Musikmesse 2016: Studiologic Sledge 2.0 Black Edition Synthesizer
The Sledge by Studiologic will soon be available in a sexy black edition, and we're not just talking about the housing. Its keys are as black as night as well. This is a great instrument for folks who found the orange colour of the Sledge 2.0 just a bit too acidic for their taste.
Black is the epitome of chic. As Henry Ford once said: "Any customer can have a car painted any colour that he wants so long as it is black." Clearly, Studiologic wanted to jump on that bandwagon when they came up with the idea for this onyx-tinted synth that was presented at the 2016 Frankfurt Musikmesse.
This is essentially the same synthesizer as the Sledge 2.0 in orange. It's a virtual analogue beast that features the very latest Waldorf modelling technology and lots of parameters. What's more, it enables you to play samples from a 60MB flash memory. A polyphony of 24 voices and a special bank filled with sounds made by artists from around the world are what make this instrument a great addition to your stage and studio setup. To other keyboard manufacturers, we say: beware! The black Sledge 2.0 is a worthy contender!
Completely black? Not exactly. Two bright orange rotary knobs have managed to make waves on this otherwise overwhelming sea of black. Keep an eye on our product page for up-to-date information on delivery times and pricing.