Korg Oasys 88 For Sale. Fully serviced and ready to go. When we got it, the clock battery needed replacement, so we replaced it with a new one. The tact switches were mostly ok but a few needed to be pressed a bit harder that the others, so we replaced them ALL with brand new switches so they'd outlast all others out there. And finally, we noticed one of the LEDs associated with one of the switches was not working, so we had our tech investigate and it turns out Korg forgot to install it (!!!), so we did. It's not uncommon for us to discover things like this - our quality control is better than everyone else's. Despite the fact that these issues were minor, the Oasys is a big, heavy, complex synth that's not the easiest to work on - we paid our tech for 5 and a half hours of skilled labor to get this unit absolutely perfect for its next owner.
The Oasys is one of the coolest workstations ever. It's got an assortment of synthesis options - sample playback, wave sequencing, virtual analog synthesis, physical modeling, virtual MS20 and Polysix, etc etc. It's an incredibly deep instrument that's been designed to do everything anyone would want in a single synth. We don't want to think about it too much because if we do, we're going to end up keeping it! Please buy it now before this happens!
This is one of a reported 3000 units made. Here's the Oasys's built in Polysix emulation. Not bad for a digital synth, though we prefer its complex digital sounds, especially the wave sequences Korg first made famous with the Wavestation. If you get dizzy easily, you may want to close your eyes. Or get dizzy.