“The Item: MOOG Multimoog Synthesizer Super Rare
Rarely seen on eBay, a very rare two oscillator Moog Synthesizer from 1979.
This Synthesizer has some stuck keys and needs work to function as it did. It is not functioning 100%.
Do not Bid on this unless you know what this is and how to get it working again, or know a technician who can work on it.
See photos of actual synth you are bidding on. The Moog was made around 1979. Very rare, have not seen one of these on eBay.
I made a video to show the actual Moog in action. As you can see and hear, all functions work, but some of the keys don’t always trigger notes. I am not sure, but I think it is just a triggering problem with the keys. The oscillators and filters and amps all seem to work 100%, nothing weird there.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BZcGcLClBP8 = link to video of This Multimoog made today.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ivI8bylws7g = link to This Multimoog made after serviced by technician.
Physically the Moog is in fantastic shape. No major scratches or dings. It looks like it wasn’t used very much at all. All knobs and keys and sliders are working and original. None of the pots aka potentiometers aka knobs are loose or sticky or noisy.
Bottom of Moog is some kind of particle board-ish wood that is flaking off at one corner, see photos. This is the only part of the Moog that might need attention as the wood is over 30 years old and it looks like wood rot or something, luckily it’s just on the one corner.
No original box no manual no power cord what you see is what you get.
The sounds that this makes are beyond amazing. 100% analog. The pitch wheel and ribbon work 100% and really make this expressive. It has two oscillators which can be mixed and a ‘doubling’ knob that also sends another note one or two octaves lower.
This also has assignable aftertouch. Pressing a key after initial press can trigger pitch, or sample and hold or whatever you assign it to. Endless sounds.
Repeating: This syntheisizer is semi-working and needs service by a technician who knows old analog synths.” Auction ended. Click here to browse on eBay.