M-Audio Axiom 61 MIDI Keyboard (1st generation). It works great, but there are a few scratches and it’s missing a few slider knobs (they still work, but the actual rubber knob is missing). I wrote a lot of my music on this, but I want a full 88 note keyboard now.

Buying the newest models cost is $300-$400, so I’ll sell this for $90+shipping. Message me if interested.

I’m in Philadelphia, USA. I prefer domestic shipping.

M-Audio Axiom 61 MIDI Keyboard (1st generation). It works great, but there are a few scratches and it’s missing a few slider knobs (they still work, but the actual rubber knob is missing). I wrote a lot of my music on this, but I want a full 88 note keyboard now.

Buying the newest models cost is $300-$400, so I’ll sell this for $90+shipping. Message me if interested.

I’m in Philadelphia, USA. I prefer domestic shipping.

  1. abad1dea said: You must have taken this with a front-facing webcam… that or you managed to hang up your treble clef backwards.
  2. jordandeanbaker said: If you’re getting a new board I would recommend the maudio prokeys 88sx. It’s 88 notes and semi-weighted (think upright piano rather than grand) and its super light (14 pounds i think!) I’ve had mine for a couple years and I love it.
  3. kayuri said: So tempting… I love adding things to my collection. *u*
  4. trevorrain said: Be hard pressed to find a MIDI cheaper than that. I’ll need to think about it, but I’ve been looking for something to learn piano on that won’t break the bank. Is it alright for that purpose?
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