Beautiful Sights & Sounds of the Minimoog Model D, Re-Released After 30 Years @moogfest
Moogfest begins today and one on-site highlight will be the re-release of the Minimoog Model D, seen – and heard – in the video below. I’m digging the assembly shots, and great to get a glimpse at the love and care that goes into each synth they assemble.
After more than 30 years, the Minimoog Model D returns with a pilot-production run at Moogfest 2016 in Durham, NC. Handcrafted in the Moog Pop-Up Factory, the pilot-production units built during the festival will only be available for purchase on-site in the Moog Store by Guitar Center.
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Great, so no one will be able to buy and but we get to read about how limited and how cool it is. Whatever
Units can be purchased on-site – it says that above. I won’t be there, I won’t get one, but I am excited at this device’s re-release and place in synth history.