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Moog Minifoogers (New Moog pedals on the way)
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Author Moog Minifoogers (New Moog pedals on the way)
Strange_Days
Well, it seems like the quiet rumors about a new smaller, cheaper set of Moog pedals might be true. Check out the Rogue Guitar Shop page (link below) and scroll down to read a bit more about:

Minifooger Boost
Minifooger Ring
Minifooger Drive
Minifooger Tremolo
Minifooger Delay

http://www.rogueguitarshop.com/category-s/182.htm
ben_hex
Cool, I'm getting a Doepfer A-138d for adjusting levels and getting my pedal board set up and into the modular system. A couple of these might creep in at some point.
richard
interesting. I miss the Fooger RingMod. Only dumped it because it was huge

maybe these would be hackable into modules more easily too?
Zealot Vague
Curious about the "Whammy effects" on the ring mod. At face value wouldn't that mean it's part digital?
Isaiah
These Minifoogers sound pretty interesting!
Hopefully they accept line level signals like the Mooger Foogers.

I'm curious to hear how the Drive pedal sounds on bass, vocals, organ etc.
I recently bought a MF-104M and it sounds fantastic on anything I run through it, but there's no way I could possibly afford, or justify, another.
If the Minifooger Delay sounds as good, I'll be pretty tempted!
richard
just an expression pedal input to the internal VCO I guess?
Isaiah
Zealot Vague wrote:
Curious about the "Whammy effects" on the ring mod. At face value wouldn't that mean it's part digital?


I think they mean expression pedal/CV control of the VCO frequency, not anything like the Digitech Whammy.

EDIT: Richard beat me to it.
twincities
i want to say this is exciting, but i wish they'd release some that do things i can't already with their current pedal set that i own.
dueff
If the delay sounds as good as their old Moogerfooger, I'll be straight there. Details are sketchy yet, though. I wonder which chips they are using, also.
deltaphoenix
twincities wrote:
i want to say this is exciting, but i wish they'd release some that do things i can't already with their current pedal set that i own.


These are for mostly for guitarist/bassist that have complained about size/price of regular Foogers, I think
Hainbach
If it can handle line levels, I'd buy a bunch of Drives. I love the way MFs enlarge a signal.
moogboy
oooooooooooooooooooohhhhhh color me intrigued
Kingnimrod
I have been trying to get Moog to fix bugs inthe 104m firmware for a year now, with no success.

Their Slim Phatty VST software just flat out does not work, yet they continue to sell it.

I'm holding off on buying anything else Moog. They seem more interested in rushing out new products than fixing problems on the stuff that's already out there.
GovernorSilver
If these Minifoogers are strictly analog (no MIDI, no firmware, no OS), I'll be interested. The fact that there's firmware on the MF-104M and certain other 'foogers kept me away.
nrvana8775
I'm not seeing these listed on the rogue website. Did they take them down?

Ha, it's the stupid pedals that got me into modular stuff. Started with the filter, then ended up with a whole rig of guitar pedals with cv/midi.
mmelnick
Anyone find pictures anywhere?
PrimateSynthesis
There doesn't seem to be anything on the Moog website either seriously, i just don't get it
richard
I think this company jumped the gun a bit. It does seem to be real though, judging by the thread on the moog forum
Tooths
To quote the great Britney Spears -
"Oh Baby, Baby!"
Isaiah
I'm guessing:

*No wood panels, just black metal (SlayerBadger!)
*Up to 3 knobs on each pedal, maybe a switch too (hopefully classic Moog rocker switch, not an illuminated pushbutton)
*2 CV inputs, or 1 CV input with a switch (internal?) to select the controllable parameter
*No CV outputs
*No external controls for input gain or output level (hopefully there willat least be internal trim-pots)
*DC power only, no battery option

On the the subject of PSU connections, I'm curious to see if they stick with the same polarity as the Mooger Foogers, or switch to the pedal standard Boss-type.
I guess the former.
Strange_Days
Here is the information that was on that site before it got taken away:

Moog Minifooger - Delay ($199.00)
A Bucket Brigade based 100% analog delay that delivers over 650ms of rich, blooming repeats. Adding an expression pedal to the MF Delay allows you to control feedback swells dynamically or adjust the delay time completely hands free.

Moog Minifooger - Tremolo ($179.00)
A lush, transformative, and unique wide-range tremolo pedal that employs a balanced modulator circuit and Sub Audio VCO.. Add an expression pedal for beautiful, hands-free swells.

Moog Minifooger - Boost ($139.00)
A tone enhancing, twin topology boost pedal that allows you to select between transparent VCA or clipped OTA signal paths. When paired with an expression pedal, the MF Boost can also be used as a volume pedal or sweepable-gain boost pedal.

Moog Minifooger - Drive ($169.00)
A unique, filter-based overdrive pedal that employs a classic OTA and Moog Ladder Filter in its drive section for completely customizable sounds from creamy overdrive to cranked tube amplifier. Plug in an expression pedal to add a dimension of tonal and performance possibilities not found elsewhere.

Moog Minifooger - Ring ($149.00)
A balanced Ring Modulator based on the best selling Ring Mod in the world, the Moogerfooger MF-102. Add an expression pedal and the MF Ring creates hands free sound sweeps and octave style jamming, to robotic and whammy effects.
chamomileshark
the delay would be interesting. I sem to be building a collection of BBD delays.

One day I might even figure out why.
Shipatsea
I'll be interested to hear the tremolo
GovernorSilver
Moog Music filed for the Minifooger trademark less than a month ago, so we have a bit of a wait before we see these thing fo real.
Figures
liking the idea of the delay, always wanted one but the moogerfooger is damn expensive in the uk at least
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