Moog sunsets Moogerfooger effects

It’s time to bid farewell to the idiosyncratic pedals.

Moog Moogerfooger
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After a 20-year production run, Moogerfooger is no more. Parent company Moog has announced that it will retire the line of effects beloved by gearheads, experimental guitarists and synth players.

Although there have been more than 20 Moogerfooger devices over the past two decades, only three remain in production today: the MF-101 Low Pass Filter, MF-102 Ring Modulator and MF-103 12-stage Phaser. All three are voltage-controlled analog effects inspired by original Moog synth modules.

However, you can still get your hands on them—while stocks last, at least. “We will continue building a limited quantity of units here at the Moog Factory while our remaining inventory of parts and materials last,” Moog said.

And as a fitting farewell to the series, Moog has enlisted ambient music composer Colleen to create Variables, an EP that heavily features the textures, sound effects and other eccentric quirks of the Moogerfoogers. Listen to it here:

More information at moogmusic.com.

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