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Scott Rolf
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Product Identification

Post by Scott Rolf » Fri Aug 14, 2015 11:29 pm

I honestly do not know what I have here:
A couple of months ago I purchased from Sweetwater one of the minimoog Voyagers in the Bubinga Wood Bundled with the VX-351 and CP-251(see link)
http://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/VoyagerBBLTD

The one shown on the website says "Electric Blue" under the date screen. Zoom in on one of the photos and you can just make it out.
Ok fine.
However, mine looks identical to this EXCEPT it reads "Select Series" under the data screen.
AND, just to add to the confusion my S/N begins with "EB" (Electric Blue?)

What do I have here?
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Re: Product Identification

Post by MRNUTTY » Sat Aug 15, 2015 10:10 am

It's somekind of cosmetic sweetwater select / electric blue hybrid. It should function like an other Voyager though.
VoyagerEB, Minitaur, LittlePhattyII, 4xSlimPhatty, Sub37, MF[2x101,2x102,103,104M,105,105B,105M,2x107,108M], 3xCP251, XV351, MP201;
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Re: Product Identification

Post by Scott Rolf » Sat Aug 15, 2015 11:18 am

MRNUTTY wrote:It's somekind of cosmetic sweetwater select / electric blue hybrid. It should function like an other Voyager though.
This isn't something Sweetwater made up. It clearly came from the factory this way.
I have an inquiry into moog about it.
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Re: Product Identification

Post by vinnyburns » Sat Aug 15, 2015 12:56 pm

Scott Rolf wrote:
MRNUTTY wrote:It's somekind of cosmetic sweetwater select / electric blue hybrid. It should function like an other Voyager though.
This isn't something Sweetwater made up. It clearly came from the factory this way.
I have an inquiry into moog about it.
He was not saying that. He was saying that the select series were custom order finishes. Sweetwater choose this spec as their custom order finish.
A quick search on Google came up with all the answers in the first couple of listings. Do a search?

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Re: Product Identification

Post by Scott Rolf » Sat Aug 15, 2015 1:27 pm

vinnyburns wrote:
Scott Rolf wrote:
MRNUTTY wrote:It's somekind of cosmetic sweetwater select / electric blue hybrid. It should function like an other Voyager though.
This isn't something Sweetwater made up. It clearly came from the factory this way.
I have an inquiry into moog about it.
He was not saying that. He was saying that the select series were custom order finishes. Sweetwater choose this spec as their custom order finish.
A quick search on Google came up with all the answers in the first couple of listings. Do a search?
My apologies.
I guess I was entering the wrong search criteria.
Thank you.
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Re: Product Identification

Post by vinnyburns » Sat Aug 15, 2015 6:53 pm

Scott Rolf wrote:
vinnyburns wrote:
Scott Rolf wrote:
MRNUTTY wrote:It's somekind of cosmetic sweetwater select / electric blue hybrid. It should function like an other Voyager though.
This isn't something Sweetwater made up. It clearly came from the factory this way.
I have an inquiry into moog about it.
He was not saying that. He was saying that the select series were custom order finishes. Sweetwater choose this spec as their custom order finish.
A quick search on Google came up with all the answers in the first couple of listings. Do a search?
My apologies.
I guess I was entering the wrong search criteria.
Thank you.
No problem at all. You have a nice Voyager package there :-)

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