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Moog Lap Steel Video

Post by EricK » Mon Dec 06, 2010 1:49 am

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Re: Moog Lap Steel Video

Post by Bryan T » Fri Dec 10, 2010 7:55 pm

Awesome! I think this will be my next instrument.

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Re: Moog Lap Steel Video

Post by Voltor07 » Mon Dec 13, 2010 4:11 am

I'd love one! Except, I'll be broke for a while. Then there's the .com modular, the theremin, and the multitude of Slim Phattys and rack cases I want...before I can even THINK about buying this! BTW...anyone know of cheap rack cases? The ones I keep finding are either overkill, or too expensive...
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Re: Moog Lap Steel Video

Post by Sweep » Mon Dec 13, 2010 4:30 am

Great. It actually sounds musical, which is more than I can say for most of the demos of the Moog Guitar, which still sounds like a processed guitar when it sounds good at all, or simply sounds like crap to me in every demo I've heard so far. This has real potential, I think.
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Re: Moog Lap Steel Video

Post by Sir Nose » Mon Dec 13, 2010 1:32 pm

Voltor07 wrote:I'd love one! Except, I'll be broke for a while. Then there's the .com modular, the theremin, and the multitude of Slim Phattys and rack cases I want...before I can even THINK about buying this! BTW...anyone know of cheap rack cases? The ones I keep finding are either overkill, or too expensive...
If it's for a studio and not for gigging, build your own. Buy a set of rails so the you don't have to worry about threads and vertical spacing. Build a case or find a piece of ikea type furniture that has the correct dimensions. By far the cheapest and most sturdy way, if they are not going to be moved a lot.

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Re: Moog Lap Steel Video

Post by Voltor07 » Mon Dec 13, 2010 5:07 pm

Sir Nose wrote:
Voltor07 wrote:I'd love one! Except, I'll be broke for a while. Then there's the .com modular, the theremin, and the multitude of Slim Phattys and rack cases I want...before I can even THINK about buying this! BTW...anyone know of cheap rack cases? The ones I keep finding are either overkill, or too expensive...
If it's for a studio and not for gigging, build your own. Buy a set of rails so the you don't have to worry about threads and vertical spacing. Build a case or find a piece of ikea type furniture that has the correct dimensions. By far the cheapest and most sturdy way, if they are not going to be moved a lot.
I thought about that route. But I was most concerned about the particle board warping...like on my bookshelf. I'll look into this option again. Thanks! :)
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