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Thread [News] Moog Guitar Shipping

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kon-tiki

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1 Posted on 09/17/2008 at 09:56:59
Less than three months after its auspicious debut at Summer NAMM in Nashville, Moog Music has begun shipping The Moog Guitar to enthusiastic recipients on five continents.

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TheStratGuy

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2 Posted on 09/21/2008 at 09:13:14

Quote: orders in excess of $1.3 million


For a guitar priced around 6500, it's a little over 200 instruments ordered... not bad at all, considering the price range and the fact that it's so new. Not sure it will become as widely popular as they seem to hope, though...
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3 Posted on 12/08/2008 at 09:56:41
I'm impressed by this guitar ! I'm just trying to
find out, how the moog guitar sounds with chrunch or distortion
amps settings. I mean pickup frequency characteristics and dynamics compared with classic single coil or humbucker pickups. I read on the Moog Guitar page the description about the pickups sound compared to classical ones, but I did'nt found much of those sound demos to get an impression ...

:8O:

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