Save 100 Bucks On A Korg

Korg USA offers TR music workstation promotion      26/04/07

Save 100 Bucks On A Korg


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From now until July 31, 2007, Korg USA is offering a $100 rebate on a new 61, 76 or 88-key TR Music Workstation purchased from an authorized Korg dealer in the U.S.A.
Korg say that their TR Music Workstation offers new samples and sounds, Korg's renowned sequencer, USB computer connectivity, an SD card for storage, optional sampling capabilities and much more.
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