Video: Digitakt Prices Are Crashing, Thanks to the Digitakt II

Last week's release of the new Elektron Digitakt II has caused a stir in the music production community, with its upgraded features and improved functionality. One other consequence of this release? A steep drop in prices of the original Digitakt.

Used models of the OG Digitakt—in good to mint condition in the US—are now selling regularly for around and under $500, which you can see for yourself in the Digitakt's Reverb Price Guide chart. The few remaining brand new original Digitakts on the market (which were discontinued in March), have dropped $200 off the previous price tag too.

Given these attractive price points for what is still a very powerful instrument in its own right, Reverb has seen more orders for original Digitakts this month than during any other single month in our history.

So, for those who may have been intimidated by the high prices of Elektron hardware in the past, this is a perfect opportunity to try out one of their products at an affordable cost.

The original Digitakt, despite being an older model, still boasts impressive capabilities and a lot of the functionality you would get with the Digitakt II. Elektron maintains a reputation for updating its first-generation hardware even after launching a new generation, and the Digitakt follows this trend.

For those who want the latest and greatest, the Digitakt II is a worthwhile investment. Why? Well, just check watch our video above to learn all about the expanding functionality and new features. Boasting twice the number of tracks and an enhanced sampling engine, this latest version of the Digitakt promises to captivate both new users and existing Elektron aficionados alike.

Find a deal on original Digitakts or pick up a brand new Digitakt II on Reverb now.

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