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Moog Thank Minimoog Voyager Owners With Special Gift
To celebrate a decade of Voyager sounds, Moog are giving registered owners a token of appreciation for their support.
The gift of a brass-casted filter cutoff knob will be shipping it's way to users who confirm their details with Moog before 4th July 2013.
Moog Music have said to their loyal musicians, "Thank you for allowing us to continue handbuilding analog synthesizers in Asheville, NC and thank you for supporting Moog."
To recieve the free gift, you must confirm your postal address and Minimoog Voyager serial number with Moog. For more information about this offer, visit the Moog website .
By Jonathan Meager
Posted on 7 Jun 2013 15:12 to category : Instruments News
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