Mint condition

All keys and buttons working flawlessly

The Roland XP-30 64-Voice Expandable Synthesizer resets the price/performance standard for professional synthesis by offering the world-renowned sound set of the acclaimed XP-80 workstation, plus all the waveforms from the "Session", "Orchestral", and "Techno" expansion boards, at a price within reach of serious musicians at any level.  
  • 61-key performance synth with velocity and aftertouch sensitivity
  • 64-voice polyphony
  • 1,406 patches, including all sounds from the "Session", "Orchestral" and "Techno" wave expansion boards
  • 28 Rhythm kits
  • 2 expansion slots for installing SR-JV80-Series expansion boards
  • Advanced Arpeggiator capabilities derived from the XP-60/80
  • Reverb, Chorus and 40 multi-EFX
  • Serial port MIDI interface
  • Four assignable Sound Palette sliders
  • Patch Finder and Phrase Preview for quick navigation and sound selection
  • SmartMedia card slot provides additional storage

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    Listeda year ago
    ConditionExcellent (Used)
    Excellent items are almost entirely free from blemishes and other visual defects and have been played or used with the utmost care.learn more
    Brand
    Model
    • XP-30 61-Key 64-Voice Expandable Synthesizer
    Finish
    • Black
    Categories
    Year
    • 1999 - 2004
    Made In
    • Japan
    Number of Keys
    • 61 Keys

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