Vintage Moog SynthesizersBuying Guide

Explore the synthesizers of the 1970s and '80s that made Moog a household name.

Moog synthesizers are undoubtedly the most famous synthesizers ever built, all beginning in the 1960s, when the company started building experimental modular synthesizers so large and complicated that they took up entire rooms.

Eventually, throughout the 1970s and '80s, Moog made its name as a leading brand making an array of wonderful music-making products for professional working musicians. But what exactly were those instruments that made Moog what we know it as today? Scroll through the guide below to take a chronological journey through that classic Moog era and see the products that made the brand.

Moog Synths of the 1970s

From the Moog Minimoog Model D to the Moog Prodigy.

Moog Synths of the 1980s

Hits from the Moog Opus 3 to the Moog Memorymoog.

Editors, Presets, Patches, and Manuals

Explore a variety of materials to learn more about how to use these classic synths,

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