Fantom G7 (or any non-Moog synth) + Moogerfoogers?

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Fantom G7 (or any non-Moog synth) + Moogerfoogers?

Post by spybar » Mon Jan 04, 2010 4:36 pm

Hello mates,

I use my Roland Fantom G7 with guitar's stompboxes pedals:
PiggyFX D.U.I. Overdrive
(for crunchy Rhodes & Organ)
ZVEX Fuzz Factory
ZVEX Ringtone TT
MXR Phase 90
ModTone MT-FF Funk Filter
Behringer EM600 Echo Machine

The More the Merrier!
:mrgreen:

I wonder if anyone tried Fantom G with one of the great Moogerfoogers?
Or any other non-Moog synth with a Moogerfooger?

Cheers mates! 8-)

SpyBar

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Re: Fantom G7 (or any non-Moog synth) + Moogerfoogers?

Post by CapnMarvel » Mon Jan 04, 2010 6:02 pm

I used a bunch of Moogerfoogers on my guitar pedalboard for awhile (analog delay, lowpass filter, MuRF) but I found them prone to breakage and of limited use in my style of guitar (I replaced the filters with a Line6 FM-4 which I also rarely use, but it takes up much less space than the two Moogs). I since have sold all of them for a profit. I've never considered buying them again to play on my synths (none of which is a Moog atm) because for their price I could buy a whole host of other things that are more important to me right now, like pre-amps, room treatment, studio furniture, or more synths!
Gear List: A bunch that go 'WHHONNGG!', several that go 'tweedle tweedle' and 'thumpity', and a few that don't make any noise at all but have lots of delightful little lights on them.

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Re: Fantom G7 (or any non-Moog synth) + Moogerfoogers?

Post by aeon » Mon Jan 04, 2010 7:04 pm

yes...my synths into:

Moog MF-104SD Super Delay
Moog MF-105 MuRF
Moog MF-105b Bass MuRF
Moog CP-251 Control Processor

good times.


cheers,
Ian

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