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2024 Winter Raffle: Vintage Moog Source Signed by Bob Moog

  • $2000

Congratulations to the winner Justin S. of Chicago!

Many thanks to all who entered, and all who helped give exposure to the raffle. 

We had over 1200 people enter the raffle.
Download codes to the IK Multimedia Syntronik Sorcerer will all be mailed individually, as each participant receives a different code. We will attend to sending the download codes as expeditiously as possible, but please be patient with our staff as we endeavor to email 1200 people individually. We should have this completed by end of day on Thursday, February 29th. 

Thanks to our friends at IK Multimedia, every participant who purchases tickets will receive a free download of the Syntronik Sorcerer virtual instrument (valued at $49)! Sorcerer was created using the very Moog Source that we are raffling. All ticket purchasers will receive the download information for the Sorcerer after the raffle ends.


The Bob Moog Foundation is excited to announce its winter fundraising raffle for an excellent condition vintage Moog Source synthesizer signed by Bob Moog!! The fully restored Source is valued at $3,500, but with Bob's signature, it is priceless -- a true collector's item!

Originally released in 1981 and manufactured through 1985, the Source represented a unique combination of tradition and progression in the sonic world.  The Moog Source features rich sound quality and a technical lineage rooted in the legendary Minimoog and is lauded for its sequencers, sample and hold, arpeggiator, presets, unique data wheel and the trademark Moog sound.

The Source also features:

  • Patch memory storage in 16 preset locations and was the first Moog synthesizer to offer this feature
  • Cassette tape jack which transfers patches to and from an external tape.
  • Mylar touch control panel
  • Single-knob functionality

Get a free 2024 Bob Moog - His Life and Work 90th Birthday Commemorative Calendar when you purchase a bundle of 6, 14, or 40 tickets. This offer is valid until the limited quantity of calendars runs out. Add the 2024 calendar to your cart before checking out to redeem this offer, and the discount will be automatically applied. The discount does not cover the cost of shipping. This offer does not apply to the purchase of individual tickets. 

Raffle Details

The raffle begins at 7:00 a.m. (ET) on February 5, 2024, and ends on February 26, 2024, at 11:59 p.m. (ET) or when all 5,000 tickets are sold.

The raffle is open internationally!

Tickets are $20 for a single ticket, 6 for $100, 14 for $200, or 40 for $500.

*Please use the dropdown menu above to access the ticket bundles*

Be sure to read the rules and regulations for the raffle before entering. 
Tickets are non-transferable.

The winner will be announced on Friday, March 1, 2024.

You will be sent an email confirming your ticket purchase. 

No physical tickets will be sent.

Our recent raffles either sold out or came very close, so get your tickets early.

"This Source is signed by Bob himself, and its new owner will have an extremely special piece of synthesizer history in addition to a beautiful sounding musical instrument. It is a solid performer with the epic Moog transistor ladder filter sound that we all know and love. . . Owners of multiple Moog instruments will find that the Source occupies its own unique space and will be a worthy and treasured addition to any synth collection."

- Erik Norlander

The Source, which was produced at Moog Music in the early 1980s in their Buffalo, NY manufacturing facility,  was generously donated to the Bob Moog Foundation by accomplished musician, composer, and sound designer Erik Norlander, who co-designed the UNO Synth for IK Multimedia and co-designed the legendary Alesis Andromeda analog synthesizer. Norlander’s Moog Source was used on the Dukes of the Orient Freakshow album and was the specific hardware synth recorded for the IK Multimedia Syntronik 2 “Sorcerer” virtual instrument. Norlander has been a long-time supporter of the Bob Moog Foundation and currently serves on the Board of Advisors.

Funds from the raffle will support the Bob Moog Foundation’s educational project, Dr. Bob's SoundSchool, serving almost 3,000 elementary school students a year; the preservation of the vast and growing Bob Moog Foundation Archives; and the Moogseum in downtown Asheville, NC, USA.


Paypal is not a payment option due to Paypal's own regulations about raffles. They do not allow raffle ticket purchases to be processed through their payment portal. This is their regulations, not ours. Our secure payment portal accepts credit cards. 

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