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Roland V-COMBO VR-09 Live Performance Keyboard
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Travel-ready, affordable, and outfitted with top-level Roland sounds, the V-Combo VR-09 is the ideal all-in-one solution for performing keyboard players. Dedicated piano, organ, and synth sound engines organized in three intuitive blocks on the front panel provide all the essential tones you need, right under your fingertips.
The powerful real-time controls give you maximum expression on stage, with nine sliders for tone shaping and a large array of knobs and buttons for tweaking the seven simultaneous effects and various parameters.
Other great features include an onboard looper, a drum section stocked with a library of rhythms for practice and jamming, and more. With its versatile sound selection, inspiring operation, and smart user interface, the V-Combo VR-09 is a dream come true for gigging musicians.
- Inspiring Piano, Organ and Synth Sounds for Live Use With 61-Note Keyboard
- Lightweight (just 5 kg) and Mobile; Battery or AC Power
- Pro-quality Acoustic and Electric Pianos, Including Grand Piano with 88-note Stereo Multisampling
- SuperNATURAL-Powered Virtual Tone Wheel Organ with Nine Harmonic Bars, Plus Transistor-type ‘60s Organ Tone
- Looper and Built-in Rhythm Patterns; WAV/MP3/SMF Song Playback Via Optional USB Memory