Moog Introduces New Minifooger Pedals

US Minifooger line gets flanger and chorus analog effects and new look      27/03/15

Moog Introduces New Minifooger Pedals


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Moog Music has announced the official release of two new Minifooger Analog Effects pedals, as well as a new look for the entire Minifooger family.  Joining the existing Minifooger line are two new analog effects: the MF Chorus Bucket Brigade Time Modulator and the MF Flange Bucket Brigade Harmonic Manipulator.

Though the look has changed, Minifoogers are still hand-built in Asheville, NC.  Each unit is housed in a compact, cast aluminum enclosure and features a 100% analog signal path, true bypass switching, optional battery power, and a single expression pedal input providing hands-free control over one specified paramter within each unit.

In the video above, Gwar guitarist, Pustulus Maximus, explores the sonic expanses of the new Minifooger MF Chorus (Bucket Brigade Time Modulator) and MF Flange (Bucket Brigade Harmonic Manipulator). Each Minifooger is assembled by hand at the Moog factory in downtown Ashville, NC in a rugged, cast aluminum enclosure and features a 100% analog signal path, true bypass design, optional battery power, and a single expression pedal input that provides hands-free control of one specified parameter for under $200 a piece.



Recording Chain:
Chorus
2x Orange TH-30 heads
2x Orange 2x12 open back cabinets
2x Blue Dragonly condenser microphones
1x Lauten Atlantis
Apogee Quartet interface.

Flange
2x Orange TH-30 heads
2x Orange 2x12 open back cabinets
2x Blue Dragonly condenser microphones
1x Blue Mouse
TAC Matchless Console
Apogee Symphony I/O

No EQ or Compression has been applied to the audio in the video.

Pricing and Availability:
Minifooger Analog Effects are available at authorized Moog dealers worldwide.  The MF Chorus is available in-store now.  The MF Flange is expected to begin shipping this June.

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