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Korg Grandstage 73 Stage Piano Korg Grandstage 73 Stage Piano
£2,249.00
In Stock
The Korg GrandStage models set a new level for stage & studio performance piano keyboards. Two models are available - a full length 88 note model, plus a 73 note compact version. Both models are equipped with Korg’s RH3 premium Japanese quality keyboard action and are supplied with a dedicated music stand that can be attached to the instrument. You’ll also find a Korg DS1H half-damping pedal in the box and a newly designed chrome-plated keyboard stand, known as the Standard-M-SV.

Part Exchange Your Existing Instrument

If you want to sell your existing keyboard and buy a new Korg Grandstage, but don’t want the hassle of arranging a private sale, then your easiest option is to trade it in with the Bonners part exchange deal. With decades of experience in buying and selling keyboards, we’ve developed an easy and simple service that means you can trade-in your used Keyboard without all the hassle and additional expense of advertising, delivery charges or repairs, and still get a fair price for your instrument. Simply email details of what you have to partex@bonners.co.uk and we’ll get right back to you with an offer!

See & Try GrandStage in our Stores

We have two Korg keyboard centres - both in easy-to-reach locations. Our Korg Keyboard shop in Surrey is located in Reigate, just 2 miles from JCT8 of the M25 motorway. We also have a huge store on the south coast in Eastbourne, East Sussex. Both shops have free on-site parking.

User Interface - Designed For On-Stage Tweaking!

The intuitive user-interface of the Grandstage make is easy to select the desired sound from the massive library of voices available. Korg have placed the most frequently used sounds such as pianos & organs on the right hand side of the panel, whilst ensemble sounds such as synths & strings are selected on the left side. Effects can be accessed directly from front-panel controls. The Grandstage is designed with live performers in mind and straightforward operation makes it easy to adjust your sound on-the-fly.

Lightweight & Portable

The Grandstage 88 weighs just 20kg and the 73 note version is 17kg, so these instruments are extremely portable, and ideal for use on the road. In total the Grandstage ships with 500 preset sounds which can be manipulated, layered and routed through effects to create your own unique “favourite” patches. We love the use of Korg’s SST “Smooth Sound Transition” - this means it’s possible to switch between sounds without any un-natural cutting off of the previous voices & effects. It’s hard to imagine playing an instrument without this feature nowadays, and SST has been further-enhanced especially for Grandstage. Here is our run-through of the Grandstage’s different sound engines and their individual capabilities:

SGX-2 Acoustic Piano Sound Engine

Featuring Korg’s SGX-2 piano sound engine, five concert grand pianos from the leading manufacturers of acoustic pianos including Berlin, Heidelberg, Austria, Japan and Italy have been perfectly sampled. Plus there is a beautiful upright piano for it’s distinctive tonal qualities. The piano sounds were created using large capacity unlooped stereo samples and every key has been recorded at multiple velocity levels to give the detailed and maximum expression of an acoustic piano. There are also mono piano samples which are suited to live performance use - these are not simply a mix of stereo samples, but genuine mono recordings that will cut through clearly through a band mix.

EP-1 Electric Piano Sound Engine

As well as ultra-realistic acoustic piano sounds, the Grandstage features six vintage electric piano tones including Rhodes and Wurlitzer samples. These convincing ep sounds can be routed through amp, cabinet and speaker simulators to create classic tones and then finished off with vintage modelled effects for the final touches. The electric piano sounds in the Grandstage are definitely amongst the most convincing we’ve heard from a sample based instrument and in a blind test, we believe it would be hard to tell the difference between the Grandstage and an original 70’s electric piano.

Organ Sound Engines

Grandstage pianos also feature three high quality Organ Sound engines to recreate the sounds of Korg, Vox and Farfisa instruments. These iconic tones are still extremely popular in modern music and as with the piano sounds, Korg have literally “pulled out all the stops” to provide the highest quality organ sounds for stage and studio use.

HD-1 PCM Sound Engine

Korg’s HD1 PCM sound engine delivers high quality samples of popular keyboard instruments such as clavs, harpsichords, mellotron, classical pipe organs and even a beautiful Yamaha DX7 electric piano sample that is ideal for ballads!

AL-1 Analog Modelling Sound Engine

The AL-1 analog modelling sound engine is ideal for creating fat brass & reed sounds, as well as unusual synth leads and pad sounds.

