https://www.guitarcenter.com/Moog/Grand ... Edition.gc
https://www.musiciansfriend.com/keyboar ... cid=213539
Just when my wife thought I was done buying more synths!
They put them together by hand if I remember correctly. ~ And yes, I think there are grannies working there. xD Moog Grandmother, made by granny with love, and a jar of jam, so you have energy to jam with!
But it works. They still sell original modulars (despite much cheaper clones) and the Voyager wasn't cheap, either. Sometimes the demand for having "the Original" is overwhelming...
It is a bit more than just a name. They do make really great quality products. Perhaps this is still a bit more than I might be willing to spend right now... Places like Musician's Friend offer 20% off coupons every couple of months, so that would bring the price down a bit in the future.
And Guitar Center and Musician's Friend seem to be sold out already. Was only 500. So others will have to wait until sometime after Moogfest. I hope they carry in some stores near me so I can play with it
When I first saw this synth, I thought it might be a shame to not have it be full modular and have the modules be interchangeable. Then I thought, well that would make it more expensive I'm sure, and I doubt I would ever really care to change anything on it. And you can integrate other hardware via patching.O1B wrote: ↑17 May 2018Sold 500 for $900. I can see that.
I can also see building a pretty nice modular for that.
Key step + miniSkiff + Dixie ii+ + STO + dual ADSR. Filter + VCA from Happy Nerding.
Yeah, I’ll pass.
Grandma does Look smaller in when in someone’s hands.
joeyluck wrote: ↑17 May 2018When I first saw this synth, I thought it might be a shame to not have it be full modular and have the modules be interchangeable. Then I thought, well that would make it more expensive I'm sure, and I doubt I would ever really care to change anything on it. And you can integrate other hardware via patching.
I had looked at the Waldorf KB37 in the past. That is just an empty eurorack + keyboard controller for $999 ($100 more than this), just to get started without any modules.
Everything has its market.
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