The Korg PS-3300 is a polyphonic analog synthesizer produced by Korg, between 1977 and 1981. The Korg PS-3300 is one of the biggest and rarest synthesizers ever made. Only around 50 units were produced by Korg over a 4-year period from 1977 to 1981 after which it was discontinued. The high production costs of this very complex instrument gave it a price tag that was out of reach for anyone but the wealthiest musicians of the day. It is a much coveted synthesizer by professional musicians and collectors alike as it has a big and unique sound which has been described as an orchestra of synthesizers. It has attained near mythical status due to its rarity and the fact that it was adopted and revered by many of the artists that were the synthesizer pioneers
Yes, I suggest seen-da-sizer goes virtual. Much more efficient on space and they really sound just as good and are as much fun to play. Honest! I'll have the Wave AND PS3300. Greed is good.
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