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they make a wide/diverse bunch of music products.

 

A hint is needed. " It has keys ". Or " it keeps your guitar in tune "

 

Or " it weighs under 20 pounds "

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^^^

I'd be as well. Vox branded combo organ with AP, EP, and Synth section.

 

Not sure this is it though.

 

Do the coloured stripes ring a bell for anyone?

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with you here, Scott. I have absolutely no need for this but would most likely buy it were it to hit market. Love the fact that it is 73 keys, although it is a prototype. If it comes out in mini keys I'll pass as I already have a Yamaha Reface YC (MIDI'd into a keyboard with full size keys, of course).
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Do the coloured stripes ring a bell for anyone?

They appear to be roughly the same colors as the "boxes" on the Kronos screen when in setlist mode, although I'm probably way off here...

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I'm going to guess it's an analog. Key size. I won't guess. ARP2600?

 

the colours are all the colours the 2600 was released in. the tolex. the Arp Ody was done last year....

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I remember someone from Korg stating that they decided to reissue the MS-20 because of app sales and were looking at how iPolySix was doing.

 

But that was before the release of the Minilogue. I assumed the Minilogue was a sign they'd given up on a potential PolySix reissue, and figured on cashing in on the demand for an affordable analog polysynth. ;)

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That would be Cool. The Six and MS-20 are my favorite engines in the K2. Probably because I'm old.

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I'm gonna have to go with Korg Lead.

 

 

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I think it's spelled Knord Lead.

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That Vox keyboard concept is intriguing - especially the new 'micro-tube' design that came up in the related thread earlier this year. So a stage keyboard that utilizes that technology would get my attention...

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Instead of a polysix, I'd rather see a Mono/Poly - THAT would be cool!

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Similar colors can be found on several vintage Korg instruments, here is the Trident MkII

 

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Busch.

 

Boy, an update of the Trident MkII would be awesome. I remember how Rick Wakeman stated that it was one of his all-time favorites.

 

I had a project Trident back in the day. Never quite got it all working, then didn't have room to bring it when I moved South, so I gave it away.

 

Nice synth!

 

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