Used Roland AT75 Organ including FREE UK Mainland Delivery

£1,299.00

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Yes, we deal in an extensive range of used instruments including digital pianos from Yamaha, Technics, Roland and many others. We also offer excellent prices for instruments in part-exchange. If you'd like to part exchange, use the form here.

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If your order is placed before 2pm on a weekday, it will be shipped to arrive with you between 8am and 6pm the next working day unless you have requested a specific date during the checkout process. For more info, read on here.

Why a Digital Piano?
Are digital pianos as good as “real” pianos?

Most people cannot tell the difference between traditional pianos and digital pianos today. This is because modern technology is so advanced that digital pianos can replicate the touch and feel of ‘real’ pianos so accurately.

Do the keys feel real?

Yes. The keys on digital pianos are usually ‘weighted’ so the way they feel to play and react to your input is just like the real thing. Don’t think that digital pianos feel and sound like that old Casio keyboard you got for Christmas in 1986.

Do they need tuning?

No. Digital pianos never go out of tune, so never need tuning.

Do they have the right amount of keys?

Yes. Most digital pianos have the standard 88 keys.

Can I wear headphones to practice?

Yes. When you plug headphones into a digital piano the speakers are disabled so only you can hear the sound. This is ideal for practicing late at night or when you don’t want to disturb anyone. Note: The standard jack socket for headphones is 6.35mm. iPhone headphone plugs are 3.5mm so you would need an adaptor.

Why do digital piano prices vary so much?

The price of a digital piano depends on a number of factors, for example whether the keys are plastic or wooden, whether the speakers are big or small, the amount of extra features it has like rhythms and backings or multi track recordings. The cabinet design and finish is a factor too. Small portable pianos tend to be cheaper than the more traditional looking non-portable ones.

Can I connect my iPhone/iPad?

Many of the Yamaha digital pianos and keyboards allow connection to an iPad/tablet now for various purposes. Yamaha have developed a lot of apps for their instruments, you can read more about them on the App Store.

What about other manufacturers of digital piano?

We are an independent shop but choose Yamaha digital pianos exclusively because they are regarded as the best in the world. You will find Yamaha digital pianos in most music schools, colleges and universities, and teachers nearly always recommend Yamaha because of how authentic the touch and sound is.

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The most affordable member of the new AT family is the AT-75, yet its quality sounds and styles defy the entry-level categorization of the instrument. There are 60 voices onboard, 40 rhythms, a dual-manual keyboard, harmonic bars, four registration buttons, a USB port and a 30w stereo speaker system.

KEYBOARDS/PEDALBOARD

Keyboard
Upper: 49 keys (C3 to C7) with 10 levels Initial Touch
Lower: 49 keys (Waterfall keyboard, C2 to C6) with 10 levels Initial Touch
Pedalboard
13 keys (C2 to C3)
Pedal
Expression Pedal
Foot Switch
2 (function assignable)
SOUND
Sound Generator
Conforms to GM2/GM/GS/XG lite
Max.Polyphony
128
Voice
60 Voices (Included 2 Active Expression Voices)
Drums/SFX Sets
6 Drum Sets + 1 SFX Set
Effects
Rotary Sound, RSS Reverb, Sustain, Glide
Part
Upper Part: Upper
Lower Part: Lower
Solo Part: Solo
Pedal Part: Pedal
Vintage Organ
Flute (with harmonic bars)
OTHER FUNCTIONS
Registration
Memories: 4
Function: Load Next, File Edit
Harmony Intelligence
6 types
Master Tuning
415.3 Hz to 466.2 Hz (0.1 Hz steps)
Key Transpose
-4 to +7 (in semitones)
Playback Transpose
-6 to +5 (in semitones)
RHYTHM
Rhythm
40 rhythms in 8 groups x 4 variations
User Rhythm
99 rhythms
Arranger Function
Tempo, Arranger On/Off, Start/Stop, Sync Start, Intro/Ending, Intro Count Down, Break, Auto Fill In, Variation (4 variations), One Touch Program, Chord Intelligence, Leading Bass, Auto Standard Tempo
One Touch Program
40 rhythms x 4 variations
COMPOSER
Tracks
7 tracks (playback)
Note Storage
Approx. 40,000 notes
Song Length
Max. 999 measures
Tempo
Quarter note = 20 to 500
Resolution
120 ticks per quarter note
Recording
Realtime (Replace)
Lyrics Display
Alphabet
FILE STORAGE
Media
USB memory, floppy disk (in the case of using optional USB floppy disk drive FD-01A)
Save Format
MUSIC ATELIER original format, SMF format 0
Songs
Max. 99 songs for each folder
OUTPUT
Rated Power Output
15 W + 15 W
Speaker
Full-range: 16 cm x 2
DISPLAY
Graphic 128 x 64 dots backlit LCD
CONNECTORS
Audio Output Jacks (L/mono, R), Audio Input Jacks (L/mono, R), Phones Jacks (stereo) x 2, MIDI connectors (In, Out), USB (MIDI) Jack, External Memory connector (USB Memory connector), AC Inlet
OTHER
Power Supply
AC 117 V, 230 V, 240 V
Power Consumption
60 W
Finish
Simulated Dark Walnut
Accessories
Music Rest, Power Cord, Knob Bolt x 2, Console Cover, Cord Hook, Owner’s Manual, Voice
Options
Bench, Stereo Headphones, USB Memory (M-UF1G), USB Floppy Disk Drive (FD-01A), CD Drive Holder (DH-01)
SIZE AND WEIGHT ( TOTAL )
Width
1,229 mm
48-7/16 inches
Depth
542 mm
21-3/8 inches
Height
1,096 mm
43-3/16 inches
Weight
54.0 kg
119 lbs. 1 oz.