Korg 01/Wfd Music Workstation
Very good working condition
About This Keyboard
This 01/Wfd is in very good working order and sounds AMAZING!!!. I haven't found anything on it that doesn't work just as it should except that the display, while clear and easily readable as seen in the photo, might have a bad backlight. There are no broken or chipped keys and they all play well. Cosmetically it is well above average with just a few small scuffs and scratches here and there. I have included a lot of pictures and a video and I think you can just let them speak for themselves.
Korg's 01/W Pro workstation synthesizer debuted in 1991 as the follow-up to the popular M1. The 01/W was the second chapter in Korg's workstation legacy, which goes on to this day with the Triton and Oasys series. The 01/W was geared towards beginning home studio enthusiasts that wanted to take a step further into a more professional realm. Compared with the M1, the 01/W featured many enhancements including a more dynamic 16-track sequencer (the M1 only had 8-tracks), 254 real world sampled instruments to the M1's 100, polyphony was doubled from 16 to 32 voices, and greater overall control.
- Polyphony - 32 voices (16-part multitimbral)
- Oscillators - 48 MB ROM using AI2 synthesis system (digital). 32 sounds, 32 oscillators (single mode); 16 sounds, 32 oscillators (double mode).
- Effects - 2 Multi FX processors with 47 Digital multi-effects: reverb, delay, overdrive, EQ, chorus, rotary speaker, and more.
- LFO - 2 LFOs
- Filter - VDF: Digital Lowpass Filter, velocity sensitive (non-resonant)
- VCA - VDA: Digital Amplifier with 4-stage ADSR envelope generators
It is important to remember that when buying a used keyboard it may not operate or look exactly like a new one. Used keyboards develop wear over time that can cause such items as function buttons, knobs, sliders etc. to fail to operate as smoothly or easily as when they were new. Our technician does check these items and if they are deemed unusable they are replaced but some function buttons may require more pressure or manipulation to make the appropriate changes. Cosmetically your used keyboard may have scuffs, scratches, cracks to plastic pieces, discolored keys, dim or no display backlights or other visual impairments that might not show up in the photos. We try to mention any obvious visual imperfections but may not consider them serious enough to post in the listing.