Looking for a compact and affordable stage piano? Then the Roland FP-30X is something for you! The Roland FP-30X is the second model in the Roland FP series (with built-in speakers). It has many functions and recording options, as well as Bluetooth, with which you can connect wirelessly to your smartphone or tablet in order to use the many music apps.
Thanks to its compact dimensions, you can take it anywhere. The downside is that there isn't much space for large speakers and a real good keyboard. So you can certainly expect an important deviation with a real piano. Would you like a piano with better amplification and a more realistic playing feel? Then take a look at the Roland FP-60X, or better yet, the Roland FP-90X.
Authentic acoustic touch and tone.
Forget the lightweight keyboards on typical mid-price portable pianos—with a single key strike on the PHA-4 Standard keyboard, you’ll instantly know the FP-30X stands above the rest. With 88 full-size keys, this piano allows for a complete range of expression as your technique and composition skills grow. And with hammer action, escapement, and ivory feel, you’ll enjoy the same touch beneath your fingers as a great acoustic instrument, right down to the subtle “click” feel as you depress a key. Behind the authentic feel and playability is Roland’s powerful SuperNATURAL sound engine, picking up all the nuances of experienced pianists and helping newer players develop more character and dynamics.
Impressive sound wherever you play.
The FP-30X’s powerful onboard stereo speakers deliver surprising power and character during performance, complementing the sound engine to further bring out the expression in your playing. And if you ever need more sound coverage, simply connect external powered speakers via the dedicated output jacks. For home practice, try the dedicated mode that adjusts the sound for optimum quality when the FP-30X is placed on a desktop, or connect headphones to the twin outputs for silent practice day or night, either solo or alongside your piano teacher.