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Moog guitar?!
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Has anyone else heard about this. Maybe I'm just dumb and missed the boat, but I got a catalog yesterday that had one it and I was like wtf!
I seems to have a built in ladder filter, and do a lot of weird things with sustain and auto-palm muting (!). It seems pretty cool, but It's ugly (for my tastes) and I wonder if you wouldn't be better off with a $75 pawn shop guitar and a couple moog pedals? Maybe I'm just ghetto like that. Still it seems to be a very cool all in one instrument.

edit.. sorry i totally missed the thead below somehow. please feel free to delete this one.
I love the technology, but I could never afford it. The appearance seems to be universally despised. There has been some talk of lower cost models, but it will still be a few thousand. I'm actually much more interested in fading between the different pickups than using the filter. I'll probably just get an e-bow and do it one string at a time. If I was fabulously wealthy, it would sit next to my Buchla and my Fucking Fucker.
Were you referring to my mini-review?

Paul Vo Moog
I got to play one today finally and was flabbergasted. The way the strings could resonate forever or not at all was just shocking to me - to actually feel physical changes going on with the string which were being caused by whatever the hell it is inside the thing that does it - I really can't describe how strange of a sensation it was. Especially the auto-muting if that's what it's called, feeling the strings kind of zzzzbt stop vibrating for kind of short envelope thing - psychologically strange and very cool. The filter in it is nice, but seems almost like a gimmicky afterthought compared to the whole control over string resonance thing.
Not going to run out and buy one, that's for sure; I'd have a big buchla system and an old neve console way before even considering something like this if I had that kind of money, but I sure hope that the technology that makes what I experienced today can be made more sane someday.
It's a neat thing, feels like you're standing in front of a HUGE amp feeding back the way the strings resonate but without the amp. I like the deadening part better actually. It would be cool if there was a bipolar foot pedal to go smoothly between dampening and resonating. But that's a hell of a price for something I don't think I'd use too much.
I went on the factory tour only a week after they announced it and I had about an hours playtime hyper
The one I played was dedicated demo and had some nasty resonances from the neck. I was overall impressed with the sustain mode it reminds me of Spinal Tap and can imagine myself going to make a sandwich and the thing would still be sustaining! As well as everyone else I don't really like the look but my taste is pawn shop guitars.
I think I will eventually get one but there is just soooo much before it on the shopping list. thumbs up
Man I wish the moog guitar was cheaper. It has some really great
I love this thing too (intellectually, not walletwise). I even like the way it looks. But I umm, have guitars. I even have a Fernandes Sustainer pickup. So I just need more synthesizers now. wink
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And you can buy how many moog guitars for the price of one of the Adrian Belew guitars?
pristak wrote:
And you can buy how many moog guitars for the price of one of the Adrian Belew guitars?

which was a better deal or cheaper, my dear.
only that there are 2 really cool instruments
that are relatively new and available. d'oh!
pristak wrote:
And you can buy how many moog guitars for the price of one of the Adrian Belew guitars?

Over in these parts, there is a 2000€ difference between the two guitars with the Parker/Belew joint being the more expensive. A fella can't even buy one of the cheaper Moog joints for 2 large.
seriously, i just don't get it

of coarse , yes , absolutely, why didn't I think of that hmmm.....
Why not get a Line 6 if you want a Line 6? I've never played one, but they must have a midrange model that isn't setup too badly, right?
slovo wrote:
Why not get a Line 6 if you want a Line 6? I've never played one, but they must have a midrange model that isn't setup too badly, right?

when line 6 was just starting variax sales line 6 made a model that was selling for a street price of around $400.00 USD, with exactly the same components as the most expensive variax in the line, I bought one .
It would be very cool to have a midi/varax / strat-o-pauler all in one instrument.

back to the actual topic of this tread the moogy-axe the quality of a controller with strings has always been an issue, tracking delayed signal, bends if moog has really solved these issue as some have testified I say great , super . applause Rockin' Banana! nanners
Bumping this thread to share this: recent-trade-of

I happened to discover this through Twitter today, most interesting Moog guitar demo audio I've heard. Thought some folk here might like it.
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