Just unboxed from the studio's storage shelves is a blast from the past - a Moog modulation and pitch controller pedal from the original age of analog synthesis. It's been a long while since I sold my Minimoog Model D - thirty-three years to be precise! (I actually sold the Mini and my Voyetra 8 in late 1989 to pay for my honeymoon. My bride's still amazing to me, so I do not regret the choice :).

The pictures give a clear and clean detail of the various sides. The are some original factory jack spaces labeled volume and balance, but these have never been populated by the manufacturer. Just above the modulation and pitch jacks are also labeled for Amp and Instr., so perhaps some knowledgeable party can chime in.

A pair of Allen Bradley pots are within the beautiful beast and they're wired to a pair of TRS 1/4" jacks as shown. The pot case reads JDIN200P503U, 50K Ohms, and Type J. All very clean and resistive values change when you rock the pedal. The four screw-on rubber feet keep the bottom plate attached.

Part of a lifetime collection of musical tools & toys. I took the photos in harsh, bright lights to expose anything that could be captured in picture.

We really take care of our gear.

The pictures show you exactly what you’ll get: a beautiful vintage pedal. It's in very good condition to my eyes - but for the finish scratches and minor blemishes it would be excellent. She's lived the last years of her life carefully stored in the studio. There will be no surprises! For shipping, our packing is compulsively comprehensive, so it will arrive exactly as shown - just read our reviews.

If you want or need more photos, just let me know. I'm new to Reverb but have been in the industry for 40+ years and will gladly provide references.

As to shipping, everything gets safely and securely packed and almost always ships by the next business day. I *do my very best* to ship same day whenever humanly possible, because I appreciate getting my purchases quickly, too! Also, I love receiving well-packed gear, so that's how I always try to pack for you. Tracking information will be provided as soon as it’s generated by Reverb's shipping label system. Likewise, we anticipate immediate payments when agreeing to buy our items (unless you’ve made prior arrangements beforehand).

If you're in the Nashville area, please come by the studio to see the pedal for yourself.

As with all our electronics, we’re offering this as described and as is, no returns. It’s just as reliably and accurately described as all the other endless music gear I've sold on Reverb - like the Langevin, Vintech, UA, John Hardy, Manley, Hammond, Leslie, Neumann, Blue, Lexicon, Sunn, Roland, Korg, Moog, and Waldorf gear that went to happy, new owners - plus a whole lot more!

This vintage pedal is among the *hundreds* of unusual recording, synth, guitar, bass, and electronic items our studio will soon be posting. Check out our comprehensive gear list on our website for upcoming hints.

Thanks for looking. Please shout if we can help in any way whatsoever!


-Mark at PlethoraTone


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Listeda year ago
ConditionVery Good (Used)
Very Good items may show a few slight marks or scratches but are fully functional and in overall great shape.Learn more
Brand
Model
  • Analog Synthesizer Continuous Controller Pedal
Categories
Year
  • 1970s
Made In
  • United States

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PlethoraTone

Brentwood, TN, United States
Sales:244
Joined Reverb:2021

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