Moog - The Source 80's Monophonic Analogue Synthesiser - 240V
The Source, not only does it look cool, it also sounds great! The Source was release by Moog in 1981. It is a mono synth and was the first Moog to ever feature patch memory. It has 16 places to save your own sounds, as well as a simple sequencer and arpeggiator, as two fat analog oscillators and the legendary 24 dB Moog filter.
• This is a used unit.
• This unit has had a thorough service and clean. It has since been tested and we can confirm it works and sounds as great as it should!
• This unit is physically in good condition for a 40 year old synth. It shows some general, minor wear such as many small nicks and scratches on the silver section of the synth. The membrane panel is clean and bright. The walnut side panels also show some small nicks and scratches. Please see photos for further details.
• This unit is 240V. This means it is ready to plug and play within Australia. Overseas buyers may need to use a step-up transformer.
• This sale is for The Source unit only. Nothing else is included in this sale.
Polyphony - Monophonic
Oscillators - 2 VCO's with sawtooth, triangle, and pulse (narrow/square) waveforms
LFO - Square or Triangle
Filter - 24 dB/oct lowpass w/ cutoff, emphasis, A/D/S envelope
VCA - Attack, Decay, Sustain
Keyboard - 32 keys
Date Produced - 1979 - 1984
International import tax, duty, vat, custom fees or any other charges are not covered by us, nor included in the shipping fees. These are the responsibility of the buyer.
Returns will only be accepted for manufacture defects / faulty items. Please contact us if you have any problems with your purchase and we will strive to work it out with you.
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