1,000 mark.
The Kawai CL36 is a good one to compare it
against. But the Roland has the better sound.
“Roland F120 OR Yamaha YDP-S51?”
I am looking into purchasing a digital piano around the £800 – £900 mark that is a small and compact unit.
I have been looking at the Roland F120 and the Yamaha YDP – S51. I was wondering, which one in your opinion
is better in touch and sound quality? The help would be much appreciated.
Reply/ Hi Luke
Out of all available compact pianos costing
under £1,000 these are the best two by far.
There’s very little to choose between them
I would say that the sound is equally good.
The Roland is a little warmer and more rounded.
The Yamaha tone is brighter, crisper, purer
and more natural.
I do give the YDP-S51 the edge over the
F120 on key touch though…
The Yamaha feels firmer under the fingers.
More sure. You can really feel the music
you play… it also reacts better to
They’re both lovely pianos, but the
Yamaha just feels nicer to play.
Will you buy a piano from us, Luke?
We delivery anywhere in the UK for free.
Please call 0208 367 2080 to go ahead.
“Which piano is best from my short list?”
Due to the limited room space and my budget, I want to get one of the following models. I would like to have your
advice for the following models. As I will use it 99% as a acoustic piano and prefer the sound & touch similar
to a real acoustic piano.
• Yamaha YDP-S31
• Roland F-120
• Kawai CL-36
• Korg LP-350
• Casio PX-735
Reply/ Hi Bonny
The Roland F120 is the best piano from your list;
also the most expensive
Another one you might consider (and one I
recommend, is the Broadway B2.
You can read more about this here:
Just drop me an email if you’d like a price quote
on any piano. I can get you a good deal.
“Roland F120 or Yamaha DGX-640?”
Hi Graham, our eldest child (7) has been learning to play on keyboard for 2 years and our 5 year old has been
learning for 6 months. We feel it is definitely time to purchase a digital piano. We are not sure between the
Roland F-120 and the Yamaha DGX-640. We quite like the reviews for the Yamaha DGX-640 but would rather spend that
bit extra if the Roland will be better value for money in the long term.
Reply/ Hi Natasha
Well, these are two very different pianos.
The F120 is a simple, modern looking, space-saving
The DGX640 is bigger in depth, has a large display
screen and hundreds of buttons. It is more of a
If you want it mostly as a piano then the F120 is
the better choice…
The F120 has a clearer tone and a more realistic