About This Listing

This item is for sale at this price for our Rosen Sound LLC 10 year anniversary sale. On 2/10/24, the price will be raised. Thank you for your support over the last 10 years!

Thank you for checking out this Rosen Sound listing. If you have not heard of us before, we are the USA's #1 destination for professional grade analog synthesizer restoration, rentals, & sales. You can check us out online by googling our business name. You can also come by our showroom if you’re local to our brick & mortar location (with an appointment).


General Info: Unless expressly noted, everything we sell is fully restored by our team of professionals in our facility in Burbank, California, a real place you can visit and shake hands with the very people providing this expert service.A restoration will generally include first preventative maintenance and expected maintenance in respects to our experience with each specific instrument. Next, all functional issues are repaired neatly and using only high quality and authentic parts. We do not use surplus or parts of unverifiable origin. All parts come from legitimate distributors or our in house stock of parts hich includes hard to find NOS parts and clean pulls. We also are makers of things like factory style midi retrofits and adapters that are used by techs worldwide and in our restorations to bring the maximum functionality and firmware to what we sell. 


Description: For your consideration is decent condition Moog Prodigy monophonic analog synthesizer.

This unit has been serviced and fully cleaned out. It has indeed been recapped and has been fully calibrated.

Pricing: We price our items considerably higher on reverb than we would on a direct sale basis because of Reverb’s high sellers fees. Do with that info what you will.


Why Vintage? First, yes, vintage synths sound better. Vintage synths still represent the pinnacle of synthesizer instrument craftsmanship in our experience. They have lasted 40+ years now and will be repairable well into the future since most parts are standard parts and rare proprietary parts are becoming available again by reissue or equivalent function circuitry. Also, vintage instruments tend to hold their value better than newer instruments, which is an important thing to consider before spending thousands of dollars on something that can and will become non functional and non repairable one day. New synthesizers are generally made to meet a price point and strict regulation, and thusly end up being mostly made of plastic, built by tiny robot arms, and contain CPU’s, PLC’s, & DAC’s with unrecoverable proprietary coding, not to mention the arduous process of repair if you can even get the programmed parts. There’s a reason modern manufacturers are still basing their designs and reissues on vintage synths. It’s because the old stuff is the best stuff. Buy the genuine article, not the copy!


Warranty: All synthesizers we sell are backed by our generous lifetime warranty against work related defects. This means if there are problems down the line with the synthesizer in respects to the works we performed, we will more than happily help you to get you back up and running. Please note however that all sales are final.


Shipping: Our shipping team are packing pros and have been shipping large and heavy synthesizers for over 20 years. Careful attention is given to each machine to ensure a safe journey to its new home. No expense is spared while packing yet we also ensure opening the box is not a frustrating experience. 
We offer free CONUS shipping if you are able to pick it up from your closest major airport (easier than you'd imagine). If you require shipping, we will bill you after the fact the true cost of shipping. We do not charge handling fees on items we sell.
For international shipping, we charge a rate of $200 via reverb, however if it is more you will be billed for it, and if it is less, refunded.If any questions, do message us. We appreciate you checking out our listings!

Listed7 months ago
Condition
Brand
Model
  • Prodigy 32-Key Monophonic Analog Synthesizer
Finish
  • Black
Categories
Year
  • 1979 - 1984
Made In
  • United States
Keyboard Action
  • Synth Action
Number of Keys
  • 32 Keys
Analog / Digital
  • Analog
Polyphony
  • 1 Voice
Key Size
  • Full Size

About the Seller

Rosen Sound LLC

Burbank, CA, United States
(92)
Joined Reverb:2015
Items Sold:74
Product Overview
In the late ‘70s and early ‘80s, the Moog Prodigy was one of the most popular analog monophonic synthesizers on the market. And over the last four decades, its allure has hardly faded. With two VCOs (one with sawtooth, triangle, and square waves; the other a pulse waveform with sawtooth, triangle, and square), a Voltage Controlled Filter, and a Voltage Controlled Amplifier with a three-stage (ADR) envelope, the Prodigy can do everything from velvety flutes to more aggressive electronic sounds.
Shop 19 options from $1,194
Product Reviews
Moog Prodigy Analog Synthesizer - Pro Serviced
Moog Prodigy Analog Synthesizer - Pro Serviced
$2,200

About This Listing

This item is for sale at this price for our Rosen Sound LLC 10 year anniversary sale. On 2/10/24, the price will be raised. Thank you for your support over the last 10 years!

