MATRIXSYNTH: Moog Little Phatty Stage II Sweetwater Exclusive Solar CV Edition

Monday, November 02, 2009

Moog Little Phatty Stage II Sweetwater Exclusive Solar CV Edition

"Exclusively from Sweetwater, the custom Little Phatty Stage II combines new features and flexibility along with a new look that's sure to stand out in the crowd! The Little Phatty Stage II is an analog synth with the last sound engine designed by the late master innovator, Bob Moog. Little Phatty Stage II is the realization of Bob Moog's dream to combine his great analog sound with an instrument that is both accessible to most musicians in terms of price, and also designed for live performance. Sweetwater worked closely with Moog Music to find the perfect color for our exclusive edition of this popular analog synth. And to really take it over the top, we've had Moog pre-install the CV Output Option, giving this Sweetwater Solar CV Edition far more control and interfacing capabilities than the standard version. Moog Music Little Phatty Stage II Sweetwater Solar CV Edition at a Glance: * 37-key, true analog synthesizer with Real Analog Control * Exclusive "Solar" orange back panel extrusion * Control Voltage output modification pre-installed at the Moog factory * Multiple interfacing capabilities and universal power supply" more details at Sweetwater. via aves


  1. Wow! That's lovely looking. Wish I had some spare $ for one of those beauties...

  2. It's good they've done more than change its color, as with the Voyager.

    Each 'special edition' should have some modest hardware tweak. Like maybe 'extra filter overdrive', or 'an xyz transistor mode'.

    At least this one has the CV output pre-installed. That's smart.


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