Roland used the 2004 Summer NAMM show to add three new digital pianos to the HP-Series.
The new flagship HP-107 digital piano uses Roland's latest technology to give players the ultimate piano sound. It features a a progressive hammer-action keyboard, enhanced stereo-sampled piano sounds, and improved resonance.
Moving down the line the new HP-103 offers Roland's finest piano sounds and features including the 88-note progressive hammer action keyboard, and 20 instrument sounds in an attractive, upright cabinet available in mahogany, oak and maple finishes. Best of all players can experience the HP-103s sounds the way they were meant to be heard, thanks to a newly designed speaker system. Both of these new pianos are now equipped with a new "demo function" that enables dealers to demonstrate unique features in a simple manner.
The affordable HP-101 digital piano boasts stereo-sampled piano sounds, the progressive hammer action keyboard and an elegant and sturdy cabinet. With slide key lid with ultra-smooth movement, a headphone hook and simple control panel, the HP-101 is an excellent solution for any home piano player.