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Win A 24-Karat Gold Minimoog

No Comments 11 November 2012

Win A 24-Karat Gold Minimoog

Now you can go gold immediately when you get a Minimoog. Moog Music announced the release of the limited edition 10th Anniversary Minimoog Voyager. For a cool $15,000, you can get a 24 Karat gold Voyager, augmented with upper crust materials, with which to massage your oscillators.

Only 31 will be manufactured – 30 will be available for purchase worldwide, and one has been set aside for a VERY lucky winner. Read on for more details, direct from Moog:

“The 10th Anniversary Minimoog Voyager has been carefully dipped in a 24-karat gold finish. The classic wood housing has been neatly dressed in a custom, high gloss, black piano lacquer chosen specifically to accentuate the Japanese Awabi pearl adornment on the sidepieces.

Additional features of the 10th Anniversary Minimoog Voyager include custom translucent knobs, a glowing Moog logo with indigo illumination, gold headphone jack, all black switches, a personalized engraved gold plate, a letter pressed certificate of authenticity, and a hand bound user’s manual.

Moog has created a short video documenting the build process of this precious synthesizer, which can be seen below.

Only five units are available for sale in the United States, with the remaining 25 units spread out across countries around the world.

As a thank you to its customers for making the Minimoog Voyager the best selling analog synthesizer of the last decade, Moog has set aside one of these rare and valuable instruments for one very lucky person to win – details for entry to be announced November 16th. As a specific thank you to Voyager owners, Moog will send ALL registered owners a small gift of gratitude for their amazing support.

Moog is asking all Minimoog Voyager owners to update their registration information at so that they may successfully receive a small gift in the mail. On November 16th, Moog will announce details on how to enter the 10th Anniversary Minimoog Voyager Giveaway.”


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