Roland announced the F-50 Digital Piano, a stylish new instrument with a light wood grain cabinet ideal for the home, featuring an 88-note Progressive Hammer-Action Keyboard, built-in song recorder and 65 demo songs to make practice more effective.
A choice of 20 sounds cover the spectrum of acoustic and electric pianos, plus organ, strings and more--all playable from the 88-note Progressive Hammer-Action Keyboard with a lighter touch in the upper range and a heavier touch in the lower range. The supplied DP-8 Half Damper Pedal supports the full range of pedal positions for a more realistic piano playing experience.
Sounds can be layered in Dual mode, while several "Split" tones make it possible to play two sounds like bass or strings on the left-hand and piano or organ on the right. Practice makes perfect, and that's why the F-50 includes a built-in Song Recorder for recording and playing back a performance. It's a great way to check one's playing for accuracy. And with 65 demo songs built-in--including many classical favorites.
Connections include stereo 1/4-inch outputs, stereo 1/4-inch inputs, two stereo 1/4-inch Headphones jacks, Damper and Soft pedal inputs, plus MIDI In and Out jacks.