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Korg resurrects iconic RK-100 keytar 30 years on

24
Jan
2014

There is perhaps no more potent symbol of 80s rock star excess than the keytar, an instrument that freed musicians to strike poses around the stage while hammering out synthesized riffs. Korg introduced the RK-100 model in 1984, and three decades on we have a true successor: the RK-100S. RK originally stood for remote keyboard, and other companies have released similar products such as Rolands AX-Synth shoulder synthesizer, but Korg is unabashedly using the keytar name this time around. There are 200 analog-modeled sound programs built into the RK-100S, according to Korg, and you can create more via the PC editor software.

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