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State-of-the-art digital pianos available in grand, upright, stage, and specialty models.

Roland’s quest to build the ultimate electronic piano started soon after the company was founded in 1972. Back then, much of the technology didn’t exist so they had to invent it. Early highlights included developing Japan’s first all-electronic combo piano, the world’s first touch-sensitive keyboard, and even co-developing the MIDI language that allows all electronic musical instruments to talk to each other. All the while, they have refined the sound and touch to satisfy the stage and practice needs of world-class pianists. Roland also strives to design pianos that look as good as they sound; from classically-styled grand and upright pianos, to contemporary pianos with a stylish flat-top cabinet or a cutting-edge metallic body. Even though there is no end to mastering the art of piano making, we’re excited to see what lies ahead.

Grand Pianos

The GP609 is a grand piano without compromise. You can experience the performance of a traditional acoustic grand, whose sound has been at the heart of music for over 300 years. And you also get to explore the endless creative possibilities offered by the latest digital technology. Since creating the world’s first touch-sensitive electronic piano in 1974, Roland has become a leader in digital piano innovation – and the new GP609 embodies our belief that advanced technology and know-how can take your music further. If you need convincing that technology and tradition can coexist, take a seat at the Roland GP609 Digital Grand. This luxurious instrument offers every type of player a sublime grand piano experience, fusing advanced technology and authentic playing feel with the classic grand piano cabinet design. Be inspired by an instrument that combines the latest sound engine with a brand-new keyboard mechanism, enhanced multi-channel speaker system, and a variety of digital advantages – along with stunning sounds that will spark great performances for years to come. 

If you’ve longed to own a grand piano but were discouraged by the cost or weight, then the Roland GP607 could be the perfect addition to your home. A stylish digital mini grand piano in polished ebony or white, the GP607 pays homage to the classic grand piano form with an imposing-yet-graceful design. And although its appearance is traditional, explore a little deeper and you’ll discover the very latest technology. Bluetooth® connectivity lets you wirelessly stream songs from your tablet/phone through the GP607’s powerful 4.1 multi-channel speakers, filling your room with rich, clear sound. SuperNATURAL Piano Modeling technology offers supremely realistic piano sound and, along with the expressive touch of the new PHA-50 keyboard, provides a playing experience that will satisfy the connoisseur. And a host of onboard learning features—including connection to piano education apps—will ensure that you’ll stay motivated and your piano skills will constantly improve. Whether you want a strikingly beautiful addition to your living space or a sophisticated mini grand piano that supports your family as they learn to play, the GP607 brings beauty, elegance, and evocative piano performance into your home.

Premium Upright Pianos

Playing an expressive piano at a great-sounding venue feels incredible. The purity of the piano tone. The responsiveness of the keyboard. And the ambience of the room that further enhances the sound. But instead of just imagining how it would feel, why not find out for yourself? Roland’s new LX700 piano series recreates this immersive playing experience with superior sound and peerless expression, housed within refined, elegant cabinet designs that invite you to perform. But while the sound and action are worthy of a high-end traditional instrument, Roland’s digital expertise lets you go much further. Maybe you’ll discover the unique atmosphere of a world-class concert hall or studio (even when using headphones). You could explore the distinctive tonal qualities of European or American-style grand pianos, relayed through our powerful Acoustic Projection multi-speaker systems. Or you may be inspired to play more often with Roland’s unique Piano Every Day app. Play a piano in the LX700 series and you’ll quickly find there’s a lot to love; getting started is easy – stopping is much harder.

Upright Pianos

Playing the piano is one of life’s most rewarding experiences, whether teaching yourself or watching your family discover a passion for music. Roland’s HP700 series supports your ambitions with a gorgeous piano sound, sophisticated styling, and helpful features that’ll keep you coming back for more. And with the flexibility and expression to suit any genre or playing standard, you’ll have an instrument that grows with you. Whatever your reasons for owning a piano, the HP700 series can help fulfill them—bringing style, culture, and music into the heart of your home.

Meet the Roland Team

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Rick Fuchs

rickf@willismusic.com
(859) 283-6050
Florence, KY

Rick holds a BA degree in Marketing Management. Rick’s life long musical pursues started at a young age with piano lessons, then woodwind instruments and guitar. Rick joined the Willis Management team in 1991 and managed the Tri-County and Florence locations. In his current role as the Director of Steinway Concert and Artist pianos, he helps pianists who come to play at the musical venues in the Cincinnati area. 

Dustin Austin 

dustina@willismusic.com
(859) 273-4063
Lexington, KY

Dustin studied music education at Morehead State University. He has studied the piano for 25+ years. His experience with the instrument includes teaching, musical theater, weddings, funerals, parties, selling & serving as a church pianist for nearly two decades. In his opinion, music is a language meant to be shared with everyone. It is extremely important to mold & encourages younger generations to have a passion for the musical arts. Let our staff help spread the joy!

Zach Cramer studied Tuba Performance and Music Education at Bowling Green State University. He has performed with many diverse ensembles throughout the region and nationally. Spending a large portion of his life in broadcasting, Zach has been able to pursue his passion for communicating with people about the joys of music in their lives. He is currently a freelance voice-over artist and podcaster. When he isn’t talking about how wonderful Steinway pianos truly are, he can often be found at a variety of musical performances. 

Mathew Powell Piano Sales Manager

Matthew Powell

mattp@willismusic.com
(859) 396-4485
Cincinnati, OH and Lexington, KY

Matthew studied music education and vocal performance at the University of Kentucky. He has played the piano for over 29 years and today teaches and performs locally with many groups including the Cantabile Vocal Ensemble. To him the piano isn’t just an instrument, it is the start of a journey which enhances everyday life. With over 15 years experience Matthew has worked with many different types of customers and institutions helping them generate ideas with a vision to meet their present and future needs.

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