Anyone else find the Moog Little Phatty's shape a pain?

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Re: Anyone else find the Moog Little Phatty's shape a pain?

Post by magnus » Sun May 17, 2009 11:20 pm

prinsen wrote:And how do you think tuba players would feel if they saw this thread?
Speaking as an ex tuba player, I've got to say they've got it easy in comparison with Solina owners!
tyrannosaurus mark wrote:I had an MS20 and it fit in a projector case
Oh really? How does one get hold of a projector case?

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Re: Anyone else find the Moog Little Phatty's shape a pain?

Post by Bitexion » Sun May 17, 2009 11:26 pm

TrondC wrote:thus, MEK > LP
Thus, apples are better than oranges.

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Re: Anyone else find the Moog Little Phatty's shape a pain?

Post by tyrannosaurus mark » Mon May 18, 2009 12:47 am

prinsen wrote:BTW. I loved that "our house is very small"-song, and the video for it. Any chance you're playing in Scandinavia when you're in Europe?
Oh thanks a lot :) Yeah we're going to try and get around, give me a PM if you know any good promoters or bookers in Scandinavia that might be able to help us out
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tyrannosaurus mark wrote:I had an MS20 and it fit in a projector case
Oh really? How does one get hold of a projector case?
Just the local trading site. An old one made for the old giant projectors
Moog LP + Casio SK1 and MT-75 + tube amp = good tone.

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Re: Anyone else find the Moog Little Phatty's shape a pain?

Post by Murderhausen » Mon May 18, 2009 4:24 am

I thought this was going to be a post about the waveshaping facilities of the LP. Plusses and minuses there.
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Re: Anyone else find the Moog Little Phatty's shape a pain?

Post by TrondC » Mon May 18, 2009 3:27 pm

JSRockit wrote:
TrondC wrote:thus, MEK > LP
Shape? Yes, Sound, not necessarily...just different.
haha, yes I know, I just personally always liked the evolver sound over the LP sound, so add the shape (and the much better look on the MEK), and you have my vote :p

ah enough off topic. yes it's a shame they didn't make the LP fold down, kinda strange as it is marketed as a "stage" instrument that it's so hard to move around

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Re: Anyone else find the Moog Little Phatty's shape a pain?

Post by Villi » Mon May 18, 2009 3:46 pm

Bitexion wrote:
TrondC wrote:thus, MEK > LP
Thus, apples are better than oranges.
Off Topic
They are. Except juice. Orange juice>Apple juice :)

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