It’s the standard (in Roland’s FP-60).
Thanks for the clarification.
Can you elaborate what exactly makes you prefer the PHA-4 (Standard) over the PHA-50?
I’m wondering because in general it gets (much) more reputation than the PHA-4 Standard.
I already asked that question a few posts earlier but maybe it got overlooked
I prefer the PHA-4’s lighter action.
PHA-50 is not as heavy as NWX, but still on the heavy side.
and hmmm, that’s interesting
What I heared and read until now was that the PHA-50 has a lighter action.
With a key Pushdown weight of something in the 50 gramms whereas the weight of the PHA-4 Standard keys have a weight of something in the 60 gramms.
There is a thread at Reddit where the users compared the key weights of various actions:Key weights of keyboards
Actually this was also my first impression when i bought my FP-30 4 years ago.
During my short comparison i had the impression that the FP-90 had a significantly lighter weight which I didn’t like at that time.
But at that time I was an “aspiring” re-beginner so i guess my playing wasn’t advanced enough to recognise possible differences regarding playability and responsiveness/sensitiveness.
(sidenote: in his new FP-30X video Stu Harrison from MeriamMusic mentions that the PHA-50 offers more sensitiveness)
So I went for the more affordable and at that moment superficially better feeling (because of its providing more resistance to the fingers ???) action.