Roland has announced Go:Piano 88, a new addition to the company's lineup of GO-series instruments and devices offering 88 full-size keys and natural sound derived from Roland's premium digital pianos in a portable cabinet. With built-in Bluetooth and an integrated stereo sound system, Go:Piano 88 works alongside a smartphone to offer a simple and compact learning solution that allows beginning pianists to connect wirelessly and stream audio from online piano lessons, karaoke, and tutorial videos.
Roland say with a Go:Piano 88 and a smartphone, anyone can play and learn music whenever inspiration strikes. Its lightweight design is easy to carry and set up anywhere, while high-quality onboard speakers, battery operation, and Bluetooth eliminate the need to fuss with add-ons such as external amplifiers, AC power, and messy cables. Go:Piano 88 also supports listening with headphones, allowing users to play at any time without disturbing others.
Roland Go:Piano 88 is the latest member of a growing family of Roland instruments and devices that make it simple for anyone to learn music and share performances with smartphones.
Other Roland GO-series models include:
- Aerophone GO—A unique and affordable digital wind instrument that's simple to operate and fun to play.
- GO:Keys—A portable keyboard filled with engaging features that allow beginners to start creating music immediately.
- Go:Piano—A more compact version of Go:Piano 88 with 61 full-size keys.
- Go:Mixer and Go:Mixer Pro—Compact audio mixers that allow users to mix and capture high-quality audio for their smartphone video productions.
Pricing appears to be £378 / $399.