For sale, digital pianos by Korg CX3 Drawbar Organ BX3 real vintage organ sound with rotary simulator, Dual manual modeling organ BX3 digital drawbard organ
For sale: digital pianos by Korg. CX3 Drawbar Organ  BX3 real vintage organ sound with rotary simulator, Dual manual modeling organ BX3 digital drawbard organ


KORG DIGITAL PIANOS FOR SALE

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Korg NC-300 88-Key Digital Concert Piano Korg NC-300 88-Key Digital Concert Piano
The Korg NC-300 88-Key Concert Piano features 88 Real Weighted Hammer Action II keys with 3-setting touch control (light/normal/heavy), and an advanced tone generator which uses stereo samples and Infinity sound processing to deliver ultra-realistic sound. It has 60 voice polyphony, 24 sound programs, reverb, chorus, 40 demo songs, a metronome, key transpose, pitch control, layer function, and illuminated buttons and intuitive knobs to make it easy to select sounds and settings. It also has a fold-down music stand, Damper, Soft, and Sostenuto pedals, MIDI, and 30W (15 x 2) stereo speaker system. 56.14"W x 30.71"H x 12.60"D. 91 lbs. Includes power supply, pedals, score for classical demo songs.
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Korg EC150 Digital Piano Korg EC150 Digital Piano
In the tradition of Korg's world-class digital pianos with high-tech extras. Over 30 sounds including choir, strings, electric piano, vibraphone, organ, harpsichord, guitar, and more. Digital reverb and chorus effects add even more depth and richness.
The Korg EC150 pianos not only sounds like a traditional piano, it also plays like one, with a solid 88-note hammer-action keyboard. 3 touch curves allow you to customize the touch to your playing style. This piano features up to 60 note polyphony, and includes 3 pedals for the damper, sostenuto, and soft functions. The amp and speakers are designed to work in harmony with the wood finished cabinet for full sound with natural presence.
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Korg CX3 61-Key Combo Organ Korg CX3 61-Key Combo Organ
The Korg CX3 Drawbar Organ modeling keyboard with unprecedented control - real vintage organ sound with rotary simulator, over 100 presets, and full sound customizing ability including key-click, leakage, overdrive, and reverb.
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Korg SP-250 88-Key Portable Digital Piano Korg SP-250 88-Key Portable Digital Piano
Korg brings a heightened level of realism and feel to its line of portable digital pianos with the new SP-250 digital piano. The Korg SP-250 digital piano provides an expanded range of expression and performance with an outstanding new stereo piano sound, which is matched to a third-generation RH3 graded action keyboard. The SP-250 Digital Piano is the perfect answer for any pianist looking for rich piano sounds and the convenience of a lightweight, portable instrument.
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Korg BX3 Dual Manual Organ Korg BX3 Dual Manual Organ
The Korg BX3 digital drawbard organ is a Dual manual modeling organ. This is the 'real deal', with out the weight and maintenance. Keyboard magazine just awarded the BX3 with a "Key Buy" award.

