Roland FP-10 KeyboardHoliday music is in the air, and many people will be creating their own using a Roland instrument. Roland keyboards and synths are used by professsional, amateur, and beginner musicians around the globe. You probably didn’t even know you could buy them at Best Buy. You can! And someone will win a brand new Roland FP-10 88 Key Weighted Action Digital Piano in this contest—just in time to play Jingle Bells with all in your social bubble, or on a video chat with the whole family singing along, Brady Bunch style!

Christmas music creates lifelong memories

My best holiday memories involve music. When I was a young lad, my mom would be on the piano all the time. She is a very talented keyboardist and piano teacher, so homemade holiday tunes were a non-stop part of my upbringing. As I grew up, my brothers and I played music together almost every day. Most of my holiday memories, therefore, involve playing holiday songs with my family at home, in church, and many other places.

Many people are creating those musical memories using Roland instruments. Even though I play guitar, I still use Roland tech in the form of Boss effects pedals (Boss is a division of Roland). This contest gives you an opportunity to bring Roland into your home just in time for Christmas!

Roland FP-10 Keyboards are more than just a digital piano

Digital pianos have come a long way, and Roland has been at the forefront of their evolution. The FP-10 is a great example of what you can expect from a premium Roland digital instrument. Piano purists might insist on having an acoustic instrument in their home—and that’s fine. However, many people prefer the consistency, versatility, and portability of a digital instrument: especially one like the FP-10 that very closely approximates the feel and tone of an acoustic.

We sent one of these digital pianos to Nikolai for an honest review. Watch his video and read his review to understand why he really liked this instrument.

Are you ready to gather around this piano with your family social bubble (and/or gather virtually on MS Teams or Zoom) for a holiday singalong? Carefully read the rest of this article for your chance to win.

How to enter

Entering this contest is easy, and you can enter once below this article and once below Nikolai’s review of this piano. In a comment, tell us who in your home will get the most use of this piano (first name only) and what holiday song you hope they will play first.

What you can win

At the end of this contest, we will randomly select one winner to receive a new Roland FP-10 88-Key Weighted Action Digital Piano.

This contest runs from Nov 24th until Dec 7th.

Remember, you can only enter once below this article and once below the review article for this piano. However, tell everyone in your family bubble to enter; this will increase your chances of someone you know winning this Roland Keyboard.

Win a Roland FP-10 Digital Piano Rules and Regulations

Good luck.


  1. My daughter Emily would be the person who gets the most use out the keyboard, she loves music but we havent been able to get something for her to learn on yet. I would be happy with Jingle Bells as her first holiday song!

  2. My Children will be the first to play. The song they will play and sing as a duet is Santa Claus is coming to Town. Which as teenagers is embarasing since I keep Santa real in our house. You got to believe to receive!!!!

  3. My daughter Clementine would get to most use of this keyboard because she had piano lessons when she was younger. The first holiday song I would ask her to play would be Silent Night because she used to play it for me and hopefully still remembers how.

  4. I have two daughters who are going to elementary school. And my daughter asked me few times if we can buy a piano. We couldn’t afford it so this will make her really happy. It will be a wish come true for a little 6- years old.

  5. I would love to learn how to play and with the Twin Piano mode I could learn with any of my children and they can teach each other! We could be singing jingle bells 24/7!

  6. I play piano and would love a more portable option I would play O Holy Night first It really interest me that You get 15 different sounds, including 4 different pianos, 2 electric pianos, 2 organs, 2 sets of strings, 2 harpsichords, a vibraphone, a jazz scat sample, and a synth pad. How cool!!

  7. I think that I will get the most use out of this piano….but i would be looking forward to giving my granddaughter Shasta a few lessons so we can share…..maybe even a duet!! i would want to play Silver Bells

  8. I haven’t played a piano for years and would love to have this keyboard to relearn all the old pieces I used to play and hopefully get my
    grandkids interested in learning to play too.


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