Korg Grandstage Specifications:

Keyboard:

88-key: RH3 (Real Weighted Hammer Action 3), A0–C8, velocity sensitive, aftertouch not supported 73-key: RH3 (Real Weighted Hammer Action 3), E1–E7, velocity sensitive, aftertouch not supported

Sound Engines / 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.) Number Of Sounds: 500 Favourites Locations: 64 Controllers: Pitch bend wheel, Modulation wheel, SW1 button, SW2 button 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

Audio Outputs:

(Left/Right): XLR (L/Mono, R): 6.35mm Jacks Headphones

Korg Grandstage Dimensions:

88-key: 1311 mm x 359 mm x 140 mm / 51.64" x 14.13" x 5.51" (excluding music stand) 73-key: 1099 mm x 359 mm x 140 mm / 43.27" x 14.13" x 5.51" (excluding music stand)

Korg Grandstage Weight:

88-key: 20.0 kg / 44.09 lbs (excluding music stand) 73-key: 17.0 kg / 37.48 lbs (excluding music stand)

Included Accessories:

AC cord, Music stand, Damper pedal (DS-1H), Keyboard stand (Standard-M-SV)
Korg Grandstage 88 Stage Piano Korg Grandstage 88 Stage Piano
£2,349.00
In Stock
The Korg GrandStage models set a new level for stage & studio performance piano keyboards. Two models are available - a full length 88 note model, plus a 73 note compact version. Both models are equipped with Korg’s RH3 premium Japanese quality keyboard action and are supplied with a dedicated music stand that can be attached to the instrument. You’ll also find a Korg DS1H half-damping pedal in the box and a newly designed chrome-plated keyboard stand, known as the Standard-M-SV.

Part Exchange Your Existing Instrument

If you want to sell your existing keyboard and buy a new Korg Grandstage, but don’t want the hassle of arranging a private sale, then your easiest option is to trade it in with the Bonners part exchange deal. With decades of experience in buying and selling keyboards, we’ve developed an easy and simple service that means you can trade-in your used Keyboard without all the hassle and additional expense of advertising, delivery charges or repairs, and still get a fair price for your instrument. Simply email details of what you have to partex@bonners.co.uk and we’ll get right back to you with an offer!

See & Try GrandStage in our Stores

We have two Korg keyboard centres - both in easy-to-reach locations. Our Korg Keyboard shop in Surrey is located in Reigate, just 2 miles from JCT8 of the M25 motorway. We also have a huge store on the south coast in Eastbourne, East Sussex. Both shops have free on-site parking.

User Interface - Designed For On-Stage Tweaking!

The intuitive user-interface of the Grandstage make is easy to select the desired sound from the massive library of voices available. Korg have placed the most frequently used sounds such as pianos & organs on the right hand side of the panel, whilst ensemble sounds such as synths & strings are selected on the left side. Effects can be accessed directly from front-panel controls. The Grandstage is designed with live performers in mind and straightforward operation makes it easy to adjust your sound on-the-fly.

Lightweight & Portable

The Grandstage 88 weighs just 20kg and the 73 note version is 17kg, so these instruments are extremely portable, and ideal for use on the road. In total the Grandstage ships with 500 preset sounds which can be manipulated, layered and routed through effects to create your own unique “favourite” patches. We love the use of Korg’s SST “Smooth Sound Transition” - this means it’s possible to switch between sounds without any un-natural cutting off of the previous voices & effects. It’s hard to imagine playing an instrument without this feature nowadays, and SST has been further-enhanced especially for Grandstage. Here is our run-through of the Grandstage’s different sound engines and their individual capabilities:

SGX-2 Acoustic Piano Sound Engine

Featuring Korg’s SGX-2 piano sound engine, five concert grand pianos from the leading manufacturers of acoustic pianos including Berlin, Heidelberg, Austria, Japan and Italy have been perfectly sampled. Plus there is a beautiful upright piano for it’s distinctive tonal qualities. The piano sounds were created using large capacity unlooped stereo samples and every key has been recorded at multiple velocity levels to give the detailed and maximum expression of an acoustic piano. There are also mono piano samples which are suited to live performance use - these are not simply a mix of stereo samples, but genuine mono recordings that will cut through clearly through a band mix.

