Moog Sighting?

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Moog Sighting?

Post by DeFrag » Tue Jun 19, 2007 2:10 am

VitaminWater commercial with Kelly Clarkson.. a smiling goon looks over with hands on the object of choice.

It looks like a MiniMoog but I think my untrained eyes deceive me as it has too many knobs. It looks like 3 rows of 4 on the far right but the design is similar. What am I looking at?
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Post by toryjames » Tue Jun 19, 2007 4:46 am

Tonight I saw Jack White playing the red-painted Little Phatty on Conan (filling in for the Clavioline he used on the album). His performance seems to have pissed some folks off in the LP Forum (apparently fans of late 70's keyboard virtuosity).

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Post by Sweep » Tue Jun 19, 2007 7:03 am

bosshog wrote:(apparently fans of late 70's keyboard virtuosity).
And also fans of people with originality and talent, regardless of whether it's the late 70s or now.

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Post by thewaag » Tue Jun 19, 2007 5:18 pm

It looks like a Minimoog Model D to me...with the vinyl face cover removed.

The knobs look to be in the correct spots for a model D....but I don't see the switches. Maybe just because the screen is too small.

The cabinet definitely looks like a Mini D, and so does the flip up "box".

No more comments from me about the Jack White video. I will let Sweep do the talking. :wink:
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Post by writeroxie » Thu Jun 21, 2007 7:51 am

Sweep wrote:And also fans of people with originality and talent, regardless of whether it's the late 70s or now.
I guess he wins for 'originality'. I'd never think to simply bang around on an LP preset like that.

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