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miniKORG 700FS

Korg has announced a limited edition authentic revival of the miniKORG 700, their first mass-produced monophonic synthesizer released in 1973. The company is giving the miniKORG 700FS a 100-percent analog reissue, and are adding plenty of modern amenities while staying true to the original. They have given it modern function and key classic features like a secondary detunable oscillator for thick bass plus an arpeggiator, spring reverb and aftertouch. Smaller, modern components made it possible to squeeze in a spring reverb tank as well as a joystick for controlling pitch and modulation. The front-mounted sliders control the separate lowpass and highpass filters. watch the video below



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