Roland RD-300NX

88-key Digital Stage Piano with SuperNATURAL Pianos and Electric Pianos, Ivory Feel Keyboard with Escapement
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Pro-quality Piano Sounds, Great Keyboard Value!

Get amazingly realistic piano and organ sounds onstage, with Roland's astounding (and impressively affordable) RD-300NX stage piano. This ultra-playable piano is perfect for all kinds of performances, thanks to its hundreds of built-in sounds and rhythms, Ivory Feel-G keyboard, and onboard effects. The RD-300NX makes an ideal piano for the stage or the platform, with an incredibly easy-to-use One Touch Piano feature that gives you instant access to top-grade piano and electric piano sounds. These sounds are based on Roland's acclaimed SuperNATURAL technology - as are the fantastic onboard electric piano sounds. Play the RD-300NX and get expressive playability plus outstanding sounds, from a keyboard that's also a great value!

The RD-300NX also includes the amazing Sound Focus feature, which ensures that every note you play can be heard clearly, without affecting the dynamics of your playing style. Whether you're playing solo or in a group, you'll know that even your most nuanced passages will be heard. You'll also appreciate Roland's Piano Designer feature, which lets you "build" custom pianos via the easy-to-read display. Don't compromise on great piano performance; play the RD-300NX and find out just what a stage piano can do for you!

Roland RD-300NX Digital Stage Piano Features:
  • SuperNATURAL Piano sound engine
  • Electric 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
  • Ivory Feel-G Keyboard with Escapement
  • One Touch Piano feature and graphic LCD
  • Hundreds of high quality built-in sounds
  • 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 (SMF/Audio File Player)
  • File Format: Standard MIDI File - format-0/1; Audio File - WAV (44.1 kHz, 16-bit linear)
  • 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 (backlit)
  • Connectors: 1/4" output jacks (L/MONO, R), damper pedal jack, control pedal jacks (FC1, FC2), MIDI connectors (IN, OUT), USB connectors (MIDI, Memory), stereo 1/4" phones jack, DC IN jack
  • Power consumption: 11 watts
  • Dimensions: 56-5/8" W x 13-5/16" D x 5-9/16" H
  • Weight: 38 lbs., 10 oz.
  • Included Accessories: Owner's manual, damper pedal (capable of continuous detection), AC adapter, power cord (for AC adapter)
Roland's RD-300NX digital piano gives you all the great sounds and functions you need for great performances on any stage!

Tech Specs

Number of Keys 88
Presets 939
Polyphony 128 Notes
Effects Yes
Audio Outputs 2 x 1/4"
Pedal Inputs Damper, Control
MIDI I/O In/Out/USB
Height 5.56"
Width 56.625"
Depth 13.31"
Weight 38 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number RD-300NX

Customer Reviews

4/5
Based on 13 reviews
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5/5

Love the RD-300NX

I was originally looking for a less expensive model (or manufacturer) but the wife asked me if I wanted to buy the wrong thing twice or get the right piano the first time... she was correct. This is a really superb keyboard. I didn't find the learning curve to be difficult. The sound is such that on the first gig when I used it, I overheard someone on the dance floor asking the person next to them, "Is he playing a REAL piano?" Well, it feels like I am, and it has a beautiful sound that I can adjust anyway I want to. I love it. It really helps when you have a Sales Engineer that you've been dealing with for years. Mine is David Mikautadze. He's guided through everything from Pro-Tools, headphones, keyboards and now this piano.Thanks for always shooting straight and giving out the right advice!
Music background: Playing pro & recording for many years
4.5/5

Great gigging piano

This piano has great, chunky sounds, useful features, and a beautiful action. It's built like a tank, and I don't think any pianist would find it lacking. The only reason I'm not giving it five stars is the fact that you can only layer/split three sounds at once. If only it was capable of two upper and two lower layers, I'd give it six stars!
Music background: All styles of music
4.5/5

Great board

Really love my new RD-300... Sound quality is awesome, feel of the board is superb, and it's easy to navigate with a fairly gentle learning curve (give yourself a couple of hours to work through the manual, and you should have the basic functions down). My favorite thing about this board: many great bass sounds (I play a lot of walking bass lines at gigs where I'm comping for myself), and it's easy to control the individual levels for patches you're using in split and/or dual modes (so i never have to worry about the bass getting swallowed up by the piano patch, or vice versa). It's also easy to adjust the EQ to fit a particular room I'm playing in or PA I'm using. I'm not giving it the full 5 stars because it's not as easy to access sounds as quickly (for live gigs) as a previous RD-300 i used to have. HOWEVER, it has greater variety of sounds to choose from, so that's the trade off. I have overcome the somewhat laborious sound accessing process by storing the sound combinations that i use most often in a "Live Setting" (basically, a user bank of sounds) where i can put my best-loved combos right next to each other, thus making it easy to dial between them. ALMOST bought the Yamaha board in a similar price range... With all due respect to Yamaha (I own a Yamaha board as well), after playing both, I feel like i got WAY more instrument for the same money with the RD-300. Highly recommended.
Music background: Swing Era pianist/crooner
4.5/5

Light weight good sounds priced right

Rd 300nx for the money is a good buy midi up to xk3c and leslie3300 makes for great live and studio rig. love feel of keys sounds great on recordings and out live in Sound system
Music background: Song writer recording and live sound engineer pro musician
4.5/5

excellent piano

brand new and still learning how to manipulate the midi implementation but as for sounds and programing - all great stuff. and it's light But of course the grand feature is the piano sound and the Roland keyboard feel. Thank god for the easy keyboard splits and layers
Music background: pro musician
See also: Electric Pianos, Roland, Roland Digital Pianos