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Korg SV-1 73

Digital Piano from Korg belonging to the SV-1 series

Chris-D Chris-D

«  Good vintage keyboard sounds »

Published on 08/17/14 at 09:10
Value For Money : Excellent
6 octave keyboard.
36 sounds in the bank loaded by default. Editable infinity ... fully customizable Banks.
2 outputs Jack 6.35 / 2 XLR DI outputs / ES Midi / USB connection for editing banks

UTILIZATION

Heavy touch reminiscent of a real piano. Maybe a bit too much if we look for a touch of Rhodes. Simple and clear manual.
Simple and intuitive to change sounds and banks editing software.
Midi not use at the moment

SOUNDS

The sounds of piano and Rhodes or Wurlitzer are faithful to the originals, especially since they can be modified to obtain THE desired sounds. The lamp gives a true grain if desired.

The sounds of violins are useless in my opinion this type of keyboard. No sounds wanted anyway ...

OVERALL OPINION

Used for a few years just for vintage sounds. Hesitated with a Nord Stage but in my opinion the SV1 to more character than the NORD. Excellent value for money given the infinite customization
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