Alesis Vortex Keytar

The Alesis Vortex is a classy key tar with unprecedented features. It has an extensive layout of touch sensitive keys and velocity sensitive pads on it’s shiny white design, along with pitch and modulation controls on the neck, giving you a near infinite amount of control over your performance. Alesis Vortex Manual | Alesis Vortex Specifications | Alesis Vortex Review | Check Price on eBay One of the more appearing features is that…

Junost 21

The Junost 21 portable keyboard can be considered a “Keytar”, but only because a player can throw it over their shoulder and play it. Really, it’s a portable Synth that has a handle on it that looks like a Keytar. Requiring a battery pack to actually power the device when you’re carting it around, it’s role as a keytar is questionable. Still, we’ve decided to review it here so you…

Korg RK-100s Keytar

Back in 1984, Korg released a Keytar, the RK-100, which gave keyboardists the freedom to move around as they played. This allowed the player to perform in their own right, not being confined to behind a keyboard in a fixed place on stage. Not only that, but it was available in four colours and came in a very stylish body. Today, Korg has resurrected that model, and added some fresh…

Casio AZ-1 Keytar

The Casio AZ-1 Keytar is a compact and lightweight design with 41 keys and 8-note polyphonic along with a magnitude of features and functions to provide new energy to any music! Casio Az-1 User Manual | Casio AZ-1 User Reviews | Check Price on eBay The Casio AZ-1 Keytar has to define controllers including 2 wheels, 2 switches, and 1 slider to easily send assigned MIDI data as required. Pitch wheel shifts sound…