Very few companies can really hold the title of "most innovative", but Korg would definitely be right up there if there was ever a vote. Started in the 1960s because their founders were unhappy with the current selection of rhythm machines on the market at the time, they've been pushing the limit of music technology ever since. So if you're looking to experiment with sound, or you're in need of an upgrade over your current setup, you're definitely in the right place.
With such an impressive catalog of keyboards, MIDI equipment, pro audio gear, amplifiers, effects, percussion and accessories, you really need to narrow your search down before jumping in. If you're searching for something classic Korg, then you're here for the famous MicroKORG Synthesizer/Vocoder. Featuring an incredibly powerful dual-oscillator DSP synthesis engine, 128 user-rewritable programs, and a 37-note velocity-sensitive mini-keyboard, it is an absolute beast. It also comes loaded with a full range of effects, classic vocoding, as well as a flexible arpeggiator. And because it's so compact and portable, you can take it with you pretty much everywhere.
More interested in some accessories to complement your guitar or bass? Korg also offers a huge variety of tuners as well. From clip-on to pedal to rack mounted, the styles here were designed to suit any need. You can also choose between chromatic, polyphonic and strobe options as everyone has their own personal preference. The only thing that's similar about all of them is their unparalleled accuracy and precision when tuning.
If you need even more convincing that Korg is the brand you've been searching for, just take a look at their impressive roster of artists. With the likes of megastars Beyoncé, Phil Collins, Albert Hammond Jr. of The Strokes, Herbie Hancock, Duran Duran, Diplo, Joe Satriani, Linkin Park, Moby, Ted Nugent, and hundreds of others all using their instruments and equipment, you know they only manufacture the best of the best. Just play a few keys or pick up one of their accessories... you'll become a Korg fanatic almost instantly.