EP-1 Electric Piano Sound Engine

As well as ultra-realistic acoustic piano sounds, the Grandstage features six vintage electric piano tones including Rhodes and Wurlitzer samples. These convincing ep sounds can be routed through amp, cabinet and speaker simulators to create classic tones and then finished off with vintage modelled effects for the final touches. The electric piano sounds in the Grandstage are definitely amongst the most convincing we’ve heard from a sample based instrument and in a blind test, we believe it would be hard to tell the difference between the Grandstage and an original 70’s electric piano.

Organ Sound Engines

Grandstage pianos also feature three high quality Organ Sound engines to recreate the sounds of Korg, Vox and Farfisa instruments. These iconic tones are still extremely popular in modern music and as with the piano sounds, Korg have literally “pulled out all the stops” to provide the highest quality organ sounds for stage and studio use.

HD-1 PCM Sound Engine

Korg’s HD1 PCM sound engine delivers high quality samples of popular keyboard instruments such as clavs, harpsichords, mellotron, classical pipe organs and even a beautiful Yamaha DX7 electric piano sample that is ideal for ballads!

AL-1 Analog Modelling Sound Engine

The AL-1 analog modelling sound engine is ideal for creating fat brass & reed sounds, as well as unusual synth leads and pad sounds.

Korg Grandstage Specifications:

Keyboard:

88-key: RH3 (Real Weighted Hammer Action 3), A0–C8, velocity sensitive, aftertouch not supported 73-key: RH3 (Real Weighted Hammer Action 3), E1–E7, velocity sensitive, aftertouch not supported

Sound Engines / 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.) Number Of Sounds: 500 Favourites Locations: 64 Controllers: Pitch bend wheel, Modulation wheel, SW1 button, SW2 button 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

Audio Outputs:

(Left/Right): XLR (L/Mono, R): 6.35mm Jacks Headphones

Korg Grandstage Dimensions:

88-key: 1311 mm x 359 mm x 140 mm / 51.64" x 14.13" x 5.51" (excluding music stand) 73-key: 1099 mm x 359 mm x 140 mm / 43.27" x 14.13" x 5.51" (excluding music stand)

Korg Grandstage Weight:

88-key: 20.0 kg / 44.09 lbs (excluding music stand) 73-key: 17.0 kg / 37.48 lbs (excluding music stand)

Included Accessories:

AC cord, Music stand, Damper pedal (DS-1H), Keyboard stand (Standard-M-SV)

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The Korg GrandStage models set a new level for stage & studio performance piano keyboards. Two models are available - a full length 88 note model, plus a 73 note compact version. Both models are equipped with Korg’s RH3 premium Japanese quality keyboard action and are supplied with a dedicated music stand that can be attached to the instrument. You’ll also find a Korg DS1H half-damping pedal in the box and a newly designed chrome-plated keyboard stand, known as the Standard-M-SV.

Part Exchange Your Existing Instrument

If you want to sell your existing keyboard and buy a new Korg Grandstage, but don’t want the hassle of arranging a private sale, then your easiest option is to trade it in with the Bonners part exchange deal. With decades of experience in buying and selling keyboards, we’ve developed an easy and simple service that means you can trade-in your used Keyboard without all the hassle and additional expense of advertising, delivery charges or repairs, and still get a fair price for your instrument. Simply email details of what you have to partex@bonners.co.uk and we’ll get right back to you with an offer!

See & Try GrandStage in our Stores

We have two Korg keyboard centres - both in easy-to-reach locations. Our Korg Keyboard shop in Surrey is located in Reigate, just 2 miles from JCT8 of the M25 motorway. We also have a huge store on the south coast in Eastbourne, East Sussex. Both shops have free on-site parking.

User Interface - Designed For On-Stage Tweaking!

The intuitive user-interface of the Grandstage make is easy to select the desired sound from the massive library of voices available. Korg have placed the most frequently used sounds such as pianos & organs on the right hand side of the panel, whilst ensemble sounds such as synths & strings are selected on the left side. Effects can be accessed directly from front-panel controls. The Grandstage is designed with live performers in mind and straightforward operation makes it easy to adjust your sound on-the-fly.

