Roland has announced the GP digital piano series, the latest generation of instruments in the company’s premier digital piano lineup. The GP series represents the pinnacle of Roland piano development, merging advanced technologies with finely crafted grand piano designs that bring elegance and grandeur to any space. These stunning instruments deliver world-class sound and touch to satisfy the most advanced players, coupled with inspiring modern features for learning, entertaining and everyday enjoyment. From the flagship GP-9 and GP-9M to the mid-size GP-6 to the uniquely compact GP-3, there’s a model to bring piano luxury to every environment. Roland’s digital benefits are infused throughout, including Bluetooth® audio/MIDI connectivity, deep integration with the Roland Piano App and more.
Roland has spent the last five decades moving piano design forward, reimagining classic elements with advanced technologies that make a premium piano experience accessible to everyone. The GP series unifies the traditional and the modern in a powerful fusion, offering bold, luxurious instruments with refined musical performance and exciting new digital capabilities for today’s lifestyles.
The GP series embodies signature piano elegance with flowing curves, solid lines and striking high-gloss finishes. Like traditional acoustic grands, each model features a top lid that opens for broader sound projection and an integrated keyboard cover to hide and protect the keys when not in use. Minimalist controls smoothly flow into the panel designs for an organic look. The GP-9M, GP-9 and GP-6 feature touch buttons that disappear when the backlighting is turned off, maintaining the acoustic aesthetic and eliminating distractions while playing.
The GP series opens a world of choices that are unavailable with acoustic grand pianos. Four configurations allow piano enthusiasts to select a size and feature set that suits their space while projecting a majestic look. And thanks to their sophisticated digital sound engines, every GP model sounds like a full concert-class grand, regardless of physical size.
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