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Korg Offers Legacy Collection for Free to New Triton Extreme Owners

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Monday March 21, 2005
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From January 1 until July 31, 2005, anyone who purchases a new 61, 76, or 88-key TRITON Extreme from an authorized U.S. dealer is eligible to receive the Korg Legacy Collection absolutely free. This offer presents savings of $625.

Customers who purchase a TRITON Extreme can visit Korg's web site and fill out the downloadable PDF coupon. They will be sent the Legacy Collection suite of vintage Korg software synths, featuring the Polysix, Wavestation and MS-20, plus a unique Legacy Cell that allows the user to blend synths and create new sounds. Also included are 20 effects plug-ins and the MS-20 hardware controller.

For more information, visit their web site at www.korg.com

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