Reset a Roland RG-3F Digital Mini-Grand

The Roland RG3F is a digital grand piano that is one of the top of the line digital pianos from Roland. The Roland RG-3F digital Mini Grand piano reflects the sound, touch, and look of tradition. It has 88 keys with 3 pedals. The Roland RG-3F weights 242 lbs, which is significantly heavier than the average for all Grand Digital Piano Digital Pianos and Keyboards. The touch sensitivity level of the Roland RG-3F is 100, which is far more than the average for all Grand Digital Piano Digital Pianos and Keyboards. A luscious polished ebony finish completes the uncanny illusion.

Fitted with Roland’s superb Ivory Feel Keyboard with escapement and driven by their acclaimed SuperNATURAL Piano engine, the RG-3F gives you the natural touch and breathtaking sound of an acoustic grand, while the four-speaker built-in sound system provides rich, powerful sound. Other Roland innovations – such as their Progressive Damper Action pedal mechanism – are employed throughout this gorgeous instrument, giving you a seamless acoustic piano experience. According to several the reviews it says the estimated life of the Roland RG1F is 4 hours of play 7 days a week for 70 years, which is huge.

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Factory Reset:

To restoring the factory reset in your Roland RG-3F, first press the PIANO DESIGNER button so the indicator is lit. Select “9. Function.” menu by using UP (∧) or DOWN (∨) buttons and then press ENTER button. Next, select “Factory Reset.” and press the ENTER button. When the display shows a confirmation message, press ENTER button again to start execute of the program. Finally, turn off and on your Roland RG-3F, when the factory reset is finished.

Warning! When you execute the “Factory Reset” function, all stored settings will be erased and returned to their factory-set state. Be sure you want to erase the memory and return the RG-3F to its factory default state before continuing with this procedure. This procedure also applies to the Roland RG-1F unit. Hopefully the article of Reset a Roland RG-3F Digital Mini-Grand can help you

Reference: Roland RG-3F manual