Bootsy Collins Uses Korg Keyboards

For the past 25 years, Korg keyboards have helped Bootsy Collins keep the funk alive. Currently, he finds the Korg Triton Extreme to be a perfect musical inspiration. Collins says, "I use the Triton in the studio and onstage. It suits the needs of both worlds. I also like the compact flash that you can save to. The sequencer is tight, the sounds and effects are really good, and the tube takes me back to the good ol‚ days."
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For the past 25 years, Korg keyboards have helped Bootsy Collins keep the funk alive. Currently, he finds the Korg Triton Extreme to be a perfect musical inspiration.

Collins says, "I use the Triton in the studio and onstage. It suits the needs of both worlds. I also like the compact flash that you can save to. The sequencer is tight, the sounds and effects are really good, and the tube takes me back to the good ol‚ days." He adds, "I love its ease of use and reliability. It comes through no matter what kind of project I'm doing." Collins also relies on a Korg MS2000 that he has "tweaked for the funk an old MS20, a Karma music workstation and nearly every Electribe in the series.

Continuing to tour and provide his talent to artists such as Snoop Dogg and Fatboy Slim, Collins is also working on a Comedy Central pilot, preparing for his first ever Christmas record, and redeveloping the Kings Records recording studio, an historical landmark in Cincinnati, with state-of-the-art audio and video equipment.

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