Thank you for checking out this Rosen Sound listing. If you have not heard of us before, we are the USA's #1 destination for professional grade analog synthesizer restoration, rentals, & sales. You can check us out online by googling our business name. You can also come by our showroom if you’re local to our brick & mortar location (with an appointment).


General Info: Unless expressly noted, everything we sell is fully restored by our team of professionals in our facility in Burbank, California, a real place you can visit and shake hands with the very people providing this expert service.A restoration will generally include first preventative maintenance and expected maintenance in respects to our experience with each specific instrument. Next, all functional issues are repaired neatly and using only high quality and authentic parts. We do not use surplus or parts of unverifiable origin. All parts come from legitimate distributors or our in house stock of parts hich includes hard to find NOS parts and clean pulls. We also are makers of things like factory style midi retrofits and adapters that are used by techs worldwide and in our restorations to bring the maximum functionality and firmware to what we sell. 


Description: For your consideration is decent condition Moog Prodigy monophonic analog synthesizer.

This unit has been serviced and fully cleaned out. It has indeed been recapped and has been fully calibrated.

Pricing: We price our items considerably higher on reverb than we would on a direct sale basis because of Reverb’s high sellers fees. Do with that info what you will.


Why Vintage? First, yes, vintage synths sound better. Vintage synths still represent the pinnacle of synthesizer instrument craftsmanship in our experience. They have lasted 40+ years now and will be repairable well into the future since most parts are standard parts and rare proprietary parts are becoming available again by reissue or equivalent function circuitry. Also, vintage instruments tend to hold their value better than newer instruments, which is an important thing to consider before spending thousands of dollars on something that can and will become non functional and non repairable one day. New synthesizers are generally made to meet a price point and strict regulation, and thusly end up being mostly made of plastic, built by tiny robot arms, and contain CPU’s, PLC’s, & DAC’s with unrecoverable proprietary coding, not to mention the arduous process of repair if you can even get the programmed parts. There’s a reason modern manufacturers are still basing their designs and reissues on vintage synths. It’s because the old stuff is the best stuff. Buy the genuine article, not the copy!


Warranty: All synthesizers we sell are backed by our generous lifetime warranty against work related defects. This means if there are problems down the line with the synthesizer in respects to the works we performed, we will more than happily help you to get you back up and running. Please note however that all sales are final.


Shipping: Our shipping team are packing pros and have been shipping large and heavy synthesizers for over 20 years. Careful attention is given to each machine to ensure a safe journey to its new home. No expense is spared while packing yet we also ensure opening the box is not a frustrating experience. 
We offer free CONUS shipping if you are able to pick it up from your closest major airport (easier than you'd imagine). If you require shipping, we will bill you after the fact the true cost of shipping. We do not charge handling fees on items we sell.
For international shipping, we charge a rate of $200 via reverb, however if it is more you will be billed for it, and if it is less, refunded.If any questions, do message us. We appreciate you checking out our listings!

Listed7 months ago
Condition
Brand
Model
  • Prodigy 32-Key Monophonic Analog Synthesizer
Finish
  • Black
Categories
Year
  • 1979 - 1984
Made In
  • United States
Keyboard Action
  • Synth Action
Number of Keys
  • 32 Keys
Analog / Digital
  • Analog
Polyphony
  • 1 Voice
Key Size
  • Full Size

About the Seller

Rosen Sound LLC

Burbank, CA, United States
(92)
Joined Reverb:2015
Items Sold:74
Product Overview
In the late ‘70s and early ‘80s, the Moog Prodigy was one of the most popular analog monophonic synthesizers on the market. And over the last four decades, its allure has hardly faded. With two VCOs (one with sawtooth, triangle, and square waves; the other a pulse waveform with sawtooth, triangle, and square), a Voltage Controlled Filter, and a Voltage Controlled Amplifier with a three-stage (ADR) envelope, the Prodigy can do everything from velvety flutes to more aggressive electronic sounds.
Shop 19 options from $1,194
Product Reviews

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