Korg Announces 61-key Pa300 Professional Arranger

Korg_Pa300_topAt Musikmesse 2014: Today Korg introduced the newest in its series of professional arranger keyboards, the Pa300.

With 61 keys, the portable Pa300 comes loaded with a broad collection of over 310 styles and more than 950 sounds, many of which have been “distilled” from the Pa600 and Pa900.

The user selects sounds via a color TouchView display, a first in this instrument price range. The Pa300 offers an easy-to-navigate layout and intuitive graphical interface with an additional search function for retrieval of any musical resource or file.

Korg’s Enhanced RX (Real eXperience) sound engine is complemented by an onboard amplification system. This custom-designed amplification system consists of 2 x 13 Watt amplifiers that drive two loudspeakers in a bass-reflex box to generate a rich, powerful listening experience.

Korg_Pa300_backPricing and Availability.

The Korg Pa300 personal arranger will be available for sale beginning April 2014, with a US “street” price of $849.99. Additional information is at the Korg website.

4 thoughts on “Korg Announces 61-key Pa300 Professional Arranger

    1. what?? they’re practically leading this whole analog resurgence thing!

      The volcas, the MS20 mini, and soon the ARP reissue, I mean these guys are killing it. So what if they still have to cater to other demographics

  1. Not everyone loves to play analog. I love to listen to vinyl and still love acoustic guitar and piano, but I love my perfect digital realm too. 🙂

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