5-Month Review of the Roll-up Piano

* Disclaimer: I’m not SPONSORING this product. I’m only sharing my thoughts about it. Thank you! :)*

Hey everybody! Today I did a 5-month overview of what I thought
about this Roll-Up Piano from KONIX.
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Original Song by:
– From the movie: Spirited Away – Studio Ghibli Films
Song: Joe Hisaishi – One Summer’s Day
Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JpXnI…

Music Remix by Jinsang:
Soundcloud : https://soundcloud.com/jinsangbeats.

Unboxing Video from 5 Months ago (Christmas Day):


colliecandle says:

Someone likes Joe Hisashai !

Justin Williamson says:

very helpful. thank you 🙂

Sarienn Music says:

Great review 🙂 I’m curious about these as I can’t afford a 1400 dollar keyboard at the moment and desperately need to play. I was curious if these allow one to layer sounds : string and piano, for example. Or is it just one tone at a time? And how’s the sound if you hold down multiple chords at once? I know we get what we pay for, lol, but sometimes we can be surprised. Thanks for any replies .

Khing Tan says:

May I know where you bought this?

RealNightFury says:

Use a more nicer font

Doi Lee yang says:

Hello michael can i email you?

syg B. says:

thank you for making this video
real keyboards are kinda expensive and since am just a beginner in playing the piano i was considering the roll up piano
this vid was helpfull

Karen Reid says:

I wish you’d say what BRAND you are reviewing.

thepianoplayer416 says:

Got 1 myself for traveling. Once took a violin on a flight and fitted nicely into the overhead compartment. Don’t think a regular keyboard would fit into a piece of luggage. An old friend used to take 1 of these overseas. After some hesitation decided to bring 1 along.
Unless you are traveling out of the country all the time, there is the option of buying a second-hand keyboard with 61 or 76 keys. If you are lucky, you may find a full 88 that someone decided to get rid of such in a moving sale. And then there is the Korg Microkey 61. These are classified as MIDI controllers that you need to plug into a computer or a tablet with software / app to work. Found a Korg Microkey 61 at a computer store and not expensive. As long as you have at least 61 keys should be able to play them like a regular piano.

amhar FM says:

finally, a review. thx!

VerySoftPeanut Butter says:

I see you using the music i showed you

the otaku dragon says:

This is shit for a piano but still a great choice for music software like Fl studio i mean…….you don’t need much right ?

Janet C says:

Thanks for a great, honest review. I’m convinced this would not give me the sound quality (especially in using chords) I’m looking for. I was hopeful when I first saw these….but alas!

Chirantha Hettiarachchi KaLpAonLNpiAno says:

Hello bro.Hw is the keys? Is it touch responsive?

Becky Bandy says:

The problem is …it’s not a REAL piano. It is very good considering the cost….go back to the real tone for a piano. Great for kids who want to learn to play piano ….and money for a standard is prohibitive…..then this is terrific.

CheezySteak says:

Thanks for the review this helps a lot 😀

Carol Jolly says:

What’s are the size specifications of this item. I’m interested.

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