Roland FR-4X-BK V-Accordion-Black



Roland FR-4X-BK V-Accordion-Black

There’s plenty to love about the traditional accordion, from its expression to its portability. But if you’ve ever wondered where Roland’s acclaimed range of digital V-Accordions could take your performances, the new Roland FR-4x is your chance to find out. With its light and compact design, responsive pressure-sensing bellows, and full-range onboard speakers, this latest model feels as familiar as your favorite acoustic accordion. But with the same powerful sound engine as Roland’s flagship FR-8x, this digital accordion goes even further. Choose from a wide selection of accordion sounds from around the world, and play in silence using headphones or connect to a PA for live performance. Control other electronic musical instruments via the MIDI connector, or record your playing to a connected USB stick and share your music with the world. While its sounds and playing feel are reassuringly traditional, the Roland FR-4x is an accordion for the modern age.


37 keys and 120 left-hand buttons
Compact and lightweight
Sound module and user interface from the flagship FR-8xb
100 accordion sound sets (including 67 pre-loaded sets), 162 orchestral sounds, 32 organ sounds, 3 drum sounds
Built-in chorus, reverb, and rotary effects
Fast response and high sensitivity from bellows pressure-sensing circuitry
Bellows Resistance Regulator to adjust bellows’ inertia
Character-type LCD screen
Four expansion slots for access to additional tone libraries (Balkan and Dallapè expansions are pre-installed)
Powerful onboard amplification system (two speakers + one tweeter)
Headphones and line outputs
Onboard audio recorder
USB connection and MIDI I/O
USB memory port for song playback and recording
Powered by AC adaptor or 10 AA-size batteries
Dedicated FR-4x Editor software

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