Korg MS-20 reissue!!

Discussion in 'Other Guitars, other instruments' started by ctte2112, Jan 24, 2013.

  1. ctte2112

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    ...and I never did add one of those to my synth collection!
     
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    Cool...I have the old USB version they did which plugs into the iPad app. Lots of fun...
     
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    That's cool, but I have the soft synth version, and it's more than enough for me.
     
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    I still have my MS-10 that I bought new in 1979!

    Cool lead synth.
     
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    Korg's going back to analog, Arturia have gone analog, Roland have some catching up to do.
     
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    I had a MS-10 years ago, in the late 80's. It was only about £60 then, wish I still had it, they are worth a fortune now.

    I also had a TB-303 and a TR-606, again I think I paid about £50 each for them, and again they are worth £100's !!!
     
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    I think we'll have to wait a while before we see Roland or Yamaha making analog synths, but a CS-10 reissue would be awesome.
     
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    I might have to add one of these to my collection one day.
    But first i have to get my hands on the new Dave Smith Prophet 12 and the new Moog SubPhatty announced today @ NAMM as well. I heard something about Buchla's The Electric Music Box annonced to but couldnt find much info on it.
     
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    Looks sweet ....

    want
     
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    Agreed I had a CS-5 that was alot of fun, it was really cool when i paired it with the mono section on my SK-30. It's a shame Yamaha hasn't released a new analog synth. Last thing they did analog related was the AN1x and that was in 1998. I would even settle for a follow up to the AN1x which is my all time fav VA.

    As for Roland they made many great analogs. I still use my Alpha Juno 2 alot and sometimes miss my Juno 6. I think they have lost prespective about their analog past and its importance even in todays music. The new Juno and Jupiter offerings seem almost sacrilege. I remember that feeling of disapointment when i heard the Jupiter 80 was a very nice rompler.
     
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