Korg USA, Inc.
316 South Service Road
Melville, New York 11747

Korg was founded in 1962 to produce its first product, an automatic rhythm machine, and in 1972 entered the electronic-organ market. The LP-10 stage piano appeared in 1980, and its first digitally sampled piano, the SG1, was introduced in 1986. Korg now offers seven models of 88-key digital piano, plus several models with shorter keyboards. Following Kawai’s lead, Korg recently announced plans to sell its home digital pianos online.

Digital Piano: Specifications & Prices

See the Introduction for an explanation of specifications and a key to the finish codes.

Prices in blue italics indicate MAP (Minimum Advertised Price). Other prices are our estimates based on normal retail margins. For more information on MAP and retail pricing, please see "Shopping Options" in our article "Buying a Digital Piano."

Click the Model link for additional specifications. Click the Product Page icon to go to the manufacturer's web page for that model.

  Model Form
Slab, Vertical, Grand
Ensemble Finish
See finish codes
Est. Street Price Voices Rhythms / Styles Polyphony Pedals
H = half-pedaling support
Speakers / Watts Recording
MIDI Tracks / Digital Audio (DA)
Bluetooth Vocal Support Educational Features Product Page
B1 S Bk / Wt 500 8 120 1 2 / 9 No No No External Website Link
SP280 S Bk / Wt 700 30 120 1 H 2 / 22 No No No External Website Link
SV-1-88 S Bk 1,750 36 80 1 (3) H 2 / 15 No No No External Website Link
B1SP V Bk / Wt 600 8 120 3 2 / 9 No No No External Website Link
G1 Air V Bk / Wt / WG 1,400 32 120 3 H 4 / 20 Yes No No External Website Link
LP180 V Bk / Wt 600 10 120 3 H 2 / 11 No No No External Website Link
LP380 V Bk / Wt / R 850 30 120 3 H 2 / 22 No No No External Website Link

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