Starting out on piano can feel overwhelming. But Roland’s GO:PIANO works alongside your smartphone to offer a simple and compact learning solution. When you wirelessly connect to a smartphone using Bluetooth®, you can enjoy unlimited free online content that makes learning faster and more fun, including online piano lessons, karaoke, and tutorial videos for your favorite songs.

Play along as the online content streams through GO:PIANO’s high-quality onboard Bluetooth speakers, or create music on the move with this compact keyboard’s space-saving portable design, battery operation, and headphones support. Plus, with natural sound derived from Roland’s premium digital pianos, you’ll want to keep using this piano even after you step up to a full-size instrument. Grab your smartphone and start your musical journey with GO:PIANO today!

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Features
  • Onboard high-quality Bluetooth speakers for wireless smartphone connection
  • Compact and lightweight for playing and storing anywhere
  • Fully wireless operation with battery power and Bluetooth connectivity
  • Premium piano performance in a compact and affordable instrument
  • 61-note keyboard with standard full-size keys and expressive touch response
  • Bluetooth MIDI support for advanced music lessons with your smartphone or tablet
  • Metronome, transpose, and recording features support daily practice
  • Play anytime with built-in speakers or headphones

Listed2 years ago
ConditionExcellent (Used)
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