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:: Roland F120R
SuperNATURAL Piano with added Rhythms
in a Contemporary Cabinet
The new F-120R is an entry-level piano that combines interactive rhythm accompaniment with Roland’s highly acclaimed SuperNATURAL Piano sound. It's compact and fun, and is available in three attractive and contemporary polished cabinets: ebony, red, and white. The F-120R lets you play along with rhythm accompaniment and backing tracks in three different modes, including Pianist mode where any chord you play will be recognised and tracked instantly. You can also add additional rhythm accompaniments and backing tracks via USB.
• 60 built-in rhythm accompaniments to enrich your piano performance
• Newly developed full-keyboard chord-recognition engine
• Three accompaniment modes: Split Chord, Split Tone, and Split Off (Pianist mode)
• Perfect sound through SuperNATURAL piano technology
• Ivory Feel-G keyboard for true piano feel and touch
• Additional rhythm accompaniments via USB
• Compact, lightweight, and stylish cabinet available in three finishes
• Dedicated front-panel buttons for piano practice, lessons, and performance
• Metronome, recorder, and Twin Piano features for lessons or side-by-side performance
60 Built-In Rhythm Accompaniments for Piano Performance
The F-120R incorporates 60 built-in rhythm accompaniments spanning 11 music genres, which are designed to enrich your musical repertoire and enjoyment. Each rhythm accompaniment contains an Intro, Ending, Variation, and Fill patterns that includes a basic rhythm part (drums/percussion) and melodic accompaniments, such as bass, guitar, and strings. Rhythm accompaniment can be expanded through USB memory.
Intelligent Full-Keyboard Chord Recognition (Pianist Mode)
Make incredible music with the F-120R’s newly developed full-keyboard chord- recognition engine, which reacts to the pressing of the damper pedal. Any chord you play can be recognised in real time, allowing the auto-accompaniment to follow what you play. You can play along with sophisticated rhythm accompaniments without changing your piano playing style.
The F-120R incorporates Roland's SuperNATURAL Piano engine, a cutting-edge technology derived from the flagship V-Piano, as well as 88-key stereo multi-sampling. SuperNATURAL Piano brings a new level of authentic sound and natural performance to the digital domain. Roland relentlessly analysed the complex, ever-changing characteristics of concert grand pianos, faithfully capturing and reproducing the tonal variations based on the velocity of each keystroke. The result is an incredibly expressive and authentic sound that blurs the line between digital and acoustic.
Ivory Feel-G Keyboard
The F-120R features an Ivory Feel-G keyboard, with Progressive Hammer Action with Escapement, which inherits the functions, appearance, and texture of keyboards found on Roland’s flagship pianos. Thanks to the combination of the latest sensor technologies and the SuperNATURAL Piano sound engine, the F-120R offers expression and performance that rivals that of high-end pianos.
EZ User Interface
With its comfortable and clean user interface, the F-120R makes it fast and easy to select one of the 60 internal rhythm accompaniments and 180-plus internal classic songs. Over 40 additional tones are easily selectable from the panel too.
Additional rhythms, songs, and wav files can be played via the built-in USB memory port — a convenient way to build your own personal library of play-along songs.
Slim Cabinet Design
Compact, stylish and only 30 cm deep, the F-120R can be placed anywhere in your room. The unique folding-lid design covers the keyboard safely when closed, and serves as a music rest when raised. The F-120R is available in three beautiful finishes: Polished Red, Polished Ebony, and Polished White.
More than a great piano, the F-120R is equipped with features to enhance your skills. The Twin-Piano feature, for example, is designed for side-by-side lessons or performances with a teacher or duet partner. It enables the keyboard to be split into two parts, each of which covers the same octaves. This makes it easy to see and hear when practicing beside a teacher. In the same way, the left and right pedals can be reassigned to act as damper pedals for either side of the split keyboard. The F-120R also has a built-in metronome and recorder, so you can practice with a perfect time reference, record and listen back to your performances.
With the F-120R, you can play day or night, year after year, and enjoy perfect sound and performance. Since the instrument is fully digital, there are no strings to tune. No need to worry about temperature changes or aging strings. And since it’s digital, the F-120R lets you play through its built-in speakers, its external output, or privately through headphones. The built-in external input lets you connect an audio player for play-along fun.
(With lid open, stabilizers mounted)
77 lbs. 3 oz.
(With lid closed, stabilizers mounted)
77 lbs. 3 oz.
Depth of main unit excluding stabilizers is 305 mm (12-1/16 inches).
Founded in 1972 by Mr Ikutaro Kakehashi, Roland celebrated its 30th anniversary in 2002. Roland’s mission has always been “To Inspire the Enjoyment of Creativity and has become a true multinational company with over 20 Roland companies, five manufacturing facilities and five Research and Development Centres around the world.
The Roland of today owes much to the use of leading-edge technologies. Roland introduced the very first electronic piano in 1973 (EP-10), followed by the introduction of the world’s first touch-sensitive digital piano in 1974 and the first electric piano to be fitted with a hammer action in 1991. Such is Mr Kakehashi’s commitment to music, Roland is a key player in the expanding digital market.
Roland prides itself on giving customer satisfaction, through comprehensive production from development process to final manufacturing. The Research and Development Centres in Hamamatsu and Osaka are responsible for technologies essential for the future, while the Hosoe factory houses an extensive sound lab where new products are tested. The manufacture of some products now uses a unique “cell” production system in which a single worker completely assembles each product from start to finish. This ensures high quality products.
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This product was added to our catalog on Friday 04 May, 2012.
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