In avance of the NAMM show, Korg has announced some alternative colours for its synths. The KORG MS-20 mini is now available as a limited-edition white monotone variation model, the KRONOS in a limited-edition gold-color model and The KROME in a limited-edition platinum-color model. Here's the details in Korg's own words...
The KORG MS-20 mini is now available as a limited-edition white monotone variation model. This model is the first new color to appear in the nearly 40 years since the original unit went on sale in 1978. Based on the black that is emblematic of the MS-20's distinctive presence, this new model features a clean white monotone for its front panel and knobs, while retaining the faithful circuitry, 5-pin MIDI, and USB MIDI of the black MS-20 mini. Combining a completely new freshness together with a vintage feel that befits the MS-20 as the original semi-modular synthesizer, this limited-edition model will be a great way to add classic MS-20 sounds to any setup!
The pinnacle of Korg's music workstations, the KRONOS 88-key model, is now available in a new color. It's a special limited edition with a gold panel that softly emanates beautiful light, and sunburst side panels that accentuate the warmth of the woodgrain. A limited number of KRONOS-88 Gold units will be sold and all specifications other than color are identical to the standard model of the KRONOS-88.
The KROME, KORG's premium standard in music workstations, is now available in a new eagerly-awaited color. With superb sound that overturns expectations for its class and a stylish new platinum color, this model is the perfect way for you to stand out in your music production or on stage. A limited number of KROME Platinum units will be sold and all specifications other than color are identical to the KROME model with the corresponding number of keys.
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