Roland HP-101 Digital Piano

Roland Updated: 2009-02-13 RSS
Roland HP-101 Digital Piano

The affordably-priced but uncompromisingly-crafted HP101 is built for endless piano enjoyment and musical creativity. It offers a rich, exceptionally realistic grand piano sound, as well as its own Compact Progressive Hammer-Action Keyboard with a varied touch resistance between the upper and lower ranges, just like an acoustic grand. It also features three pedals, a sliding keyboard cover, and a compact new cabinet that requires less clearance space in back, and fits almost anywhere. The HP101 is the perfect "first" piano for any home.

* 88-note Compact Progressive Hammer-Action Keyboard (CPA-5)
* 14 tones incorporating Roland's stereo-sampled piano sounds with "Damper" Resonance; 64-voice polyphony
* Key lid, 3 pedals, headphone hook


Keyboard: 88 keys (Compact Progressive Hammer-Action Keyboard)
Touch Sensitivity: Light, Medium, Heavy, Fixed
Keyboard Mode: Whole, Layer / Dual (volume balance adjustable)

Sound Generator
Max. Polyphony: 64 voices
Tones: 14 tones
Temperament: 7 types, tonic selectable
Stretched Tuning: 2 types
Master Tuning: 415.3 Hz - 466.2 Hz (0.1 Hz Step)
Transpose: -6 to +5 (in semitones)
Effect: Reverb (8 levels),Chorus (E. Piano only)
Piano Resonance: Damper Resonance

Beat: 0, 2, 3, 4, 6
Volume: 8 levels

Internal Songs: 65 songs