Korg RK-100S Keytar Lets You ‘Emanate Powerful Presence’ On Stage

Ahead of the 2020 NAMM Show, Korg has announced the RK-100S keytar, described as ‘the long-awaited rebirth of KORG’s famous keytar’.

The RK-100S features an 8-voice synth engine, two ribbon controllers, a vocoder and battery operation.


  • Clear finish shows the woodgrain
  • New programs that ’emanate powerful presence’ when soloing
  • 37-note slim keyboard
  • Two ribbon controllers
  • Battery operation allows long operation time
  • Vocoder function lets you accent your staging
  • Also a great choice as a master keyboard
  • A full range of included items such as a soft case

Details on pricing and availability are to be announced.

5 thoughts on “Korg RK-100S Keytar Lets You ‘Emanate Powerful Presence’ On Stage

    1. Also, seems like Korg ditched the RK-100SP prototypes unveiled last year. But at least the wood finish looks gorgeous: the red one reminds me of my SG.

  1. Slim keys in a keytar? Thank you but no. I tried previous keytar from Korg and this was absolutely deal breaker for me, I prefer full size keys when I have to grab a keytar and make some awesome solo on stage. After playing on nomal keyobard during live gig for 10 minutes or more it’s really difficult to grab something with mini-keys and launch a great, precise fast solo.

  2. As someone who has used this style of keyboard for just about every gig I’ve played since the late 80s I cannot tell you how much I dislike this one. The 2nd ribbon controller is under the keys. Why? How is that even close to useful. Too expensive because of the synth engine and a distinct lack of modulation controls. I didn’t think I’d dislike one of these more than the AX-Synth but I was wrong.

    And this thing isn’t new, it appears to be exactly the same one they sold a few years ago.

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