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Roland RD-2000 Digital Stage Piano
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Roland RD-2000 Digital Stage Piano

Roland's best RD yet gives you SuperNATURAL acoustic pianos and classic EPs, vintage effects like the BOSS CE-1 Chorus, and hybrid wooden hammer-action keys.

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Submitted November 16, 2017 by Kyn Mahone in Los Angeles, CA
"Roland has done it AGAIN!!!!!"
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I've owned/played alot of stage pianos in my career, and I must say that the RD-2000 is the best stage piano out right now.The RD series just keeps getting better. The V-Piano engine has a great sound...very warm and responsive. The Rhodes patches are well made. A fellow musician pulled me to the side just to tell me how much it sounded like a genuine Rhodes in the house. My only gripe so far is with the "Other" sounds. I wish I had more control over the lead and synth patches like I do in a Fantom or JV series product, but it's a stage piano so I make it work. The selling point for me is the DAW integration. I've used it with Ableton Live, and it syncs up very well; and the Sub-outs are very handy when using this board with Ableton or Mainstage. I couple the RD with my XV-5080, so being able to use MIDI and USB gives me so many sound options just in case the RD doesn't have a sound I want right away. This is probably the most versatile board (musically and technologically) I've ever owned, and it's built like a tank, so I know I'll be using this for years to come...unless Roland comes out with something even better!!!!!
Musical Background:
MD/Keys player...10 years professionally
Musical Style:
R&B, Pop, Hip Hop, Gospel, CCM...and whatever else I get hired for.
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Submitted March 21, 2018 by Rick S in Taylorsville, GA
"Roland RD2000"
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I have a history of using Yamaha stage pianos, and still love them, but the Roland RD2000 is amazing. The new frame and weighted key action is nothing short of awesome. I do find it a bit lacking in the ep library but the piano samples are the reason I purchased. I have had this keyboard for right at a year now and have enjoyed every time I have used it. I would highly recommend this product.
Sound
It has so many piano options that it is hard to chose the best!
Features
I love the ability to layer sounds and the slides are a great asset to getting the desired tones.
Ease of Use
There is a bit of a learning curve as will all products. But there are so many online videos that this is not an issue.
Quality
The aluminum frame is a great addition. Not to mention it looks great on stage!
Value
It is worth the cost. It was much less than the Nord I was looking at and sounds just as good.
Manufacturer Support
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The Wow Factor
The cosmetic look is amazing. You can never go wrong with the extra lights on the faders and knobs in a low light situation.
Musical Background:
20+years on the road.
Musical Style:
Christian - Southern Gospel.
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Submitted January 8, 2018 by Brad S in Fairfax Station, VA
"Great digital stage piano"
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Beautiful sounds and exceptional touch. Also, very easy to use. Only caution is with the great hammer action and very solid build, this is a heavy keyboard.
Musical Background:
Professional musician as an avocation for nearly 50 years.
Musical Style:
Jazz, standards, R&B, blues, and whatever anyone requests :-)
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Submitted October 3, 2019 by John A in Dallas, TX
"An Exceptional Quality Professional Stage Piano!!!"
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I've been playing pianos/organs professionally for over 40 yrs. I sold my Yamaha digital piano and Korg Extreme 88 in hopes of finding something much better. After buying the RD-2000, I do believe I've truly found a most exceptional stage keyboard!
Musical Background:
Over 40 yrs. Organs, Pianos, Accordin, Guitars, Banjo
Musical Style:
Country, Country Gospel, Gospel, Christian Contemporary, Ragtime, Pop, Rock, Show Tunes, Easy Listening
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Submitted July 17, 2019 by Edward Duke in Bartlett, TN
"Good Stage Piano but..."
I have had several Roland keyboards over the years. Roland XV-88, Roland XP-80, etc. Overall I like the sounds and most features of the the keyboard. However, I am highly disappointed with the function and placement of the Transpose button. After playing the XV-88 for years, which had the best Transpose button / function, the Transpose button on the RD2000 is almost useless. I would request that the Transpose button and function be changed back to compare with that of the XV-88. Since I use the Transpose button to modulate during the song, the placement is very awkward and you are forced to take your right hand off of the keyboard to transpose. Also, if you press the button and bump a note at the same time, you have no idea what key you will get. Again, with the XV or XP that was never an issue. The Transpose setting is cleared when the unit is powered off. It must be reset every time the keyboard is powered on. The setting can not be saved with the set ups. IF you forget and start playing, you have a problem. I called customer support to request a software change to give me the option to save the setting in the set up and for touching the note to not set the transpose value, but was told that would not happen. He said most people save the set up with key shifted in the set up. That means instead of using Transpose, you change to a different set. That does not work well when modulating during a song. Roland, PLEASE change the Transpose to function like the XV-88... Or at least give me a parameter to turn off "setting by touching the note" and be able to save the setting.
Musical Background:
I've been playing music and leading worship in church about 45 years.
Musical Style:
Christian music, all styles. Wedding music. What ever is requested by the couple.
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