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Roland RD-300NX Stage Piano  

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  • SuperNATURAL Piano sound engine
  • New E. Piano sounds based on SuperNATURAL technology
  • Innovative Sound Focus feature ensures that every note will be heard in the mix without compressing or coloring the sound
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      Flagship features at a nice price.

      Roland raised the stage-piano bar with the RD-700NX. Today, the world-famous SuperNATURAL sound and expression of the flagship RD is available at a lighter weight and more affordable price…introducing the RD-300NX. This state-of-the-art stage piano boasts an advanced SuperNATURAL Piano sound engine, E. Piano sounds based on SuperNATURAL technology, a newly developed Ivory Feel-G keyboard with Escapement, a unique Sound Focus feature, and more.

      SuperNATURAL Sound
      The RD-300NX’s acoustic-piano sounds are derived from Roland’s acclaimed SuperNATURAL Piano sound engine. With SuperNATURAL Piano technology, three essential elements are dramatically improved — velocity response, note decay, and key-range behavior — resulting in smooth, natural sound and response. For EP lovers, the RD-300NX contains an E. Piano based on SuperNATURAL technology that meticulously models classic vintage EPs.

      New Ivory Feel-G Keyboard
      The newly developed Ivory Feel-G keyboard incorporates Roland’s most advanced sensor, escapement mechanism, and Ivory Feel features. The keyboard provides the superior touch and sensitivity of Roland’s flagship keyboards, in a compact and lightweight design…a great benefit for gigging musicians who want to travel light.

      Unique Sound Focus
      The innovative Sound Focus feature ensures that every note will be heard, even subtle pianissimo passages. Based on SuperNATURAL phase-correction technology, this essential feature ensures that the RD-300NX won’t get lost in the mix, penetrating through walls of sound without compressing or coloring the tone. Players can relax and play naturally, achieving presence onstage without sacrificing dynamics and sound quality.

      Bonus Features
      The popular One Touch Piano concept from previous RD-series pianos has been carried over the RD-300NX as well. The handy feature provides instant access to essential piano and E. Piano sounds and setups with dedicated one-touch buttons. In addition, the popular and powerful Piano Designer feature has been included in the RD-300NX feature set, letting you build custom pianos quickly and easily on the graphic LCD. And finally, for keyboardists who desire a true grand-piano pedaling experience onstage, an optional RPU-3 triple-pedal unit can be added.


      • SuperNATURAL Piano sound engine
      • New E. Piano sounds based on SuperNATURAL technology
      • Innovative Sound Focus feature ensures that every note will be heard in the mix without compressing or coloring the sound
      • New Ivory Feel-G Keyboard with Escapement
      • Intuitive U/I: new One Touch Piano feature and graphic LCD
      • Hundreds of high quality built-in sounds
      • Optional RPU-3 triple-pedal unit

      Order a state-of-the-art stage piano today!


      RD-300NX Stage Piano Specifications:

      • Keyboard: 88 keys (Ivory Feel-G keyboard)
      • Maximum Polyphony: 128 voices
      • Parts: Live Set (3 layers) + 16 parts
      • Sound Generators: SuperNATURAL Piano, SuperNATURAL (E.Piano), PCM Sound Generator, GM2 (for SMF Playback)
      • Live Sets:
      • Preset: 200
      • User: 60
      • Effects:
      • Multi-Effects: 78 types
      • Reverb: 6 types
      • Chorus: 3 types
      • 3-band Compressor
      • 3-band Digital Equalizer
      • Sound Focus
      • File Format:
      • Standard MIDI File: format-0/1
      • AUDIO FILE: WAV (44.1 KHZ, 16-BIT LINEAR)
      • OTHER
      • Rhythm Patterns: 200 patterns
      • Controllers:
      • LAYER LEVEL slider x 3
      • EQUALIZER knobs
      • Pitch Bend/Modulation lever
      • S1/S2 Buttons (Assignable)
      • Display: 128 x 64 dots graphic LCD (with backlit)
      • Connectors:
      • OUTPUT jacks (L/MONO, R): 1/4-inch phone type
      • DAMPER PEDAL jack
      • CONTROL PEDAL jack (FC1, FC2)
      • MIDI connectors (IN, OUT)
      • USB connectors (MIDI, MEMORY)
      • PHONES jack: stereo 1/4-inch phone type
      • DC IN jack
      • Power Consumption: 11 W
      • Accessories: Owner's Manual, Damper Pedal (capable of continuous detection), AC Adaptor, Power Cord (for AC Adaptor)
      • Options (sold separately)
      • Keyboard Stand: KS-G8
      • Piano Pedal: RPU-3
      • Damper Pedal: DP-10
      • Pedal Switch: DP-2
      • Expression Pedal: EV-5, EV-7
      • USB CD Drive: CD-01A
      • USB Flash Memory
      • * Please use USB memory sold by Roland. We cannot guarantee operation if other products are used.
      • Width: 56-5/8 inches (1.438 mm)
      • Depth: 13-5/16 inches (337 mm)
      • Height: 5-9/16 inches (141 mm)
      • Weight: 38 lbs. 10 oz. (17.5 kg)
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      Get what you pay for!

