Korg introduces Tiny Piano

December 13, 2013
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MELVILLE, NY, December 13, 2013 - Korg announces the Tiny Piano, a miniature, digital piano perfectly sized for young children, with a mini keybed, 25 accurate, built-in sounds, and a modest volume that's appropriate for children's delicate hearing. In addition, it can be used as a song box to play back 50 included songs. Battery-power enables music enjoyment anytime, anywhere.
 
 

Tiny Piano looks like a sophisticated, miniature upright piano, and features an easy-to-play, 25-note keyboard. Made of solid wood and available in four colors (white, pink, red, black), it will suit the décor of any child's room.

A total of 25 high-quality, built-in sounds include the classics found in a wide array of popular songs: grand piano, electric piano, organ, bells, and more. Novelty sounds such as music box and toy piano are included as well. Children can use the built-in sounds to learn about different instruments as they play. The pitches and tones are reliable and accurate, via a sound engine developed by the same Korg engineers who have produced high-quality professional instruments for over 50 years.

The Tiny Piano also contains 50 demo songs in a wide range of styles. The songs can be triggered with a single note, and provide not only examples of skillful performances for children to experience, but also enjoyable background music. Children can change the sounds featured in each song to suit their taste.

In addition to built-in speakers, Tiny Piano also offers a mono headphone jack and adjustable volume. It can be powered by six AA batteries (approximately 15 hours) or the included AC adaptor. Weighing in at just 10.36 pounds, Tiny Piano offers a space-saving footprint as well: 15.08 x 10.16 x 11.10 inches.

The Korg Tiny Piano will be available February 2014 with pricing to be announced shortly.

Additional product information is available at www.korg.com/TinyPiano.
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