#1
anyone use a Moog MF-102 Moogerfooger Ring Modulator before? dunno whether or not to get it.
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#2
really? no advice?

pretty please?
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#3
It might be good to make some weird sounds with, but I think it might end up as one of the less frequently used pedals on your board.
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#4
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It might be good to make some weird sounds with, but I think it might end up as one of the less frequently used pedals on your board.


This. I mean I am sure you can find a few practical uses with one, but when it comes down to it, if you use it in every song, it might just get annoying.
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#5
hmm...im not so excited about it anymore. maybe one day ill get around to getting it.
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#6
It's a very very good ring mod, but it's still a ring mod; how often will you use it?
That said, it is a very good ring mod. Satch used one on Borg Sex and that sounded great, and it's capable of any extreme and anywhere between said extremes.
#7
it is a ring mod, but when you keep it on really low settings, it mimics a tremelo. plus they have expression pedal inputs to control each of the knobs.