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2018 Moog Trifecta Raffle

  • $2500

Welcome to the 2018 Moog Trifecta Raffle!

For the first time, the Bob Moog Foundation is offering three separate prizes instead of one: A Memorymoog, a Moog Source, and a Moog Rogue, first, second, and third prizes, respectively, all to be awarded to separate entrants. 

All three vintage synthesizers have been fully restored and are in excellent technical and cosmetic condition. 

The raffle begins on August 27, 2018 at 12:01am EDT and 

ends on September 24, 2018 at 11:59pm EDT, or when all 5500 tickets sell out, whichever comes first.

Tickets are $25 each, five for $100, 10 for $200, or 25 for $500.

Just use the dropdown menu to see all ticket bundle options.

Entrants are eligible for one prize only. The first name drawn will win the first prize (Memorymoog), the second name drawn will win the second prize (Moog Source), the third name drawn will win the third prize (Moog Rogue). 

Please read the rules and regulations here before entering. 

Funding raised from the raffle will be used to expand the Foundation’s hallmark educational project, Dr. Bob’s SoundSchool, and to help fund its newest project, the Moogseum. 

Ticket purchase will be confirmed via email. No physical tickets will be sent.

The Memorymoog, serial number 1460, has an estimated value of $7,500. It combines six voice polyphony to create a unique polysynth with three voltage controlled, articulated oscillators. Each voice has its own 24dB voltage controlled filter.  It is often referred to architecturally as six Minimoogs, and is renowned for its rich sound.

The Memorymoog being offered has been retrofitted with a sequencer and MIDI capabilities, normally found only in Memorymoog Plus models. It has been meticulously serviced by vintage synth specialist Wes Taggart, a lauded technician for Memorymoog restoration.

The Moog Source is a 37 key, two oscillator synthesizer with unique features such as patch memory storage, flat-panel membrane buttons, single data wheel assignment, and more. It has two voltage controlled analog oscillators and the legendary 24 dB Moog filter. The unit being offered is serial number 2221 and has an estimated value of $2,400.  The Source has been used by such legends as Tangerine Dream, Jan Hammer, Depeche Mode, Devo, and Vince Clarke.

The Moog Rogue is a compact, two oscillator monophonic synthesizer often referred to as “small but mighty” for its legendary powerful bass sounds. Versatile and user-friendly enough to be used as the Taurus II Bass Pedal synth, the Rogue has been used by Will Butler of Arcade Fire, Vince Clarke, Peter Gabriel, Jonny Greenwood of Radiohead, Howard Jones, and more. The unit being offered, serial number 4462, has been restored by acclaimed restoration house Tone Tweakers, and is valued at $2,000.

For more details about the raffle and the three synthesizers, please see this blog on our website