Brand new Korg M50 Music Workstation in limited-edition blue, autographed by Jordan Rudess of Dream Theater before he performed live at the Korg USA booth during a music convention:
Brand new Korg M50 in limited-edition yellow, autographed by Jazz legend Herbie Hancock during his appearance at the Korg USA Booth at a music convention where Korg presented him with a lifetime achievement award:
Brand new Korg M50 in limited-edition dark green, autographed by the legendary Keith Emerson during his appearance at the Korg USA Booth at a music convention where Korg presented him with a lifetime achievement award:
Brand new Korg M50 in limited-edition red, autographed by Iconic rocker Edgar Winter before he performed live at the Korg USA booth during a music convention:
Brand new Korg M50 in limited-edition white, dually autographed by Herbie Hancock and Keith Emerson:
The auction starts on Tuesday, October 29th (8am pacific), and runs for ten days. Each keyboard includes the owner's manual, accessory disc, power supply, and a full warranty. Autograph authenticity guaranteed by Korg USA. The keyboards will ship directly from Korg USA in New York (shipping within the USA only).
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For detailed product information on the M50, please visit our site at www.korg.com/m50.
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