The Real Thing
For years, if you wanted the sound of a real tone-wheel organ, there was only one instrument that could deliver - until the CX-3 was introduced in 2000. The CX-3 single manual, Combo Organ so accurately and faithfully re-created the classic sound, demand for a dual-manual grew. Now, two years later, Korg introduces the BX-3 dual manual, Combo Organ. The original Korg CX-3 first went on sale in 1979 followed by its dual-manual sibling, the BX-3. Both went on to become favorites in their own right, and are still widely used. Now, using advanced DSP technology and painstaking attention to sound, touch and style, they have been reborn and vastly improved upon.
Meticulous re-creation of the tone-wheel system
Korg's state-of-the-art DSP technology has made it possible to precisely re-create the unique sound that, until now, could only be produced by the real thing. Two different tone-wheel sounds are provided: "VINTAGE" and "CLEAN." The CX-3 and BX-3's amazing realism even extends to such details as allowing you to add the "leakage" noise generated by the tone-wheels, and the ability to adjust their overtone levels.
Drawbars - the backbone of the organ sound
Both the CX-3 and BX-3 feature two sets of nine drawbars that duplicate the sonic characteristics of the originals -including the proper foldback settings and harmonic distortion. And you can easily select between the presets and these two sets of "live" drawbars while performing for that real organ-playing experience. The CX-3 and BX-3 also provide an EX mode in which all 18 drawbars can be utilized as one extended palette. The resulting new harmonics and percussion timbres can be used to create organ sounds never before heard.
Percussion / key-click effects add character
One of the unique characteristics of a genuine tone-wheel organ is the percussive effect that adds a readily identifiable sound to a note's attack. The CX-3 and BX-3 re-creates that beautifully. The volume, decay rate and harmonic pitch (2nd, 3rd) of the percussion can be adjusted - and the percussion has the proper "multi-triggered-yet-monophonic" characteristic for authentic organ performance. You can even control the amount of key-click heard when you press or release a key, simulating the dirty contacts often found on older instruments.
Classic sounds and more
With 128 programs, the CX-3 and BX-3 are ready to cover a wide range of musical styles including pop, hard rock, jazz, gospel, and rhythm and blues. Detailed drawbar and parameter settings are displayed, and can be easily edited and stored. Thanks to the involvement of leading organ players such as Brian Auger, Bill Champlin, Tom Coster, Al Kooper, Greg Phillinganes, Dr. Lonnie Smith and Derek Sherinian, the CX-3 and BX-3 provide a number of these artists' "signature" sounds plus new voicings that take full advantage of this finely crafted organ.
Realistic rotary speaker and spatial effects
Korg's proprietary "REMS" modeling technology is applied to create effects that add further authenticity to the organ sound. The rotary speaker effect, so important to the organ experience, is recreated here with total realism. You can even adjust the time required for the rotor and horn to speed up or slow down when switching speeds, or stop the rotation altogether. Three types of amp simulation are provided: a traditional rotary speaker sound, a blend of rotary and tube amp sounds, or a preamp-only signal. The amp simulations are dynamic, so your sound naturally evolves from a warm and fat sound to a natural overdrive as your volume increases. In addition, the classic vibrato and chorus settings are provided along with three types of reverb, featuring adjustable time and depth.
Ultra-fast response
Careful attention has been paid to the long-neglected aspect of keyboard response speed. The key scanning method used on the CX-3 and BX-3 starts the sound at the first key contact, ensuring a much faster response to your playing. Notes speak more crisply, allowing glissandi, trills and "smears" to be played with total authenticity.
Extensive MIDI features
Not limited to a vintage recreation, the CX-3 and BX-3 is equipped with many advanced MIDI features. Every drawbar, switch and control can be transmitted as MIDI data so your complete performance can be perfectly captured by a sequencer. The CX-3 and BX-3 keyboard can be set to transmit key dynamics via MIDI to an external device that can even be layered with the onboard organ sound.
BX-3 adds more
The new limited edition BX-3 provides all these features in a dual manual model. Pitch Bend and Modulation Wheels for improved MIDI control, additional voice parameters for even more authentic sound reproduction, and a newly-designed "waterfall" keybed for absolutely authentic look and feel have all been added. Different sets of drawbars, and Chorus/Vibrato On/Off can be assigned independently to the BX-3's UPPER and LOWER manuals, just like using a real tone-wheel organ. The single manual CX-3 gives you this functionality via a Split Mode, enabling you to play the single keyboard in two sections. Or you can plug in a second MIDI keyboard to recreate the dual manual playing experience.
Timeless aura and inimitable presence
Drawbars, vibrato/chorus, and percussion switches are placed in the same location as on the classic tone-wheel organs, demonstrating a total commitment to tradition and playability. The sturdy wood cabinet gives the instruments the proper vintage look, and the BX-3's wooden stand pays homage to the original.
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