      By OldJazzer

      from Wilmington, NC

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      • Portable
      • Well built


      • Poor Action
      • Unrealistic sound

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        Comments about Roland RD-300NX Stage Piano:

        Coming from an RD-700SX that I'm tired of lugging around...using mostly the acoustic grand sound. The 300NX action seems heavier and slower, but my major complaint is the muddy sound from the midrange on down thru the bass...just no clarity unless I tweak other settings to the point of a tinny sound. The upper range cuts thru nicely...better than the 700SX, but will be returning this unless I can quickly figure out how to improve the midrange sound (playing thru a KC300 amp).

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        Awesome Piano/Strings Sounds

        By Terry

        from Crockett, TX

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        • Realistic Sound
        • Responsive / Good Action
        • Touch Sensitive Keys


        • No Speakers

        Best Uses

        • Accompaniment
        • Concerts

        Comments about Roland RD-300NX Stage Piano:

        The Piano sounds are awsome! The only drawback I discovered is while you have the sustain pedal down and are holding the last notes played in one tone and you want to make a smooth transition into another tone it interups your current tone and the sound just blanks out on you, but you are now in the new tone bank, hence the 4 star rating.

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        (6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)


        Great piano

        By Joseph

        from Rochester, NY

        Comments about Roland RD-300NX Stage Piano:

        Great real piano feel. So if your a piano player you will fee like you are playing a real piano with fine action.

        What are you wating for buy it you will love this piano from the moment it arives at your home.
        I purchased one of these 2 years ago becuase I play in a 50's and 60's rock and roll group. We do the music the way it sounded back then.

        In any event this piano is incredible. We do a lot of Elvis, Jerry lee, Santana Young Rascals, Wilson Picket and on and on. In any event, can go from live piano sound to the classic B-3 sound with a build in Leslie. With this piano, no need for a Hammond B-3 or even the new portable Hammonds XK something.

        This thing is sampled sounds and gives you the full draw bar Hammond to other Hammond sounds without the hefty price tag. I play this through a classic Fender Bassman Amp with 4-10 speakers. With a built in Leslie, if you close your eyes you would swear there is a B-3 Hammond with Leslie is in the room. I can't tell the difference. In addition I carry an eletronic leslie that adds to some of the sounds that the piano bypasses the leslie with. So you can't beat this incredible sound that feels like a piano and plays so many sounds that are authentic.

        Great piano to move from gig to gig. In the bag and over the shoulder and out the door.

        Great piano, buy it you won't go wrong and you will love every minute of playing with this.
        I have hauled this piano from gig to gig and it just keeps ticking. It so easy to set up plug in and play right out of the box.
        Great value for the money. If you always wanted a B-3 and cannot afford one. This piano will give you that and much more as it has piano sounds, rodes, early Ray Chalres Wurlizter, voice sounds. You canot believe this piano.

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        I Like It A Lot

        By cainmusic

        from San Diego, CA

        Comments about Roland RD-300NX Stage Piano:

        I perform mostly on baby grand pianos but when I have a gig where there is not one the Roland RD300nx is really good. I like it a lot.
        The keys are some kind of new plastic that feels very much like ivory. The piano sounds are very good. You can adjust each piano sound with the lid up-down-or in between. The organ sounds are pretty good too. There are several samples of each instrument-not just one accordion, steel drum, marimba or vibes but several of each. You can do splits and layers. Of course the owners manual is lame and hard to decipher. Why is it the user manuals are always written by electronic engineers and not musicians? They don't use musician terminology to tell you clearly how to do things a musician would want to know and do. It takes a while to figure out how to program the keyboard.
        Sturdy and solid.
        At first I bought a Kuraweil. I used it for 3 weeks and sent it back. I exchanged it for the Roland which is much much better. The Roland cost more but well worth it.

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