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Okay, now we're really jamming.
Korg's first RK-100 remote keyboard first dropped in 1984. To no surprise, it made a big splash with its iconic profile. Decades later, the wild concept has far from gone out of style and keyboardists everywhere have the option to roam as they please.
Today's RK Keytar retains all the groovy style and Korg tone as its predecessors. More compact than its previous iterations, the RK-100S is easier than ever to carry and play with a thirty-seven key slim keyboard. An onboard analog modeling sound generator loads in two hundred programs that create a wide range of synth sounds perfect for any stage. Further additions to this '80s icon include a mic/audio dual-purpose input jack with a accompanying vocoder function and MIDI output for connecting with external sound modules.
Has there ever been a synthesizer more daring?
- Thirty-seven key keyboard
- Two ribbon controllers
- Two hundred onboard analog-modeled programs
- Mic/audio input jack
- MIDI output connection
- PC editor connectivity
- Six AA battery power operation