Description: Electronic Keyboard Instrument - Roland XP-80
This keyboard has served me well but it is time to let it go. This is what one web site had to say about this board and I think it does a pretty good job.
"The XP-80 was one of Roland's flagship digital Workstation Synthesizers. With extensive professional features, superb quality PCM sounds, sequencing, effects and more, the XP-80 could be the only synth you may ever need! Compared with earlier XP-series synths, the XP-80 adds a great 76-note semi-weighted keyboard for a realistic playing experience. A bright and large 320 by 80 pixel backlit display gives easy readability to any programming and sequencing you may do on the XP-80.
The XP-80 offers up 64 voices of polyphony and can send on up to 16 MIDI channels simultaneously. The sounds are all digital in nature and sound pretty good too! Though its strengths are the emulation of acoustic instruments, it can create synth-type sounds too. It comes with 16MB of ROM sounds, but there's room for up to four 8MB expansion boards that add Orchestral, Techno, Vintage Synths, World, Bass & Drums and other instrument sets (from the SR-JV80 expansion series)."
This board is selling online for $700-$1000 and cost me over $1800 new. It still has a lot of life left and needs a good home. To sweeten the deal I will throw in the stand and a hard case (close to a $600 value by itself!).