Moog MicroMoog vintage monophonic analog synthesizer 1970s

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Moog MicroMoog w Flight Case and manual

Year: 1970s

Origin: USA

Power requirements: 120v attached power cable

Modifications: None

Operational Condition: Fully-Functioning

Cosmetic Condition: Excellent condition with some dings and scratches on the casing and the controls. Two of the keys are ever so slightly uneven from the others but it is only noticeable if  you sight them straight on and not when you're in normal playing position, The keys all operate fine. The ribbon controller has a slight wrinkle or something in (we've never seen a MicroMoog without a blemish on the ribbon controller. They all seem to have them) but it works just fine. Overall condition is an 8.5 out of 10.

Case: Case is a great fit and is in excellent shape. It has Moog sticker on it. Manual is original and cool but the ring binding has come off and the pages are loose.

Description (from Vintage Synth Explorer's site)

It's a tiny Moog. But don't underestimate it. Sure, it's just a single-oscillator mono-synth, designed as a budget performance Moog. But it's an inexpensive alternative to the MiniMoog. In fact, it is often used as just a stand-alone filter processor since it has a filter that is virtually identical to the one found in the Minimoog, and it accepts external sounds for processing through itself (all at a fraction of the price for a Mini)! It also employs a ribbon controller (which was a cool new feature) for pitch bending. Notice that there are still plenty of knobs to give you access to the shape of your sounds!

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