KORG’s popular LP-380 digital piano with its refined sound and weighted keys, is now joined by a 73 key model, it was announced today. The new model is even more compact, occupying 22 cm less horizontally than the 88 key model, and has the same 73 key range as classic electric pianos. With the same basic functionality as the 88 key, the 73 key is perfect for those who want to casually play and those who are starting to train as classical pianists.

You can choose a traditional black, or opt for a colorful two-tone leatherette covering available in: orange, silver, or cream.



73 key (E1–E7), RH3 (Real Weighted Hammer Action 3) Keyboard

Touch Selection:

Light, Normal, Heavy


Transpose, Fine tuning


9 types

Sound Generation:

Stereo Piano System

Maximum Polyphony:

120 voices


30 (10 x 3 Banks)

Acoustic Piano x 5, Electric Grand, Electric Piano x 6, Harpsichord, Clavi x 2,

Vibraphone, Marimba, Acoustic Guitar, Jazz Organ x 3, Pipe Organ x 3, Strings x 3, Choir 3


Brilliance, Reverb and Chorus (3 levels each)

Demo Songs:

30 (Sound Demo song x 10, Piano Demo Song x 20)


Tempo, Time signature, Accent, Sound and Volume controls


Line Out, MIDI (IN, OUT), Headphones x 2, Pedal, Speakers, DC19V


22 Watt × 2


10cm x 2


Damper*, Soft*, Sostenuto

*Half-pedaling supported


Power, Volume, Piano Song, Transpose, Function, Touch, Brilliance, Reverb, Chorus, Bank, Sound x 10, Up, Down, Metronome

Power Supply:

DC 19 V, AC adapter (included)

Power Consumption:


Dimensions (W x D x H):

1,135 × 351 × 772 mm / 44.68” × 13.82” × 30.39”

1,135 × 351 × 936 mm / 44.68” × 13.82” × 36.85” (with key cover opened)

??? *Depth includes tipping-prevention hardware.


32 kg / 70.55 lbs (including Stand)

Color Variations:

Orange-Black (LP-380-73 OB), Silver-Black (LP-380-73 SB), Cream-Black (LP-380-73 CB),


AC adapter, Stand, Pedal unit

Christopher Simmons
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