Roland launches Go:Piano 88 digital piano
Roland has introduced the GO:PIANO 88, a new addition to the company’s line-up of GO-series instruments and devices. Offering 88 full-size keys and sound derived from Roland’s premium digital pianos in a portable cabinet, Roland claims: ‘the GO:PIANO 88 provides a solid foundation that’s ready to support years of musical growth and playing enjoyment. And with built-in Bluetooth and an integrated stereo sound system, GO:PIANO 88 works alongside a smartphone to offer a simple and compact learning solution that allows beginning pianists to connect wirelessly and stream audio from online piano lessons, karaoke, and tutorial videos’.
With Roland GO:PIANO 88 and a smartphone, users can play and learn music whenever inspiration strikes. The manufacturer says its lightweight design is easy to carry and set up anywhere, while onboard speakers, battery operation, and Bluetooth eliminate the need to fuss with add-ons such as external amplifiers, AC power, and cables. GO:PIANO 88 also supports listening with headphones, allowing users to play at any time without disturbing others.
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