Roland E-X20 Keyboard
By PAUL BOTHNER MUSIC | September 6, 2018
So you’ve decided to start playing the keyboard, but you don’t know where to start. Walking around a music store, or trying to find the right keyboard online can be a daunting task. Fortunately, Roland has released the Roland E-X20, which is the perfect companion to anyone who wants to learn how to play.
According to Roland:
“Music is the greatest gift you can give your child. Whether you’re passing on your passion — or giving them an opportunity you never had — encouraging your son or daughter to learn keyboards will give them a hobby for life, a sociable skill that opens doors, and maybe even a career. But it’s natural to have concerns. After all, some keyboards can be expensive, bulky and uninspiring, taking up valuable space and abandoned when your child loses interest.”
Pro onboard piano tones
One of the issues that most people have with entry-level keyboards is that the tone is often lacking. With the Roland E-X20, you don’t have to worry about inferior tone. Roland has used the same sound module that they use on some of their top-spec digital pianos. The knock on effect is a keyboard that not only sounds great but will last you for years to come!
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No more boring practice sessions
One of the best ways to make sure that you practice is to ensure that your practise sessions aren’t boring. While solo practice on your granny’s piano can be lonely and dull, you will always look forward to playing the Roland E-X20, thanks to the possibilities of the Arranger feature.
Even if you’ve never performed with other musicians, you’ll soon have the confidence to play along with the selection of onboard songs and TV themes. .
For all the specs on the E-X20, be sure to visit the Roland Website.
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