These replacement keys were removed from a Korg Trinity but they will also fit the Triton and Triton Pro along with most Yamaha Motif series, DX7 and the others shown below. We can not guarantee an exact color match with your existing keys. Be sure to select the key you need from the drop down list.
Korg Oasys 76
Korg Trinity Pro
Korg Triton 61
Korg Triton 76
Korg Triton Extreme 61
Korg Triton Extreme 76
Korg Triton Studio 61
Korg Triton Studio 76
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I had an object that fell on my keyboard and cracked 3 keys. I ordered these and perfect fit and same color too. Super fast shipping! Got product in 3 days. Now my keyboard is like a champ again! Big thanks Keyboard Kountry!!!!
Restoring a Korg 01W/FD and needed a couple of keys. Luckily I found Keyboard Kountry. Good prices, fast shipping, keys exactly as described. Thanks!
This replacement worked perfectly for my Korg Triton Pro keyboard.
Right part... right on time! These guys are a very valuable resource for keeping vintage keys up and running!
The service was pretty good. Timely delivery and just what I ordered!!!!
Keyboard Kountry offered this part at a great price. I had the part in my hand within 3 business days which was fabulous. They are very efficient at processing orders and they offer a quality product. Well done KK.com!
The kids' high school has two Korg keyboards that each had a couple of broken keys. Yes, high schoolers are tough on music equipment.
After doing some research, I purchased the replacement keys through Keyboard Kountry. After a few late nights, both keyboard are back in service without problem.
This keyboard design is shared by a number of models from different manufacturers. Warning: It is not a quick and simple job to replace keys - but with patience and care, it can be done.
Keyboard Kountry supplied used replacement keys that were in excellent condition - and they shipped them quickly. Highly recommended!
These were a precise fit for my old Motif6. They arrived within 3 days, the price was great, and I was up and running in no time. Thanks, Keyboard Kountry!