Lightweight & Portable

The Grandstage 88 weighs just 20kg and the 73 note version is 17kg, so these instruments are extremely portable, and ideal for use on the road. In total the Grandstage ships with 500 preset sounds which can be manipulated, layered and routed through effects to create your own unique “favourite” patches. We love the use of Korg’s SST “Smooth Sound Transition” - this means it’s possible to switch between sounds without any un-natural cutting off of the previous voices & effects. It’s hard to imagine playing an instrument without this feature nowadays, and SST has been further-enhanced especially for Grandstage. Here is our run-through of the Grandstage’s different sound engines and their individual capabilities:

SGX-2 Acoustic Piano Sound Engine

Featuring Korg’s SGX-2 piano sound engine, five concert grand pianos from the leading manufacturers of acoustic pianos including Berlin, Heidelberg, Austria, Japan and Italy have been perfectly sampled. Plus there is a beautiful upright piano for it’s distinctive tonal qualities. The piano sounds were created using large capacity unlooped stereo samples and every key has been recorded at multiple velocity levels to give the detailed and maximum expression of an acoustic piano. There are also mono piano samples which are suited to live performance use - these are not simply a mix of stereo samples, but genuine mono recordings that will cut through clearly through a band mix.

EP-1 Electric Piano Sound Engine

As well as ultra-realistic acoustic piano sounds, the Grandstage features six vintage electric piano tones including Rhodes and Wurlitzer samples. These convincing ep sounds can be routed through amp, cabinet and speaker simulators to create classic tones and then finished off with vintage modelled effects for the final touches. The electric piano sounds in the Grandstage are definitely amongst the most convincing we’ve heard from a sample based instrument and in a blind test, we believe it would be hard to tell the difference between the Grandstage and an original 70’s electric piano.

Organ Sound Engines

Grandstage pianos also feature three high quality Organ Sound engines to recreate the sounds of Korg, Vox and Farfisa instruments. These iconic tones are still extremely popular in modern music and as with the piano sounds, Korg have literally “pulled out all the stops” to provide the highest quality organ sounds for stage and studio use.

HD-1 PCM Sound Engine

Korg’s HD1 PCM sound engine delivers high quality samples of popular keyboard instruments such as clavs, harpsichords, mellotron, classical pipe organs and even a beautiful Yamaha DX7 electric piano sample that is ideal for ballads!

AL-1 Analog Modelling Sound Engine

The AL-1 analog modelling sound engine is ideal for creating fat brass & reed sounds, as well as unusual synth leads and pad sounds.

Korg Grandstage Specifications:

Keyboard:

88-key: RH3 (Real Weighted Hammer Action 3), A0–C8, velocity sensitive, aftertouch not supported 73-key: RH3 (Real Weighted Hammer Action 3), E1–E7, velocity sensitive, aftertouch not supported

Sound Engines / 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.) Number Of Sounds: 500 Favourites Locations: 64 Controllers: Pitch bend wheel, Modulation wheel, SW1 button, SW2 button 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

Audio Outputs:

(Left/Right): XLR (L/Mono, R): 6.35mm Jacks Headphones

Korg Grandstage Dimensions:

88-key: 1311 mm x 359 mm x 140 mm / 51.64" x 14.13" x 5.51" (excluding music stand) 73-key: 1099 mm x 359 mm x 140 mm / 43.27" x 14.13" x 5.51" (excluding music stand)

Korg Grandstage Weight:

88-key: 20.0 kg / 44.09 lbs (excluding music stand) 73-key: 17.0 kg / 37.48 lbs (excluding music stand)

Included Accessories:

AC cord, Music stand, Damper pedal (DS-1H), Keyboard stand (Standard-M-SV)
The Korg GrandStage models set a new level for stage & studio performance piano keyboards. Two models are available - a full length 88 note model, plus a 73 note compact version. Both models are equipped with Korg’s RH3 premium Japanese quality keyboard action and are supplied with a dedicated music stand that can be attached to the instrument. You’ll also find a Korg DS1H half-damping pedal in the box and a newly designed chrome-plated keyboard stand, known as the Standard-M-SV.

Part Exchange Your Existing Instrument

If you want to sell your existing keyboard and buy a new Korg Grandstage, but don’t want the hassle of arranging a private sale, then your easiest option is to trade it in with the Bonners part exchange deal. With decades of experience in buying and selling keyboards, we’ve developed an easy and simple service that means you can trade-in your used Keyboard without all the hassle and additional expense of advertising, delivery charges or repairs, and still get a fair price for your instrument. Simply email details of what you have to partex@bonners.co.uk and we’ll get right back to you with an offer!

