Close up of a keyboard.

KORG SV-1 Keyboard Image Gallery

In preparing the review of the Korge SV-1 keyboard I took many photographs, more photographs than I actually used in the main article. This image gallery contains some of those pictures.

Close-up of the left-hand side of the the Korg SV-1 keyboard.

A view of the SV-1 from the left side, showing a close-up or the valve.

Close-up of the left-hand side of the the Korg SV-1 keyboard, showing the valve illuminated.

The left-hand side of the SV-1 with the valve on.

The SV-1 valve illuminated - close-up.

A close-up of the valve. The SV-1 has a real valve to give it a true analogue sound. The valve itself doesn't get hot enough to glow so the illumination actually comes from an LED.

The SV-1 valve illuminated next to the master volume control.

Next to the valve on the left-hand side of the keyboard is the master volume control, with a clear 0-10 scale.

The right-hand side of the keyboard showing the reverb controls and the on/off switch.

The right hand side of the keyboard showing the toggle power switch. There is no neon light or LED to indicate the status of the switch, but it is clear to see from the vast number of LEDs around the various controls whether the keyboard is actually on or off. The power switch also has 'on' and 'off' written for anyone requiring additional conformation.

The central section of the keyboard showing the 'Favorites' section.

Eight presets, or 'Favorites' can be stored and accessed quickly with the push of a button. These buttons have been thoughtfully located in the mid-section of the keyboard, making them easily accessible with the left or right hand.

Close-up of the rear panel of the SV-1.

The rear panel of the SV-1. The main output comes from standard 6.3mm jacks or XLR sockets.

The stand for the SV-1 in its folded state.

The SV-1 stand folds up small and fits into its own pocket in the case Korg make for the SV-1.

Read the full review of the KORG SV-1 keyboard.



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