Reverb reportedly gets generous with customers who had their Korg Opsix orders cancelled

Kudos to Reverb.

Korg Opsix

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Reverb has offered some pretty generous credits to those who’ve had their Korg Opsix orders cancelled in what is apparently a 10/10 lesson on service recovery.

Remember the massive sale last week when Korg dropped the price of its Opsix Altered FM Synthesizer from $749 to $329?

Congratulations if you’ve managed to get your hands on one – but if you’re one of the unlucky ones like Redditor atav1k, who had their order cancelled, the platform is apparently offering $100 worth of Reverb Credits to “make your synth dreams a reality”.

cancelled opsix credits from reverb? from synthesizers

According to a Reddit post, Korg has responded via Reverb to the cancellations, saying: “There was an error in the quantity field which showed many more than were available. We’re really sorry.”

While missing out on a 56% discount on one of the coolest Korgs to come out in recent years is quite a bummer, those credits are a pretty generous offer, we’d say, even for users who’ve reportedly received $50 instead of the sizeable $100.

Click here to check out our full review of the Korg OpSix.


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