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Re: Very interesting from Sweetwater

Postby EricK » Tue Nov 06, 2012 4:23 pm

That one shot where they are wiping off the top where the jacks are.......very slowly....it is porn...i laughed so hard.

I like the cabinet and the inlay looks nice now that I have seen some better shots. I would have rather seen this video first rather than the artist's rendering.

I love the music on the video.
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Re: Very interesting from Sweetwater

Postby _DemonDan_ » Tue Nov 06, 2012 4:37 pm

Kenneth wrote:I don't get it, why is this a "gift to Voyager owners"?
Don't they know we already have Voyagers?

Hi Kenneth,

It's a good habit to read first and post second (in that order).

"To show our gratitude, all registered Minimoog Voyager owners will
recieve a small gift for joining us on our ten year voyage."
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Re: Very interesting from Sweetwater

Postby Kenneth » Tue Nov 06, 2012 4:47 pm

_DemonDan_ wrote:
Kenneth wrote:I don't get it, why is this a "gift to Voyager owners"?
Don't they know we already have Voyagers?

Hi Kenneth,

It's a good habit to read first and post second (in that order).

"To show our gratitude, all registered Minimoog Voyager owners will
recieve a small gift for joining us on our ten year voyage."

I didn't mean the "small gift", I thought maybe they were entering registered Voyager owners into a drawing to win a 10th anniversary edition. Beside that, I was being facetious. Thanks for the advice though.
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Re: Very interesting from Sweetwater

Postby EricK » Tue Nov 06, 2012 5:32 pm

I got the impression from their facebook page that "30 would be made but there would be one lucky winner."

So it at least seems they are giving one away or someone will at least have a "golden opportunity".
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Re: Very interesting from Sweetwater

Postby Vsyevolod » Thu Nov 08, 2012 3:19 pm

I got the impression from their website that 31 would be made, one of them given away. Maybe because that's exactly what they said? :P

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Re: Very interesting from Sweetwater

Postby miditerranean » Thu Nov 08, 2012 5:22 pm

I wonder what the "small gift" will be? They never did send me a sticker they said they would after I registered my Voyager.
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Re: Very interesting from Sweetwater

Postby Kenneth » Thu Nov 08, 2012 6:10 pm

miditerranean wrote:I wonder what the "small gift" will be? They never did send me a sticker they said they would after I registered my Voyager.

Likewise. I think Moog possibly harbors some cruelty toward Minnesotans? :lol:
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Re: Very interesting from Sweetwater

Postby Vsyevolod » Fri Nov 09, 2012 4:28 pm

I got my sticker after registering my Voyager. It only took about 4 months.

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Re: Very interesting from Sweetwater

Postby misterpete » Sun Dec 23, 2012 11:38 pm

Well gee, you could just throw a dustcover on it, or put on a pair of shades ~ but if you folks don't want the golden 'bling' voyager~please just send it up here to me ~ I'm quite sure I'll find a way to put it to good use! :D — Right beside my good old electric blue and brand new white xl 8)
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I just got my new limited edition White XL (ser# 0507) * from Sweetwater.

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*Does anybody know what that Serial number signifies? ~ is it the 507th XL or the 507th white one?
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Re: Very interesting from Sweetwater

Postby Kenneth » Fri Jan 11, 2013 10:16 pm

misterpete wrote:*Does anybody know what that Serial number signifies? ~ is it the 507th XL or the 507th white one?

Probably 507th XL. I can't imagine those rolling off the production line.
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Re: Very interesting from Sweetwater

Postby misterpete » Sat Jan 12, 2013 11:51 pm

Yes! ~ that's correct it's the 507th XL and the 7th White XL one according to Perry

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misterpete wrote:*Does anybody know what that Serial number signifies? ~ is it the 507th XL or the 507th white one?

Probably 507th XL. I can't imagine those rolling off the production line.
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