I dont know if this is the right place to pose this question but as its a recording tool as wel as a live instrument maybe some one can help . About 2 yrs ago a freind who played in a duo loaned me a korg keyboard to try I cant remember the model type but would like to track one down if possible .It was roughly the size of a modern lap top computor and had a small key board .which functioned like a chord organ i.e each key represented a chord E major Eminor F etc.. you were able aso to select a rythm acompniment which would follow the chord pattern played . Ive never seen one of these since and cant trace it through korgs archive site .I think it would be a handy piece for creating backing tracks . Unforunatly I cant locate my freind to ask him as we have long since lost touch and I now live in Greece. My freinds name was John Woodward who lived in Blackburn England at the time . If any one can help it would be great.
Not familiar with the Korg Synth but I like Korg equipment. I bought my Korg effects pedal in 1989 and my Korg guitar tuner the same year. They both are still going strong. Good luck with your research. toots
We pronounce it "Guf Coast". Ya'll wanna go down to the Guf?
I also remember something that Roland put out quite a few years back that only has the arranger section with a small 2 octave keyboard. Kinda like a full size keyboard without most of the keys. Cannot remember exactly what it was called though.