Roland Go Series of Keyboards
By PAUL BOTHNER MUSIC | July 12, 2017
Roland Go Keys
Have fun with music – no experience necessary! That’s right, with the Roland Go Keys series, you can have fun with music even if you’ve never played an instrument before!
Learning to play an instrument can be a frustrating task. Before you can write any music you need to learn about music theory and how to play chords. This means that is can often take months or even years before you can play the music you heard in your head.
That is where the Roland Go Keys comes into its own. With an innovative loop mix function, anyone can build fully produced songs. You can do this straight from the box with no previous music experience!
In addition, there are hundreds of pro sounds for you to explore. And if that wasn’t enough, there is even a built-in recorder to ensure that you can capture the loops and songs you write.
If you want to learn more about the Roland Go:Keys, check out the specs [here].
Roland Go Piano
Do you want to play the piano, but are uncertain about where you should start? Then the Roland Go Piano is exactly what you should be looking at.
The Roland Go Piano has been described as being the perfect learning solution for all students. This is because the unit was built to be a complete piano learning solution.
Take your dreams of being a pianist and make them a reality!
The piano is affordable, small enough to be easily portable and has built-in speakers. This means that you can take your piano with you wherever you go. And don’t be fooled into thinking that you will get a sub-par tone.
No! Far from it in fact! The Roland Go Piano features authentic sounds derived from Roland’s premium home pianos!
To ensure that your learning goes smoothly, the piano is bundled with the best-selling piano method: Faber Piano Adventures.
If you want to learn more about the Roland Go:Piano, check out the specs [here].
The keyboards are both fully Bluetooth-equipped units. This means that you can stream music from any of your Bluetooth devices directly to your keyboards.
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