See & Try GrandStage in our Stores

We have two Korg keyboard centres - both in easy-to-reach locations. Our Korg Keyboard shop in Surrey is located in Reigate, just 2 miles from JCT8 of the M25 motorway. We also have a huge store on the south coast in Eastbourne, East Sussex. Both shops have free on-site parking.

User Interface - Designed For On-Stage Tweaking!

The intuitive user-interface of the Grandstage make is easy to select the desired sound from the massive library of voices available. Korg have placed the most frequently used sounds such as pianos & organs on the right hand side of the panel, whilst ensemble sounds such as synths & strings are selected on the left side. Effects can be accessed directly from front-panel controls. The Grandstage is designed with live performers in mind and straightforward operation makes it easy to adjust your sound on-the-fly.

Lightweight & Portable

The Grandstage 88 weighs just 20kg and the 73 note version is 17kg, so these instruments are extremely portable, and ideal for use on the road. In total the Grandstage ships with 500 preset sounds which can be manipulated, layered and routed through effects to create your own unique “favourite” patches. We love the use of Korg’s SST “Smooth Sound Transition” - this means it’s possible to switch between sounds without any un-natural cutting off of the previous voices & effects. It’s hard to imagine playing an instrument without this feature nowadays, and SST has been further-enhanced especially for Grandstage. Here is our run-through of the Grandstage’s different sound engines and their individual capabilities:

SGX-2 Acoustic Piano Sound Engine

Featuring Korg’s SGX-2 piano sound engine, five concert grand pianos from the leading manufacturers of acoustic pianos including Berlin, Heidelberg, Austria, Japan and Italy have been perfectly sampled. Plus there is a beautiful upright piano for it’s distinctive tonal qualities. The piano sounds were created using large capacity unlooped stereo samples and every key has been recorded at multiple velocity levels to give the detailed and maximum expression of an acoustic piano. There are also mono piano samples which are suited to live performance use - these are not simply a mix of stereo samples, but genuine mono recordings that will cut through clearly through a band mix.

EP-1 Electric Piano Sound Engine

As well as ultra-realistic acoustic piano sounds, the Grandstage features six vintage electric piano tones including Rhodes and Wurlitzer samples. These convincing ep sounds can be routed through amp, cabinet and speaker simulators to create classic tones and then finished off with vintage modelled effects for the final touches. The electric piano sounds in the Grandstage are definitely amongst the most convincing we’ve heard from a sample based instrument and in a blind test, we believe it would be hard to tell the difference between the Grandstage and an original 70’s electric piano.

Organ Sound Engines

Grandstage pianos also feature three high quality Organ Sound engines to recreate the sounds of Korg, Vox and Farfisa instruments. These iconic tones are still extremely popular in modern music and as with the piano sounds, Korg have literally “pulled out all the stops” to provide the highest quality organ sounds for stage and studio use.

HD-1 PCM Sound Engine

Korg’s HD1 PCM sound engine delivers high quality samples of popular keyboard instruments such as clavs, harpsichords, mellotron, classical pipe organs and even a beautiful Yamaha DX7 electric piano sample that is ideal for ballads!

AL-1 Analog Modelling Sound Engine

The AL-1 analog modelling sound engine is ideal for creating fat brass & reed sounds, as well as unusual synth leads and pad sounds.

Korg Grandstage Specifications:

Keyboard:

88-key: RH3 (Real Weighted Hammer Action 3), A0–C8, velocity sensitive, aftertouch not supported 73-key: RH3 (Real Weighted Hammer Action 3), E1–E7, velocity sensitive, aftertouch not supported

Sound Engines / 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.) Number Of Sounds: 500 Favourites Locations: 64 Controllers: Pitch bend wheel, Modulation wheel, SW1 button, SW2 button 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

Audio Outputs:

(Left/Right): XLR (L/Mono, R): 6.35mm Jacks Headphones

Korg Grandstage Dimensions:

88-key: 1311 mm x 359 mm x 140 mm / 51.64" x 14.13" x 5.51" (excluding music stand) 73-key: 1099 mm x 359 mm x 140 mm / 43.27" x 14.13" x 5.51" (excluding music stand)

Korg Grandstage Weight:

88-key: 20.0 kg / 44.09 lbs (excluding music stand) 73-key: 17.0 kg / 37.48 lbs (excluding music stand)

Included Accessories:

AC cord, Music stand, Damper pedal (DS-1H), Keyboard stand (Standard-M-SV)