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Roland to preview new equipment
The new product lines are to go on sale from September 1st 2010, but musicians have the chance to attend two special events taking place in Walsall and Manchester ahead of the official launch date.
On August 19th, the Roland and Boss equipment will be on display at Walsall College, with the products being shown again at The Monastery Manchester the following day, reports MI-Pro.
The events are free to attend, though anyone wishing to do so will need to book their place beforehand.
Both preview shows will begin at 11:30 BST and lunch and refreshments are included.
Earlier this year, Roland unveiled two of its new synthesizers for the first time at Frankfurt Musikmesse.
It showcased its GAIA SH-01 virtual analog synth and ultra-light Lucina AX-09 synthesizer at the industry event, along with its new V-Accordions.Posted on 15 Jul 2010 14:30 to category : Instruments News
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