Roland EP-7 MK II Digital Piano
The ep-7mkII has a 76-note velocity-sensitive, weighted keyboard and eight CD-quality instrument sounds for creating life-like performances that can be stored on the built-in four song recorder.
The Perfect First Piano
Roland's ep-series Digital Pianos bring you all the enjoyment of acoustic pianos and much more, but without any of the disadvantages. Being digital instruments, ep pianos never need tuning, and better yet, they're easily portable, unlike acoustic pianos. Along with their incredibly realistic piano sounds, ep pianos feature other high quality sounds that are perfect for playing classical music, jazz, pop, church music as well as just about any other style of music. The ep-9 keyboard offers a full 88 notes while the ep-7II has 76 notes and both have weighed and touch-sensitive keyboards. The affordable prices of the ep-series make these Roland digital pianos perfect as first pianos and portable keyboards for performing, as well as being ideal for practice pianos in apartment or bedrooms.
A treat for your ears
The realistic high-quality sounds of the ep-series significantly enhance playing and listening enjoyment. The ep-9 and ep-7II let you play in a wide range of styles with their eight built-in sounds: Acoustic Pianos(Piano 1, Piano 2), Electric Piano, Vibraphone, Strings, Organ, Harpsichord and Choir. You can even select two tone buttons to layer two different sounds to create rich textures. You'll be able to enjoy choosing sounds that perfectly match the song you are playing. The ep-9 and ep-7II also feature built-in digital reverb and chorus effects that can add more body to your sound. These pianos are equipped with built-in amplifiers and speakers that enable them to deliver the resonant majesty of acoustic pianos.
The piano student's dream come true
The ep-series pianos have been designed to help you get the most out of your piano lessons and practice time. Since each ep piano has two headphone jacks, you can have a lesson or play duets without disturbing others. Roland's digital technology allows the ep-9 and ep-7II to feature a convenient built-in Recorder. With this, you can listen to your performance as many times as you need to evaluate progress, practice two hands independently of each other, or even play four-handed pieces by yourself. The ep-9 and ep-7II also feature useful Key Transpose to play a song in a key that's more comfortable for you to play, if the song is in a difficult key.
|Keyboard||76keyTouch Sensitive & weighed|
|Preset Tones||8 (Piano1,Piano2,E.Piano,Vibraphone,Strings,Organ,Choir,Harpsichord)|
|Music Recorder Memory Capacity||Approx. 1,600 notes|
|No. of songs||4|
|Controls||Rec, Play, Song Select, Tempo|
|Controls/Switches||Power, Volume, Tune|
|Connectors||Output(L(Mono,R),Input(L(Mono,R)Damper Pedal, Soft Pedal, DC In,MIDI In/Out, Phones x 2|
|Options||RH120/80/20 Headphones, DP-6 Pedal Switch, DP-2 Pedal Switch|