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Korg KR mini Rhythm Machine and More Revealed!
Eliminating all complex functions, the KR mini is perfect for casual jamming or practising new styles. It's no fuss, but with no compromise on great Korg sound.
Powered by battery or adapter, you can take the KR mini anywhere, using the 16 velocity-sensitive pads to make up your own patterns use the 60 built-in rhythm patterns that cover a variety of styles.
Korg have also released the Beat Boy, a drum machine, recorder and tuner all in one complete package for guitarists or bassists. The Pandora Stomp multi effects processor and tuner has also been released in orange, black and ivory, turning the highly-acclaimed Pandora modelling processor into a sturdy stompbox.
There's the new Dolcetto Series, great for small orchestral instruments, Trumpets and Trombones (Dolcetto-T) and Violins and Violas (Dolcetto-V). For the tuning needs of professionals, there's the pitchblack Pro rackmount tuner, equipped with a 3D visual meter.
And it doesn't stop there. To celebrate their 50th anniversary, Korg are releasing some of their best-loved products in a variety of limited edition colours.
Krome 61 workstations will be available in red and gold, the pitchblack guitar and bass tuner is getting a makeover with a red, blue and green body, and the microKORG will be available in a very limited edition Gold. Featuring a 50th anniversary logo, the microKORG-GD is stunning, and only 100 will be available in the UK.
By Alice Thomson
Posted on 5 Sep 2013 09:02 to category : Instruments News
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