Korgs In Color

Korg announces limited edition colour variations for Micro Series      05/09/12

Korgs In Color


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As part of the ongoing MicroKorg 10th anniversary celebration this year, Korg has announced limited edition color variations for the MicroKorg and other products in the Micro series. A Full Black model sports a black panel and black finish on both the natural and sharp keys, and the Black & Red model features a black and red panel with black naturals and red sharps.
The limited edition color lineup includes a total of four products: the MicroKorg Limited Edition, the compact MicroKey 25 Limited Edition and MicroKey 37 Limited Edition USB controllers, plus the new MicroKorg XL+ Limited Edition with its updated sounds and design. The MicroKorg XL+ also comes in a "vintage look" that includes brushed black panel and knobs with traditional key colors. Both variations contain a reimagined palette of analog modeled sounds plus new dedicated PCM for Korg's SGProX piano and M1 organ, as well as VOX organs and recognizable "Tape" instruments. A Korg spokesperson told Sonic State, "Each keyboard in the Micro series is ready to play an active role in any situation-on stage, in the studio, or at home-and will now emanate more personality than ever before." Pricing and Availability:
MicroKorg Limited Edition - late November 2012; U.S. Street $399.99
MicroKorg XL+ Limited Edition - late November 2012; U.S. Street $499.99
MicroKey-25 Limited Edition - late October 2012; U.S. Street $69.99
MicroKey-37 Limited Edition - late October 2012; U.S. Street $79.99
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