Tuesday, August 16, 2016
One of a Kind Prototype Green Moog Little Phatty Stage II SN 9931
via this auction
This is the Green Little Phatty in the video below. More pics follow after the video.
"Moog Little Phatty Stage II Plus Green. This is a one of a kind prototype. The only one out there with the white Moog logo instead of the black (they called those Toxic Phatty's and they were a limited run.) Not modded or customized, this is from the factory. This seems to be the 'test' model to see which color worked best for that limited run of Toxic Phattys. Has all the stage two options, CV in and out, plus the lighted mod wheel with LFO rate flashing. Gorgeous green lights on the front and that sweet green with white logo back plate. Comes with original box, original manual and power cord. Hate to sell, but I can't keep them all. Needs a good caring home that loves this green goddess."
MoogFest (Why are we not playing at?) by Synthetic Things
Published on Apr 20, 2014 SyntheticThings
"All in good fun and love for Moog we've put together this Synthetic Things music video for the new song called "MoogFest (Why are we not playing at?)". It's a tribute, and a plea for next year, not a slam or accusation of Moog, or MoogFest. To be honest, we're so excited that Moog has taken this event back under their control. It's an amazing festival of synth nerd mega geek out awesomeness. That's why we want to play even more than before.
Check out more music at http://syntheticthings.com
We actually started this band almost exclusively to play at MoogFest because we are such synth geeks, and it would mean a lot to us. This is a tribute as much as a plea.
Moog Voyager running through Mooger Foogers: MF-103 Phaser, MF-104m Delay, MF-107 FeqBox, CP-251, VX-351 - For glide riffs.
Moog Little Phatty, Green w/ white logo (one of a kind). - Intro FX, Happy Synth, pad line, and bass extras.
DSI Tempest - All drums.
Elektron Analog FOUR - Bass riff & Synth hit pattern.
Moog MiniTaur - Big modulated bottom.
AniMoog - Pad line double.
Alesis Andromeda: Big Wet Arp FX
Boss SE-70 controlled by a Moog SubPhatty - Vocoder.
Special Thanks to Pete Carty, Chris Martin, Trey Counce, and Jim Rogers."