A lovely 1977 Minimoog Model D in excellent cosmetic condition and perfect working order. It's recently had extensive...
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A lovely 1977 Minimoog Model D in excellent cosmetic condition and perfect working order.
It’s recently had extensive service work carried out and has just been re-bushed, calibrated and PAT-tested by James Walker at Synth Repair Services.
Plays beautifully, sounds great and fine condition – missing front badge and hinged support from rear (see photos).
It’s switchable 110v or 240v operation so no transformer required.
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It sounds and plays every bit as good as it looks and is a superb player’s instrument. Please see the detailed pictures.
The wooden case is in good original condition – it has not been stripped, sanded or re-varnished; there are minor marks, scuffs and dings as you’d expect from a 40 year-old instrument. The face and knobs are original. The pitch and mod wheel section has been replaced with an earlier type at some point in the past, but it works perfectly.
There are no known operational faults with this unit.
(Please note: it is always possible with vintage equipment that some crackly pots/sliders may develop over time when equipment has not been used – even during a short delivery period – this can usually be easily rectified either by use or with a bit of switch-cleaning spray).
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PUBLISHED: 24th Apr 2019
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