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Roland V-Combo VR-700

by Roland

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  • Roland's acclaimed Virtual Tone Wheel and COSM technology provide authentic organ sound
  • Dedicated harmonic bars, rotary-speaker simulation, and amp models, including Active Amp Enhancer
  • 76-key waterfall keyboards offers smooth glissandos, fast action, and provides enough keys for splits
  • Full organ simulation with Split function plus pedalboard capability (optional Roland PK-25A, PK-7A)
  • Essential ensemble sounds (with tone remain function) onboard, including 88-key multi-sampled pianos, EP, strings, brass, synth pads, and more
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Product Description

Hey gigging keyboardists, the V-Combo VR-700 is the one you've been waiting for! This sleek, stage-ready instrument puts all the classic sounds you want, right into one portable (and surprisingly value-packed!) keyboard. The V-Combo VR-700 offers up a mythical Virtual Tone Wheel organ sound, complete with dedicated harmonic bars. Plus, there's a 76-key waterfall keyboard, so you can nail smooth glissandos, while hanging onto enough keys for splits. Roland knows that you need more than first-class organ sounds. That's why you'll find grand piano, EP, strings, brass, synth lead sounds, and more — all in your V-Combo VR-700.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 15.6 x 49.6 x 5 inches ; 35.3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 47.5 pounds
  • ASIN: B0035JDZDC
  • Item model number: VR-700
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #207,988 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at February 18, 2010

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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Mike Tarrani HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWER on April 17, 2012
I purchased this keyboard (used) because my Roland RD-300NX Digital Stage Piano was abysmal when it came to emulating a B3, which I wanted. To set expectations, if all you want is a board that inexpensively allows you to play organ, then you are going to be much better off with this Hammond model that is the same approximate price: Hammond SK1 61-Key Lightweight Full Featured Organ. Roland makes great stuff, but there is no contest when it comes to Hammond.

On the other hand, the Roland does a credible job of providing realistic piano, plus has an added advantage of a relatively decent synth. The Hammond, as great as it is, is a one trick pony.

Another advantage to the Roland (as a multi-purpose instrument) is it has 76 keys, giving you much more flexibility than a 61 key instrument. Additionally, the Roland has drawbars, which set it apart from the knobs that competing Nord boards come with. But the thing I most like are the controls that give you tonewheel selections (vintage 1, vintage 2 or clean), Leslie rotary speed and other controls that make this keyboard a relatively decent B3 emulator. Again, it will not beat out the Hammond cited above when it comes to realistic B3 sound, but you cannot flip the Hammond into piano (or synth) mode.

The key feel is merely OK. It does not come close to the Roland RD-300NX, which is a shame since Roland obviously knows a thing or two about making an electronic keyboard feel like a well crafted piano.
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