#1
I was looking through my Sweetwater catalog and saw a few Moog pedals that sounded interesting, namely the MF-102, MF-103, and MF-107:

http://www.sweetwater.com/store/search.php?s=moog+pedals&go=Go%21
(For whatever reason, there are some in the catalog that aren't on the website.)

Anyone have an opinion of these- Good, Bad, Indifferent?
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Great, but carry a hefty price, for most people that is.

This.
#5
Their ring mod is indescribable, but so is the cost.

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#6
Ring mod: DO WANT!
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#7
Its not like I'm going to buy them in bulk...if they're worth it (and so far, it seems they are).

Maybe one to three a year.
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#8
Are you going to collect them? Haha, they make good pedals, but not like THE BEST EVER. There are lots of pedals I'd rather have besides Moog stuff.

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#9
depends on your taste. Expensive, but when i comes to Jim Moog effects, price doesnt matter. Those pedals are the holy grail of coolness
#10
Are you going to collect them? Haha, they make good pedals, but not like THE BEST EVER.


Who knows?

After years of playing exclusively with a Korg PX4 and headphones, I'm getting an amp and pedals. IOW, I'm starting to seriously explore "my sound," as it were.

I already scored a 3 Line 6 Tornecore pedals (1 used) and 2 more modules for about $180, and I'm looking around to see what else is out there. Besides adding some more of the ToneCores and grabbing one or more of the Moogs, others on my list for serious consideration are:

T-Rex Michael Angelo Battio Overdrive
http://guitars.musiciansfriend.com/product/TRex-Michael-Angelo-Batio-Overdrive-Guitar-Pedal?sku=151088

Boss RT-20 and RE-20
http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Boss-RT20-Rotary-Speaker-Sound-Processor?sku=151040
http://guitars.musiciansfriend.com/product/Boss-RE20-Space-Echo-DelayReverb-Pedal?sku=152267

Electroharmonix Big Muff Pi and Small Clone Chorus
http://guitars.musiciansfriend.com/product/ElectroHarmonix-USA-Big-Muff-Pi-DistortionSustainer-Pedal?sku=153314
http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product?sku=153312X

Hiwatt Theramin
http://guitars.musiciansfriend.com/product/Hiwatt-EchoTheremin?sku=801177

And some of the Red Witch line
http://www.musiciansfriend.com/navigation?q=red+witch&st=

among others...

And barring a lottery win, obviously not all at the same time or anytime soon.
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#11
Hmm... Are you into ambient/experimental music? I can give you A LOT of info if you are..

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#12
I have a 5000+ CD collection- I listen to everything.

But yeah, Fripp, Summers, Sylvan, Eno, Branca, Hellborg, Belew, Bowie, Laswell, Buckethead, Skopelitis, Kale, CGT and others form a significant portion of my non-metal collection.

While I love metal, I don't see myself as a metal player. Most of my original compositions are built around chord progressions rather than shred, and my preferred tuning is Fripp's NST: C-G-D-A-E-G.
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#13
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I have a 5000+ CD collection- I listen to everything.

But yeah, Fripp, Summers, Sylvan, Eno, Branca, Hellborg, Belew, Bowie, Laswell, Buckethead, Skopelitis, Kale, CGT and others form a significant portion of my non-metal collection.

While I love metal, I don't see myself as a metal player. Most of my original compositions are built around chord progressions rather than shred, and my preferred tuning is Fripp's NST: C-G-D-A-E-G.

Fripp Fan?
Youlle really like Mooger Foogers .

Also if your into the abnormal i plan on deisgning a nifty little pedal.
#14
You might want to give this thread a quick read (second page):

https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1018914&page=2&pp=20

That's mostly less costly effects, but they work great for interesting sounds.

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Also if your into the abnormal i plan on deisgning a nifty little pedal.

ORLY?

What are you thinking?

xwearesinking, thanks for that link- I'll check it out later!
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ORLY?

What are you thinking?

xwearesinking, thanks for that link- I'll check it out later!

A feedback loop in a wah casing so you can control the amount of feedback from, say a distortion pedal, or the like, via a rocking enclosure.

Another pedal is a bypass loop pedal that turns the bypass on and off by itself to a set speed controlled by a knob.

Other ideas in the works after those 2 are designed.
As you can see i like odd pedals you can experiment with.
#17
[BurnTheDusk]- if you really do make your own pedals, you might want to check out post #17 in this thread.


https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1049562&page=1&pp=20

(The slide-to-the-side pedal design I was referring to was the Fender Volume-Tone.)
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