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Roland RP-102 88 Key Digital Piano (Black) EXPIRED

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Adorama.com has Roland RP-102 88 Key Digital Piano (Black) for $999.99 - $300.99 w/ coupon code SPRINGTIME = $699. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian

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  • Roland RP-102 88 Key Digital Piano
  • AC Adaptor
  • Power Cord
  • Music Rest
  • Leaflet "Stand Assembly"
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Lol at people who think everyone has to like, value and buy the same things! Also, who can't spell behemoth.
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I bought one of these for my 7 year old to learn on. Seems 100% adequate and doesn't need the tuning and I can move it myself (vs. a 'real' piano). He's been having a great time and from the research I did before purchase there wasn't anything that was significantly better on the market at this kind of price point. I had to buy the Piano and stand separate. I paid $479 for the Piano, and $99 for the stand so it was ~$100 less than this. From the picture it looks like it has the pedals which would run another $75 but doesn't show in the 'included' list so I'm wondering if they're really included or not. The lack of pedals has yet to make a difference for my kid FWIW.
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I have had the F-140r over a year ago as first piano. Its really great, but I am really liking the cabinet style of RP range, just got my IRS refund, might just drop a quick $700...
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Just what I was looking for, and free shipping seals the deal!
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Lol at people who think everyone has to like, value and buy the same things! Also, who can't spell behemoth.
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I'm tempted on this... mainly for the bluetooth and ios app connectivity. I just bought that Casio privia flagship and very disappointed that doesn't have bluetooth or wireless (in this day and age... AND for a flagship....).

I might see if my local shops have this so I can see how it plays and sounds and if it's good enough, i'll just throw that crap casio in a corner somewhere and keep my DGX-650 and this one . Smilie
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So my kids are going to be taking piano lessons and I'd like something which is a similar experience but which I can plug headphones into, is this a good investment or is there a better "piano-like" digital alternative? I don't want it to hold them back because they're practicing on a digital instrument.
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I bought one of these for my 7 year old to learn on. Seems 100% adequate and doesn't need the tuning and I can move it myself (vs. a 'real' piano). He's been having a great time and from the research I did before purchase there wasn't anything that was significantly better on the market at this kind of price point. I had to buy the Piano and stand separate. I paid $479 for the Piano, and $99 for the stand so it was ~$100 less than this. From the picture it looks like it has the pedals which would run another $75 but doesn't show in the 'included' list so I'm wondering if they're really included or not. The lack of pedals has yet to make a difference for my kid FWIW.
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Guys, how does this compare to the Casio PX-860 that was $699 shipped last Thanksgiving? Does this have less polyphonics?
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I bought one of these for my 7 year old to learn on. Seems 100% adequate and doesn't need the tuning and I can move it myself (vs. a 'real' piano). He's been having a great time and from the research I did before purchase there wasn't anything that was significantly better on the market at this kind of price point. I had to buy the Piano and stand separate. I paid $479 for the Piano, and $99 for the stand so it was ~$100 less than this. From the picture it looks like it has the pedals which would run another $75 but doesn't show in the 'included' list so I'm wondering if they're really included or not. The lack of pedals has yet to make a difference for my kid FWIW.
Where did you get just the piano for $479? That sounds cheap for this.
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It looks pretty compact for an 88 key piano to me. Grands would take a whole lot more room. What standard piano size (with pedals) alternative would you have that's significantly smaller?
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Where did you get just the piano for $479? That sounds cheap for this.

Probably talking about the Roland FP-30, which I think is a better deal than this packaged one as it has less "options" and features here
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Does Guitar center matches the after coupon prices? If that's the case I want to get one there as it is pretty near to my home. Any experiences?
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This is a feature reduced version of the FP 30
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