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Vintage Moog Model D Minimoog for sale. Fully disassembled, cleaned inside and out, meticulously serviced over many hours, sparing no expense, to be better than others you may see on the market and working perfectly, unlike most. No BS or excuses typical of vintage synth sales these days. We are perfectionists here and do not cut corners.
The Minimoog shown here was sold but we have another we can prepare for sale. Please email if interested.
Here's what was done to the last Minimoog to make it better than others you may find. The next minimoog will receive similar treatment but probably not exactly the same work:
Fully stripped down, cleaned inside and out.
All switches cleaned.
All jacks cleaned.
Opened, cleaned and lubed all pots.
Replaced jones connector plugs.
Replaced some screws with new ones.
Cleaned bus bars and spring contacts. Lubed.
Removed and installed new neon lamp.
Replaced important trim pots.
Keyboard bushings were replaced recently and are in good shape.
Adjusted VCA 1 and 2 for DC offset.
Calibrated all VCOs.
Here's a video featuring one of the Minimoogs we've sold:
We buy, sell, repair and trade vintage Minimoog synthesizers.
The Minimoog is the quintessential analog monosynth. Best known for its beefy bass and funky lead lines, the Mini-moog can make lots of other analog sounds - from musical to sound effects. The Mini has such a smooth, fat and powerful sound that nearly every modern virtual analog synth tries to sound like it. This Minimoog we're offering here and now is the real deal. A VINTAGE Model D which will only go up in value, unlike some new piece of gear which will only drop in price once the new improved version comes out. Anyway, the Minimoog is probably the most revolutionary and popular synthesizer of all time. Its sweet sound can be heard all over music from the 70s to today. Notable Mini users are: Kraftwerk, Parliament / P-Funk (and lots of Dr. Dre productions), Depeche Mode, Keith Emerson, Devo, Vince Clarke, Bernie Worrell, Steve Winwood, Jan Hammer, David Frank, Geoff Downes, Gary Wright, Herbie Hancock, Gary Numan, Rick Wakeman, etc..... Frankly, almost all of the synth players of the 70s used at least one of these and most of the players since then who love analog synths have a Mini around as well. If you need a vintage synth, dont mess around - just buy this Mini and be done with it. (Well, vintage synths are a hard habit to shake, so once youre happy with this Mini, let me know and I will hook you up with some other choice vintage gear) :)