Rare stereo 60s beat box from the Korg before they were called Korg. Extremely cool – the ability to dial in different amounts of each side of the stereo rhythm gives another layer to how you can vary the sound. The sounds and rhythms seem quite different to other early Korg drum machines.
We’re only selling this because we have another – definitely essential studio kit for us. Has two sets of variations – the amusingly-titled “Young Beat” and Fox-Swing – that allow plenty of rhythms to be created with combined button presses. Add in the great early analogue drum machine sounds, the alternating lights on the top, and the stereo patterns and this is a great piece of vintage gear.
Serviced and working well.
In excellent cosmetic condition. There are a few minor scuffs on the unit, mainly on the woodwork. See detailed photos for more info on cosmetic condition.
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