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Korg RK-100S 2
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  Keytar   Price - on request

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Roland AX-7
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  Keytar MIDI Controller   500.00 U.S.Dollars

AX-7 is a Roland’s 45-note velocity sensitive keytar launched in 2001 and features more functions than its predecessor AX-1. Later it would be discontinued to give way to Roland’s AX-Synth. The device still functions as a MIDI controller sending MIDI...

Roland AX-Synth
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  Shoulder Synthesizer   650.00 U.S.Dollars

Performance Synthesizer, Digital (D), Voices: 128, Monotimbral, Production start: 2009, Production ended: Yes.

Roland AX-Edge
4.5/5 2

  Keytar   1 100.00 U.S.Dollars

At that time as the crowd rushed to the "new analog", Roland once again confirmed their theory that the time of analog instruments ended in the 80s. And they disproved another theory that keytars also remained in the 80s. Look at this monumental ...

5.0/5 1

  Shoulder Synthesizer   400.00 U.S.Dollars

Performance Synthesizer, Digital (D), Voices: 128, Monotimbral, Size: 3, Number of Keys: 37, Production ended: Yes.

Roland AX-1
5.0/5 1

  Keytar MIDI Controller   300.00 U.S.Dollars

AX-1 is a Roland’s velocity sensitive 45-note keytar produced from 1992 to 1994. The keytar is not a standalone instrument is a MIDI controller devised to manage sounds of external devices. David Sherriff and Andrew Leggo were responsible for the design...

Moog Liberation
4.5/5 2

  Analog Keytar   1 200.00 U.S.Dollars

Moog Music was among of the brands which mastered the new synthesizer format intrinsic to the rock era. Keytar allowed the keyboardists to move around the stage as easily as guitar players did. To reduce the weight on the shoulders of the "keytarists",...