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Moog Music announces that after 13 years and 14,000 units sold, the final 600 units are about to be built.

Described by the Asheville-based company as "the foundation of the modern Moog synthesizer" that "signaled the rebirth of Moog Music" when first released in 2002, this instrument is (more significantly perhaps) the last model ever to have been designed from start to finish by the late Bob Moog himself.

As a sort of farewell present, U.S.-based Minimoog Voyager owners can get 20% off on all Minimoog Voyager upgrades, modifications and calibrations until the end of the year (contact techsupport@moogmusic.com for more information).

The Minimoog Voyager is still available in limited quantities at stocking dealers in Performer and Electric Blue versions while supplies last.

Pricing and availability at www.moogmusic.com/dealers.

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