Roland’s RP series digital pianos are very popular among students and teachers and have been for some time. We can attribute much of that popularity to the consistent performance of these pianos; you know what to expect from an RP digital piano, and it’s generally good value for money.
Developing a list of the greatest guitarists ever is a pretty daunting task. Over the last 100 years, there were so many stellar guitar players who left their mark on music as we know it. The fact that I had to leave out some greats in favor of some others was nothing short of heartbreaking.
However, I have seen a great deal of utility in writing such a list. Maybe the next Robert Johnson, Yngwie Malmsteen, or Ritchie Blackmore is out there reading this article in hopes of getting inspired.
Roland’s FP series has long been a go-to choice for students and performers of all levels. The FP keyboards are popular because they provide no less than a solid sound, solid feel, and a no-fuss interface, even at the entry-level.
The FP-E50 is slightly different because it’s an arranger keyboard with abundant sounds and features.
Many things can make a great pianist, but often, the truest measure of greatness is the impact or influence a musician has on others. In this article, I’m looking at the most influential female pianists of all time.
Choosing a piano bench isn’t the most exciting decision a pianist has to make, but it’s an important one. Whether you’re a beginner or a pro, at home or on the stage, a comfortable bench is a must. To make your choice a little less tedious, I’ve picked out what I think are the best piano benches in 2024.
What comes to mind when you think of the word “iconic?” It’s a subjective term these days, right? One that I feel gets thrown around far too much in today’s mainstream culture. So, when sitting down to tackle a list of music’s most iconic basslines, I found myself asking this very question.