Roland EP760 76-Key Digital Piano (Without Stand)
The EP760 is an affordable way to bring home a true Roland digital piano. It features a 76-note weighted keyboard and some of the best piano and instrument sounds available at any price. These features - along with an intuitive interface and choice of three keyboard modes make the EP760 both flexible and fun to play.
Designed For Your Lifestyle
- Affordably-priced digital piano in new metallic-gray cabinet
- 76-note weighted keyboard with touch sensitivity
- Roland’s most realistic piano sounds and 64-voice polyphony
- 20 instrument sounds including strings, organ and choir
- Intuitive operation via dedicated buttons and simple LED display
- 3 flexible keyboard modes: Whole, Dual and Split
- 65 preset songs for listening or practice, plus easy Song Recorder
- Onboard reverb and chorus effects for “concert hall” sound
From its metallic-gray body to its sleek front panel, the EP760 puts modern styling right at your fingertips. And while this entry-level piano is extremely affordable, it doesn’t skimp on features. To start, there’s a 76-note weighted keyboard that makes playing more natural, plus built-in speakers so you can plug in and play. Owning a Roland digital piano has never been this easy!
Roland's Finest Sounds
Roland digital pianos are known for their realistic sounds, and the EP760 is no exception. It uses the same gorgeous piano and instrument sounds of more expensive models—20 tones in all! There's everything from acoustic and electric piano to harpsichord, strings, choir and bass. With so many sounds, you can create rich arrangements that make practice more fun.
Exciting Performance Features
The EP760's three keyboard modes make it easy to create splits and layers. Select "Dual" to layer two sounds with independent volume control. Or choose "Split" to divide the keyboard into two sections, each with its own sound. (Naturally, the split point is completely adjustable.) Topping this off are the EP760's 65 preset songs and easy Song Recorder—perfect for practicing or just listening to great music.