Today's product comparison has Music Critic comparing the Gakken SX-150 MARK II Analog Synthesizer to the Korg microKorg 37-Key Analog Modeling Synthesizer. You might think it all comes down to the price, but frankly there is a lot more to it. Click here if you would like to see more product reviews in the same category.
Everyone has different preferences and priorities, so to make choosing easier we have attempted to give a frank review of the products. Let's start with the Gakken SX-150 MARK II Analog Synthesizer. The Gakken SX-150 Mark II is a toy synthesizer which is actually capable of providing you with real quality and a fully functional synth. The price point of this synthesizer makes it a stand out performer among the competition. It's a pretty compact box that gives you great quality professional synth sounds.
And now we will have a look at our second product, the Korg microKorg 37-Key Analog Modeling Synthesizer. It was back in 2002 that Korg first came up with the microKorg. Now for its 15th anniversary, Korg has released this amazing synthesizer, featuring all the qualities of the microKorg with a majorly improved design. The interface is easy to use, allowing you to be able to focus on creating music.
|HEAD TO HEAD COMPARISON|
|Gakken SX-150 MARK II Analog Synthesizer||Korg microKorg 37-Key Analog Modeling Synthesizer|
+ Comes in a four-octave range like many professional synths.
+ Comes with 10 parameters, so you can tweak out the desired sound from it quite easily.
+ Has a headphone jack.
+ Battery powered and also as a built-in speaker.
+ Easy to use interface.
+ Has classic vocoding.
+ Full range of effect.
+ Comes with clear controls and a classic look.
|WHAT OUR TEAM THOUGHT|
|The Gakken SX-150 MARK II Analog Synthesizer exhibits a great price to performance ratio. You won't find many synthesizers at this price range with as many features as this one.||The Korg microKorg 37-Key Analog Modeling Synthesizer has a powerful synth packed into a small but attractive unit. It’s a complete package for both audio professionals and music enthusiasts.|
Also see Music Critic's article Best Synthesizer Review of 2020 - Analog and Keys which includes even more information.