Roland V-Piano

88-key Digital Piano with Presets, Customizable Settings, PHA-III Ivory Feel Keyboard, and Analog and Digital Outputs
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Astounding Piano Sounds and Feel in a Customizable Keyboard!

Roland's 88-key V-Piano gives you more than just an incredibly rich and expressive playing experience; it puts the authentic, natural sound and detail of a real piano into a standalone digital unit you simply have to hear to believe! The V-Piano lets you create your own "dream" piano, offering amazing presets as well as sound choices that extend to the smallest details (right down to the hardness of the hammer felts!). You get astoundingly natural feel and response from the keys, and an easy-to-use control panel makes it easy to get stunning sound after stunning sound from the V-Piano!

Roland V-Piano 88-key Digital Piano at a Glance:
  • Hear it to believe it
  • Advanced technology that's easy to command
  • Create your custom dream piano
  • PHA-III Ivory Feel keyboard

Hear it to believe it
The V-Piano soars above the limitations of past technologies with its revolutionary "living" piano core, allowing every note to respond and evolve naturally, seamlessly, and perfectly without requiring samples. With the V-Piano, there is no velocity switching, and it provides a smooth, natural decay that must be heard to be believed.

Advanced technology that's easy to command
High technology doesn't have to equate to high complexity for the pianist. With its clean control panel and logically designed user interface, the V-Piano is amazingly fast and friendly to navigate. Even deep-level editing is easy to access and understand. You'll be customizing and creating new sounds within minutes of first touching the instrument.

Create your custom dream piano
With the V-Piano, you can choose from beautifully crafted vintage grand-piano presets or you can create your own custom dream collection. Vary the hardness of the virtual hammer felts. Experiment with exotic string configurations and tunings. Put a world-famous grand under your fingertips or play a futuristic piano that has never been heard before.

PHA-III Ivory Feel keyboard
Even the most demanding pianist will appreciate the V-Piano's new PHA-III Ivory Feel keyboard with Escapement. This advanced keyboard technology reproduces the real feel of ivory for the natural keys and ebony for the sharps, and provides a true grand-piano touch and response. Even the subtle click feel when the "hammer" is released from the key (escapement) is reproduced.

Roland V-Piano 88-key Digital Piano Features:
  • Seamless, smooth, and incredibly realistic sound and feel
  • Presets and customizable piano sounds
  • PHA-III Ivory Feel keyboard with Escapement for true grand-piano response
  • Easy-to-use control panel
  • Analog and digital outputs, MIDI I/O
  • Includes editor CD-ROM, piano pedal, and power cord
  • Dimensions: 55-9/16" W x 20-7/8" D x 6-9/16" H
  • Weight: 84 lbs, 4 oz.
The Roland V-Piano gives you an incredibly rich playing experience and an array of incredible features!

Additional Media

Matt Gilder Interviewed by Sweetwater
NAMM News: Roland V-Piano Grand
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Tech Specs

Number of Keys 88
Type of Keys Weighted
Presets 24
Polyphony 128 Notes
Effects Yes
Sequencer 1-track
Audio Inputs 2 x TS
Audio Outputs 4 x XLR, 4 x TS
Pedal Inputs Piano Pedal, Damper, FC1, FC2
MIDI I/O In/Out/Thru/USB
Height 60.81" (Open), 37" (Closed)
Width 58.5"
Depth 59.25"
Weight 84.25 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number V-PIANOC

Customer Reviews

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The V- Piano and me was love at first sight! No other stage piano looks so darn good. I think Roland took some inspiration from the Rhodes design. Agree with previous reviewer also, you'll need some quality monitors to really enjoy the stunning sound of this piano. But in lieu of that you could get hold of a pair of Roland RH-5 Digital Piano headphones or similar. Its obviously billed as a stage piano and it certainly is sturdy and with that heavy. Though the brushed aluminium "hood" is VERY prone to finger marks and smudges. And though the wooden side panels are opulent they same to be made of quite soft wood which may dent or chip easily. But having said all that it looks so awesome and just gorgeous! The keys are very high quality I really think you wont find better with action and escapement etc. And also as previous reviewer pointed out it gets you really thinking about what a piano sound really means, what it is, and what it could be. You can emulate ANY piano thats previously been manufactured because its so editable, so far as a "piano" goes there are no boundaries, other than your time and effort :) So, to close: I know this piano is very expensive but really if you find one at a great price (and they are around) buy this piano! WELL DONE ROLAND *****ps. This piano is heavy make sure you get a PROPER stage piano stand. My first stand collapsed with the piano on it haha! But no worries its fine :) Roland do one for about 65 pounds. the official stand is like 345 pounds
Music background: Performance composer

Gets better and better

I purchased this piano almost a year ago because I was doing a lot more acoustic type music and I had no space for the grand piano I wanted and because I thought it would be more flexible than an upright. This piano is very enjoyable to play. I've always enjoyed the way this piano plays and was 'more than content' with the way it sounded. I did a session in a studio recently with a Steinway that sounded very good to me in the studio. When I listened to the tracks back home, something about them sounded well, not quite right. I decided to import the pro tools session into logic to try laying the tracks down with the v-piano, running xlr into my metric halo converters. Wow. Now the session was coming alive. I then started playing with the editing software to tweak the resonance and tuning. This piano can be almost anything you want it to be in terms of character. I love this piano for recording now. There's a great studio close to me with a great engineer. The one thing that always bothered me about it was the piano. He has a Yamaha C7 that's quite brittle sounding and a little one dimensional. I can now do more sessions there or anywhere now since I can get the piano just the way I want it or in ways I'd never considered. This is, in my opinion, the most playable digital piano on the market. It is however, at the mercy of the sound system you play it through since it has no sound system of its own. That being said, with it's xlr outputs, is the easiest piano to record and by far the most flexible. I am exploring things I had not considered before with a piano and the creative possibilities are really amazing. I am in love with my v-piano now and it's growing.
Music background: Pro Musician
See also: Electric Pianos, Roland, Roland Digital Pianos