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The Moog synthesizer has been one of the most beloved tools of the musician’s trade for nearly 50 years. Among the various types of Moogs that are produced, the Little Phatty continues to hold a special spot in the heart of many musicians. With its ability to “fatten up” your sound with serious synth tones, a Moog Phatty will quickly become an important piece of gear in your set-up. Depending on what it is you are looking for, the Moog Phatty series features a variety of different analog monosyths to suit your sonic needs. If you’re looking for that truly vintage Moog sound in a modern machine, you’ll want to check out the Sub Phatty 25-Key Analog Synthesizer. This synth offers multidrive circuits and that classic gritty, saturated distortion. Available on its own or as part of a package with headphones and learning materials, this is a fantastic Moog for beginners and professionals alike.
If on the other hand, you’re looking for a Moog that’s got a little more portability, you’ll definitely be interested in the Slim Phatty. This synthesizer is small enough to fit in your backpack, but still powerful enough to house two oscillators and pump out that massive Moog sound. With the ability to process external audio, it can add colorful sweeps and warmth to nearly any source.
If you’re a true supporter of that old-school style, the Little Phatty Stage II Keyboard Synthesizer may be perfect for you. This synth features a 100% analog signal path that helps to produce a signature sound that is like no other. Perfect for live performance or the studio, the Little Phatty Stage II is as powerful as it is versatile.
The Moog Phatty series brings something special to music. From indie rock to dance pop and everything in between, the distinct sounds of a Moog Phatty can help make your next track or live show unforgettable.
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A convenient gig bag with the Moog logo.
Robert Moog, the father of modern synthesis, may no longer be with us, but his legacy lives on in this Little...