From the Munich Philharmonic Chick Corea Elektric Band Live Concert Chick Corea - keyboard - Yamaha KX5 Keytar John Patitucci - bass - Yamaha TRB JP TDR Dave Weckl - drums Frank Gambale - guitar - 540S-LPF Eric Marienthal - saxophone - Selmer Mark VI Alto Chick Corea - Time Track Click here to watch the full Chick Corea Elektric Band's concert: https://goo.gl/RMz5oW Click here to watch Chick Corea with Bobby McFerrin at the Verbier Festival: https://goo.gl/w78fWx Click here to watch more content about Chick Corea: https://goo.gl/yehgPT Subscribe to LOFTmusic: https://goo.gl/wwlZl8 About the instruments they are playing: Yamaha KX5 Keytar Chick Corea uses during this concert the Yamaha KX5, a master laptop keyboard from 1984. This is a 37-key keyboard covering a range from C2 to C5 with MIDI connectors permitting remote stand-up performance of the keyboard instruments. Chick Corea carried the Yamaha KX5 as a guitar and symbol of modernity, in contrast to the Midi Rhodes, with its 70's signature electric piano sound. Yamaha TRB JP TDR John Patitucci plays the Yamaha TRB JP II, a 6-string electric bass. The TRB series was born during the'80s to cover a wider tonal range, both in the low and high frequencies. The four-layer laminate body is constructed from veneers of curly maple, ash, alder and maple. This design produces a precise and intense resonance throughout the instrument's register. Ibanez 540S-LPF Frank Gambale plays the 540S-LPF Dessert Yellow. His first signature model, the FGM100 (the first of the Frank Gambale series) by Ibanez, introduced in 1991 is based on this 540S-LPF but has different pickups. The FMG100 was one of the 15 guitars that had been stolen from Frank Gambale house in 2004. Selmer Mark VI alto saxophone, serial #201695 Eric Marienthal always showed a predilection for the Alto Saxophone. The Mark VI was introduced by Selmer Paris in 1954. Many Jazz giants have used the Mark VI, including Dexter Gordon, Ornette Coleman, Joe Henderson, Wayne Shorter and John Coltrane.