FS or T: Moog MP201, Moog LPF, FW Resonator, Copilot Cubic
Going a different direction with my effects so up for grabs are these fine specimens:
Moog MP-201 CV/MIDI controller: $500 (sold)
Sends either CV voltages, midi commands, or both. Excellent for controlling multiple moogerfoogers and MIDI enabled pedals (like the TimeLine or M9). Can convert MIDI to CV as well. Multiple LFO waveforms. I used it to receive MIDI clock from Ableton, send clock info to Timeline and M9, and expression control these two plus the Moog LPF and Resonator. This is a very powerful master control and is very intuitive to use. Practically mint. No Velcro. Has P/S, box, and manuals. Will throw in TRS patch cables though TS work fine since it's not dependent on getting a CV signal from a pedal first. The pedal is out of production and hard to find.
Moogerfooger LPF: $180 (SOLD)
Super organic low pass filter. Does envelope and static filter by itself. With the MP-201 it can do crazy wobble, serious sweeps, and more. Practically mint. No Velcro. Has P/S, box, and manuals.
Frostwave Resonator: $350 (sold)
Very cool, out of production, MS-20 filter bank. Has LPF and HPF. CV controls for all filter parameters. The LPF is a bit different sounding than the Moog. Very nice. I liked to split my timeline and M9 signals and the use both HPF and LPF on one signal to create movement while retaining the original effected signal. Very good condition. A few chips on bottom corner from opening the box. No Velcro. No box. Has P/S.
Copilot Cubic: $75
Has been upgraded to latest version. Instead of volume and blend it has individual clean and effect volumes. Sounds like a synth octave pedal. I prefer it to the Boss OC2. Very good condition. Has box and manual. Velcro on bottom.
Aguilar Nș ~ 88
6 String Bass Nș ~ 149
Why didn't anyone ever tell me bossa nova sounded so good?
Last edited by JehuJava : 02-27-2014 at 04:25 PM.