The Official Moogseum Reverb Shop Is Open

Photos courtesy of the Moogseum.

In May 2019 when the Moogseum opened its doors, the world witnessed the birth of a unique museum dedicated to one of the most important synthesizer pioneers in music history. The Moogseum not only brings the inventor’s legacy to life, but it inspires attendees with custom interactive exhibits that illuminate the intersection of science, music, creativity, and innovation.

Today, you can benefit the Moogseum by picking up a piece of gear from The Official Moogseum Reverb Shop.

To date, 20,000 people, from around the world have visited the Moogseum. The innovative attraction, located in downtown Asheville, North Carolina, provides opportunities for children and adults to explore history, music, culture, sound, circuitry, synthesis, and more.

All the gear in The Official Moogseum Reverb Shop came by way of donations to the organization; all profits will go back into the foundation.

Some of the gear in the shop includes:

Arp OMNI Korg DW-8000 Korg DS-8 Ibanez AD-230 UA Apollo Twin MKII Thunderbolt DUO Core
  • An ARP Odyssey owned by Michael Whalen—a composer with over 650 television and film scores and thousands of advertising jingles to his name, including several Disney short films.
  • Several pieces of recording gear owned by Rick Allen.
  • A KORG DS-8, used to program many of KORG’s factory sounds.
  • A KORG DW-8000, which was the instrument that IK Multimedia sampled for its virtual instrument, the Syntronik 2 MAX. (The KW-8000 virtual synth is exclusively made up of samples from this specific unit.)
  • An Ibanez AD-230 analog delay/multi-flanger, a device made famous by Jerry Garcia and Bob Weir of the Grateful Dead, Steve Miller, and more.

Head over to The Official Moogseum Reverb Shop now and pick up some new gear while benefiting youth education.

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