The Mystery Of The First Minimoog Synthesizer

Dave Cornutt, at Sequence15, has an interesting post at his site about the mystery of the first Minimoog synthesizer.

Two synths appear to be contenders for the first Minimoog:

The Eboard Museum in Austria has a unit that they advertise as being S/N #1001. The Audities Foundation owns one that several third parties who have seen or used it claim is #1001 (the Foundation itself made no such claim, which should have been the first clue, but there was a confounding factor which I’ll get to in a moment).

Who’s got the first Minimoog?

Considering the fact that the Minimoog was probably the most influential synth in history, the first one should be worth a fortune.

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