FP-X brings a fresh generation of portable pianos to your home or studio with something for everyone.
Roland’s FP range of portable pianos has just got an update. Introducing the FP-X range; like the FP range, only with a bit extra “X”.
The range includes 4 versions kicking off the non-“X” FP10 which, as far as I can see, is the same piano as the previous version. So, it’s the FP-30X, FP-60X and FP-90X that really benefit from the refresh.
- FP-10: Classic minimalist Roland piano with 88 keys, a SuperNATURAL Piano sound engine and 15 sounds.
- FP-30X: It has some very slight cosmetic changes, they’ve beefed up the speakers and expanded the sounds to 56 including 12 pianos.
- FP-60X: The FP-60X gives you a lot more sounds, bigger speakers and built-in ambience effects that extend to the headphones.
- FP-90X: This is the flagship and jumps to PureAcoustic Piano Modelling for the sound engine and has a 4-speaker system for superior sound.
They feature the very playable PHA-4 keyboards while the FP-90X has the PHA-50 with wooden keys. They have Bluetooth connections and USB for MIDI and the top three have Bluetooth audio as well. Perfect for connection to piano and musical apps and streaming through Bluetooth enabled speakers.
They are designed to be portable and even the FP-90X isn’t going to break your back until you plonk it on the optional stand which turns it into a formidable piece of furniture.
Available in black or white, the FP-90X, FP-60X and FP-30X will be available in February priced at $2,100, $1,000 and $700 respectively. The FP-10 is available for around £479.