This month, you can win a Korg Monotron every day and a Korg Monotribe every week!
This month at Dawsons it’s Korg month, and in the true spirit of these things we have lots of Korg Monotron synths, and Korg Monotribe synth/ sequencers. Both of these great products represent a step into the world of true analogue synthesis. This method of generating electronic sounds is the technology that the earliest synthesisers were based on. Capable of thick, warm tone, and with bags of character, analogue synthesis is a very desirable thing to have in your sonic arsenal.
Until the Monotribe and Monotron, analogue synths were often only available to those with very deep pockets, as vintage synths can command huge sums, as do modern analogue synths generally. Now, you can own one for a price as low as £34.99.
The Korg Monotron is a single oscillator, monophonic synthesiser, with a filter taken from the legendary Korg MS20. Remarkably, it could also be used as a standalone filter. Operated via a ribbon controller, this pocket-sized device is a bit like the kind of instrument Rolf Harris would have endorsed had he been a member of the Prodigy, and not a light entertainer…
The Korg Monotribe was the second generation of this restored technology, and added in a step sequencer, along with an analogue drum machine. This meant that loops could be created with the unit alone. In addition multiple units could be synchronised together for epic, vintage synth style madness.
Win a Korg Monotribe or a Korg Monotron in May
During May, we are giving away a Korg Monotron every day. Plus, entrants are put into a draw to win a Korg Monotribe every week! Simple, eh? No questions, quizzes, tiebreakers or anything taxing at all. Simply follow this link to the Dawsons Facebook Competitions page, and follow the instructions to enter. To be in with the greatest chance of getting your hands on some Korg goodies, you can enter once a day.
The competition ends on 31st May. Sign up today – you could have an analogue synthesiser by the end of the week…
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