KingKORG - Back In Black

Korg announces a Limited Edition KingKORG in a stage-ready matte black      01/11/16

Buying Choices

Korg tells us that a stylish matte-black model of the KingKORG, their 61-key flagship analog modeling synthesizer for performance and studio, is now available in a limited edition with the KingKORG Black.  

A spokesperson told us, "Only 150 of these synthesizers will be introduced within the United States in this sleek new black model designed for live performances.  The KingKORG faithfully reproduces the ways in which the oscillator and filter of an analog synthesizer can change, giving users the freedom to shape their sound with a diverse range of synth sounds. Powerful oscillators that are both understandable to the beginner and satisfying for the expert and three master effect sections (each with six effect types) add the finishing touch to the users sound."

Highlights

  • A fully-fledged, 61-key analog modeling synthesizer designed for live performance
  • Powerful oscillators that are understandable to the beginner, yet satisfying for the expert
  • Modeling filters that reproduce the sound of classic instruments
  • Three master effect sections (each with six effect types) add the finishing touch to your sound
  • Vacuum tube driver circuit adds rich overtones and powerful distortion
  • New panel layout designed for intuitive operation
  • CV/GATE OUT jack lets you control a KORG monotribe or MS-20- Support for librarian software that lets you manage programs


Pricing and Availability:
The KingKORG Black is available from today, November 1st, for $999.99.

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