Musical bands used to be restricted to practicing at their keyboard
player's house or studio. With the advent of electronic pianos, the
largest keyboard instrument became portable. Oscar Peterson would have
loved this: a piano so portable, you can roll it up and put it in your jacket pocket! The Yamano Hand ROll Piano is also digital!
Imagine, the Yamano Roll-Up Piano (No, it's not a Yamaha!) weighs only two pounds! It has
most of the features of a full size electric piano, but the keyboard is
made of silicon enabling its flexibility. An ABS plastic coating makes
the keys nice and slick, just like ebony and ivory!
Here are some of the ROll Up Piano's features:
- Full Size 61 Standard Keys (C2-C7) 5 Octave + 1 Key Keyboard with Standard MIDI Out - 16 Output Channel Design
- 128 Tone Repertoire, 100 Background Rhythms, 20 Demo Tunes and 16-note Polyphony
- Built in Speaker with Digital Volume Control; Plug-in jack for headphones or external speakers or amplifiers
- Roll it up and put it inside the included pouch for easy storage or travel with ease.
- Can be operated with 4 AA batteries (12 - 15 hours run time) or the included AC Adaptor
With the economy on the slide, how many amateur musicians can afford to
buy an a digital or electric piano? How many parents would love to give
their children an opportunity to learn to play the piano, but can't afford one.
This holiday, the Yamano ROll Up Piano would be a great gift for either a piano
student or band member. And a music teacher could carry this piano from
lesson to lesson!
Available at Amazon.com for about $100!