Roland Announces New Digital Home Pianos: HP603, HP605, LX-7 and LX-17


Roland's new range of digital pianos feature authentic grand piano touch from the new PHA-50 (Progressive Hammer Action with Escapement) keyboard technology, which combines the appearance and feel of wood with the durability of modern materials. The HP603, HP605, LX-7 and LX-17 are setting the new standard for digital home pianos!


Although they're packed with advanced technology, these new home pianos are reassuringly traditional when it comes to style. Combining classic lines with a space-saving compact upright cabinet, in different premium finishes. Once your piano is home, you don’t even need to press the power button to get started – just open the lid and start playing! It really has the feel of a real piano!

The design also extends to the sound; the front board can be opened to give even more tonal variation, as well as offering a better viewing angle for your music scores.

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All the pianos feature Roland's SuperNATURAL Piano Modelling for a Rich, Living Piano Sound.

Press a key on most digital pianos and you’ll hear a recording of a piano note. But a SuperNATURAL Piano works differently, using the latest modelling technology to recreate, rather than replay, the sound. The unique modelling process spans the entire sound creation process of a typical piano including the combination of notes played, their resonance and the way in which the piano’s many elements interact with each other. The result is a rich, complex sound – complete with overtones – that actually changes in response to the way you play; something impossible to achieve when a piano uses samples. It’s the difference between just listening back to a recording or actually being there yourself.



By Ivan Silva