Bob Moog Foundation Raffling Three Vintage Synths To Help Fund ‘Moogseum’ & Educational Mission

The Bob Moog Foundation has announced its fall raffle, which features three vintage Moog synthesizers.

The Moog Trifecta Raffle marks the first time in the Foundation’s history that it is offering more than one raffle prize. Three fully restored vintage Moog synthesizers are being featured: A Memorymoog, Moog Source, and Moog Rogue will be offered as first, second, and third prizes, respectively.

Funds raised from the raffle will be used to expand the Foundation’s hallmark educational project, Dr. Bob’s SoundSchool, and to help fund its newest project, the Moogseum.

The Moogseum will be located in downtown Asheville, NC. It is expected to open in April 2019, with an online Moogseum to follow later that year.

All three synthesizers were built in Moog Music’s Buffalo, NY factory in the early 1980s, have been fully restored, and are in excellent technical and cosmetic condition with minor flaws typical with vintage instruments.

The raffle ends on September 24th, 2018 at 11:59pm EDT, or when all 5500 tickets sell out, whichever comes first. Tickets are $25 USD each or five for $100 USD. See the BMF site for details.

4 thoughts on “Bob Moog Foundation Raffling Three Vintage Synths To Help Fund ‘Moogseum’ & Educational Mission

  1. Much as I grumble and worry that the Moogseum mandate is a bit too narrow, I’m happy to buy a ticket because these are great odds to win one of three great synths. I’d love to visit the Moogseum in a few years.

  2. Compare the odds to playing the Lotto, which is always like 1 in 250,000,000!

    I look at it as a donation to a good cause, with the added benefit that there’s a small chance I could win an awesome synth.

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