MINIFOOGERS: New Analog Effects for Guitar & Bass
The leaked news from Moog last week is now official – the new Minifoogers
In this video Queens of The Stone Age guitarist, Troy Van Leeuwen, explores the fundamental capabilities of all 5 Minifooger Analog Effects Pedals – The MF Drive, MF Delay, MF Trem, MF Boost, and MF Ring. Each Minifooger is assembled by hand at the Moog factory in downtown Ashville, NC in a rugged, cast aluminum enclosure and features a 100% analog signal path, true bypass design, optional battery power, and a single expression pedal input that provides hands-free control of one specified parameter for under $200 a piece.
Recording Chain: 2x Blue Dragonly condenser microphones – Apogee Quartet interface.
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Learn more about the entire family of Minifooger Analog Effects Pedals at: MINIFOOGERS.COM
Xander Singh and Ian Hultquist of the band Passion Pit came into the Moog Soundlab to Experiment with the new Minifooger family of analog effects pedals. Hultquist played a Fender Telecaster through all five Minifoogerwhile Singh experimented with the sonic capabilities of to create an evolving musical landscape,