Roland has announced the V-Combo VR-700, a new All-In-One Stage Keyboard.
Featuring the best of Roland’s acclaimed Virtual Tonewheel organ, full key multi-sampled piano, and pro synthesizer sounds, the V-Combo is perfect for players who need an all-in-one keyboard for a variety of musical settings, including houses of worship, stage performances, and rehearsal studios. The V-Combo offers powerful real-time performance capabilities in a simple-to-use-interface.
The V-Combo provides an authentic sound and feel to satisfy any organ player. Using Roland’s Virtual Tonewheel engine, the V-Combo simulates the unique structure and distinctive sound of vintage organs. The new amplifier and rotary simulator faithfully reproduces the sound needed for jazz, rock, funk or gospel, while the 76-key waterfall action captures the feel of a vintage organ. Add an optional PK-25 or PK-7A pedalboard for a more console-organ type feel.
V-Combo VR-700 features
- 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.
- Dual-manual 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.
- Full polyphony in the organ section, 128-voice polyphony for the ensemble section.
- WAV/AIFF/MP3/SMF playback function for backing tracks.
- Built-in rhythm patterns for practice and play-along performance.
- Store user and system settings onboard and to USB memory sticks.
- Versatile I/O, including professional XLR outputs.
The V-Combo VR-700 is scheduled to ship in March with a suggested retail price of $2,329 USD.