#2
It's amazing, but only get it if you either A) have a shitload of money to spend on an effect that won't get a ton of use or B) love ringmod more than life itself.

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#3
It's a fairly niche effect which isn't used that often. Unless you have a disposable income don't get it(it's also massive). If you do want a ring mod tho, get a E-HX ring thing it is better(smaller, less expensive, more usable features.)
#4
Yes I have. I still think it's a relatively niche effect.... at the end of the day it's still a ring mod. Doesn't mean I don't love it

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#5
Its great. I think its better suited for a synth rather than guitar. If you are looking for a ringmod in general, there are some amazing ones cheaper than the MF. The MF is very versatile though and is excellent for tone sculpting as well as a standalone ring mod.
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#6
One ring modulator to rule them all...

As has been pointed out, the range of sounds you can achieve from the Moog is remarkable, whereas a simpler, cheaper unit is more of a one-trick pony. If you don't mind the price, go with the Moog.
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#7
I was able to get the MF for about 2/3 of its normal price so it was a good deal to me. It fits well in my rig since it takes the place of a few pedals at once (albeit does the ring mod the best). It has a nice overall warming effect that's been noticeable on every amp I've played it on. It can also boost your signal, making for a bit of overdrive if you have a tube amp. At lower settings the tremolo is also very nice, and you can create -- for lack of a better way of describing it -- a triggered/velocity sensitive tremolo, ie the louder the sound the faster the tremolo. It's great for making original sounds/bells/chimes and adding flavour to your sound. Get it if you like experimenting.
#8
If you look at the pedalboard in my sig youll see I use a Ring Thing instead. Its better and does a lot more, and with the tune function is a lot more useful in a live scenario.

You can pull off the Frequency analyzer sounds, as well as tremolo and vibrato effects and more. I use it to ticken up my tone for eerie clean parts mostly. Its a beautiful sound if used correctly