Moog Grandmother


#102

Look is irrelevant. But I’m fairly sure it’s built like a Bentley.

Buy Behringer, it’s all good. There is a place for all of us.


#103

I’ll only wear a Sound Transform Systems m-class pyramid patch on my jacket.


#104

I’m trying to get down to MoogFest to pick one up. I live in Charlotte. I’ll let you know if I manage to get one.


#105

Deal !!!


#107

One and the same? Man, that’s quality :smiley:


#108

No, I would grow out of them every other year. The most recent one is about two years old. I’m now the size of a Bentley and worth every damn penny. Grandma used to say, “Haw! They don’t make 'em like they used to!” Same goes with the jackets, I suppose.


#109

A denim jacket is timeless. I once found a Jack Daniels denim jacket in a second hand store. I made a vest out of it and it’s covered with Hardcore/Punk patches.

When I die, I wanna lay down in the coffin with that vest on.


#110

It’s perfect for our future hipster like living room in Berlin, my wife will love it! :quirky:


#111

I’m not really a fan of slayer but when I see a slayer patch on a denim jacket I feel like screaming “Slayer”! No one has posted this jacket yet maybe in a couple of days. Slayer!


#112

Is this a one-size-fits-all jacket or something? How does one make sure they get the right size that fits them?


#113

Well, Moog did something right. It’s got everybody in every medium talking about it.


#114

Like Behringer :joy:


#116

If im going to spend $1000 for a keyboard to interact with modular/semimodular, it’ll be this:


#117

That’s another option for sure.

Then again, wouldn’t it be cool to discover that each of the modules on the Grandmother will be available individually? I don’t expect it to happen, but for every person new to modular who is not sure to begin, the Grandmother presents a solid foundation for a modular system, rather than just a disparate collection of wacky modules.

I’d get into eurorack if I could buy two of those granny ADSRs.


#118

I like slayer!


#119

Had a frost washed denim jacket with fake fur lining in the 80s, which I haven’t quite recovered from. Not cool, even now.


#120

One day maybe, just keep wearing it. It is the only way to make it fashionable :diddly:


#121

I got to admit it is pretty cool device. :slight_smile: Moog sure knows how to make marketing videos that make their synths look appealing.


#122

Here you can see all the modules and In&Outs and listen to the Sound:


#123

It’s clear by the Youtube channel, as well as in every single frame of the video that Guitar Center produced that video, not Moog Music. Moog makes the appealing synths. They just can’t help themselves. Guitar Center is a music store chain that markets and sells them.