The Korg GrandStage 88 contains the company's acclaimed flagship piano sound engine and meticulously selected keyboard sounds. Looks that pay respect to acoustic pianos, yet also convey the ingenuity and individuality of electronic instruments. And a panel layout that is carefully designed to draw out the player's personality and expression. KORG's Grandstage delivers the ultimate playing experience to make your on-stage performance captivating.
Seven sound engines: SGX-2 with its six acclaimed acoustic pianos, plus the EP-1, CX-3, VOX, Compact, AL-1, and HD-1.
A user interface designed for playability on stage. Reverb and delay that are easy to control. Dynamics knob lets you instantly control the sound's crispness and expressivity. Favourite buttons let you instantly recall the sound you want. Smooth sound transition creates a natural-feeling change when you switch sounds. Three-band equalizer lets you shape your sound. Layer/split capability lets you easily combine sounds. Panel lock prevents unintended operation. RH3 keyboard responds to even the subtlest nuances of your playing. Design that combines both elegance and individuality. Music rest, pedal, and keyboard stand are included. Made in Japan – Premium Japanese Quality.
Music stand, pedal, and keyboard stand are included The Grandstage comes with a dedicated music stand that can be attached to the instrument, a damper pedal (DS-1H) that supports half-pedaling, and ships including a newly designed keyboard stand (Standard-M-SV) with a sophisticated chrome plated finish to match the instrument. A complete stage piano system based on the Grandstage will elevate your performance to the ultimate.
RH3 keyboard responds to your every nuance Made in Japan – Premium Japanese Quality Both 88-key and 73-key models of the Grandstage feature the Real Weighted Hammer Action 3 (RH3) keybed. Made in Japan, we are proud of the Premium Japanese Quality achieved through the careful production skills of a small number of dedicated and experienced craftsmen. Like the keyboard of a grand piano, it's divided into four regions in which the lower register feels heavier and the upper register feels lighter, beautifully conveying the delicate touch and nuances of your fingertips, and letting you experience a realistic playing feel.
Korg Grand Stage 88 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS:
General: Foot Controllers: DAMPER (half-pedaling supported), SWITCH, PEDAL MIDI: IN, OUT USB: USB A (TYPE A) x1: For connecting USB storage media, USB B (TYPE B) x1: USB-MIDI Interface Power Supply: AC Power Supply terminal, Power button Power Consumption: 30 W Included Items: AC cord, Music stand, Damper pedal (DS-1H), Keyboard stand (Standard-M-SV)
Tone Generator: Methods of Synthesis and Maximum Polyphony *: SGX-2 (Acoustic Piano Sound Engine): 60 dual stereo notes (equivalent to 240 voices max.) EP-1 (Electric Piano Sound Engine): 100 voices AL-1 (Analog Modeling Sound Engine): 36 voices CX-3 (Tonewheel Organ Sound Engine): 128 voices VOX Organ (Transistor Organ Sound Engine): 100 voices Compact Organ (Transistor Organ Sound Engine): 100 voices HD-1 (PCM Sound Engine): 64 stereo notes (equivalent to 128 voices max.) Preloaded PCM Storage Capacity: Approx. 19 GB (approx. 32 GB using linear conversion) Number of Sounds: 500 Favorite: 64 (Includes 32 preloads)
* The actual polyphony will vary depending on the synthesis engines and effects being used. * KORG’s proprietary system dynamically allocates voice processing power between synth engines as necessary. The quoted maximum numbers of voices apply when 100% of the voice processing power is devoted to a single engine.
Dimensions: 1311 mm x 359 mm x 140 mm / 51.64" x 14.13" x 5.51" (excluding music stand) RH3 (Real Weighted Hammer Action 3), A0–C8, velocity sensitive, aftertouch not supported