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Korg® Triton Pro    Disassembly

Korg Triton Pro synth

Replacing broken keys or switches in a Korg Triton synthesizer involves a lot of time spent taking the board apart and putting it back together.

This story shows a Korg Triton Pro but the Triton and the Triton Le are very similar in construction.

 

A Korg Triton Pro with the keyboard assembly removed


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