I use this piano for concerts , mostly in churches, and I bought it for two reasons.....one for the harp sound and two for the portability. I am more than satisfied on both counts. The first time I used the harp sound to accompany "Barcarolle" Hoffmann.... it was so amusing all the audience turned around, looking for the harp. I also have a Yamaha P-105 and P-155, which have a lighter action to play, but not the range of sounds. I find that the action on the Roland is quite heavy, especially doing a glissando, but one gets used to it. I haven't found it necessary to add an amplifier for concerts, which I do for the Yamaha P-105, but I haven't yet used it in a really big church. The various controls, transposition, metronome, recording etc are all easy to manage, and I'm elderly and not very technical! I really like the fact that you can change the volume of the metronome. It fits easily into the Thomann bag, and then into the car (little Citroen), and I can handle it on my own. So yes, I recommend this piano, without reservation.
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