Korg Keyboards

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About Korg Keyboards

Korg have been producing quality keyboards since the late 1960s. Originally manufacturing organs, Korg's first venture in the synthesizer world was the miniKORG in 1973. Since then Korg have launched some of the best selling keyboards of all time, including the Polysix, M1, Wavestation, MS20 and microKORG.

Over the years Korg have also brought some amazing innovations to the table, including Key Transpose and the manufacturing of the first synths to feature onboard effects as well as the first to use sample and synthesis sound creation.

Even today, the Korg name suggests quality and this is present in all of their excellent synthesizers, workstations, arrangers and MIDI keyboards.

guitarguitar stock an amazing range of Korg keyboards and our specialist staff are more than happy to answer any questions you have to help you select the best keyboard for your needs.

Frequently Asked Questions about Korg Keyboards

The Korg M1 is one of the bestselling keyboards of all time, with over 250,000 sold. Launched in 1988, the M1 is the sound of New Jack Swing, Technopop and most pop music from the late 80s and early 90s. The piano and organ sounds on the M1 are so iconic that they are now a standard sound on not just Korg keyboards, but on keyboards by virtually all major instrument manufacturers. The Korg MS-20 is an iconic analog synthesizer launched in 1978 that has been used by many popular musicians including Daft Punk, The Prodigy, Aphex Twin, Legowelt, Foals and Scooter. After a resurgence in demand for the MS20, Korg reissued the MS-20 Mini. Developed by the same engineers who worked on the original, the mini is 86% the size of the MS-20 and faithfully recreates the sound of the original. Korg also added some modern features such as 5 Pin MIDI In and USB MIDI I/O. The microKORG was launched back in 2002, and although still in production, it will be remembered in years to come as the synth that defined the decade. The microKORG was quickly adopted by a huge number of musicians and can be heard on records by The Prodigy, The Killers and Enter Shikari.
Whatever style of music you can think of, there will be a Korg keyboard which will cater to it. The Korg Kronos will cover pretty much anything you need, however, if you're confused over which keyboard to opt for, please contact our keyboard specialist team at digital@guitarguitar.co.uk
It's hard to find a serious keyboard player or producer that hasn't owned a Korg keyboard, but some notable Korg users include: Daft Punk, Aphex Twin, Duran Duran, J Dilla, Gary Barlow, Rick Wakeman, Legowelt, Herbie Hancock, Jamie Cullum, Calvin Harris, Chromeo, Brian Eno, Depeche Mode, Squarepusher, Gary Numan and Muse.