Ahead of the 2020 NAMM Show, Korg has introduced the SV-2 stage piano.
The Korg SV-2 ‘Stage Vintage’ keyboard is an updated version of their 10-year-old Stage Vintage keyboard design. Available with either 88 keys or 73 keys, the SV-2 offers more sounds, more memory, more polyphony, more presets and more control.
The Korg SV-2 offers over ten times the sample data available in previous SV models, providing ample memory for many all-new piano and keyboard sounds.
The SV-2 features 72 sounds, and provides 64 memory locations to store edited Favorites for instant access during performance. Using the SV-2 Editor software, users can create their own split and layered programs and save them to one of the Favorites locations. A single favorite can access up to three timbres at once – A piano/bass split with a layer of strings, for example.
The instrument covers a wide range of sounds, including electro-mechanical, transistorized, tape-driven, analog, and digital keyboard instruments, including electric pianos, acoustic grands, Clavs, organs, string synths, pads and more.
The Korg SV-2 is also designed to be immediate and easy to use, with no LCD screen and no menus to dive through.
See the Korg site for details.