The Bob Moog Foundation – a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation of the work of synth pioneer Bob Moog – has announced that they are holding a raffle to give away a vintage Memorymoog synthesizer.
Proceeds from the raffle will benefit the Foundation’s educational and historic preservation initiatives.
The Memorymoog is a rare beast – boasting 6-voice polyphony, with three VCO’s per voice, a massive 18-oscillator unison mode, 100 patch memory, an arpeggiator and more.
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Here’s what the Foundation has to say about this specific instrument:
The vintage Memorymoog being offered, serial number 2626 was built at Moog Music’s Cheektowaga, NY factory in the mid-80s and is valued in excess of $6,500.
It is in excellent technical condition and has been meticulously serviced by respected vintage synth specialists Tone Tweakers. There are minor imperfections on the wood and metal that one would expect from a vintage instrument, otherwise it is in very good physical condition.
Tickets to enter the raffle are $25 each, 5 for $100 or 10 for $200. You can purchase them via the Foundation site.