1972 was a pivotal year for Stevie Wonder. At just 21 years old, he discovered a brand new instrument in the Moog synthesizer, gained artistic control of his music for the first time in his career, and was poised to release 2 of his most highly regarded albums, "Music Of My Mind" and "Talking Book".
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A multi stage filter overdrive with selectable drive range, bipolar tone control, lowpass filter with harmonic peak switch, and expression pedal control of Filter Cutoff Frequency
Telecasting 7 Moogerfooger Analog Effects Pedals
Unlike conventional stomp box effects, Moogerfoogers do not have limited sonic boundaries, they effortlessly conjure any sound you seek, or quickly create new and inspiring effects. In addition to this, nearly every knob is controllable via expression pedal for added control and motion during live performance. In this video you'll see just a small range of what Moogerfoogers are capable of. With this much control and full analog signal path, the musical possibilities are close to infinite.
Tone enhancing VCA boost/buffer pedal with two selectable signal paths, tone-shaping circuit, natural compression, and expression pedal control of Gain.
Expression Enhanced Tremolo with 3 variable wave-shapes, unique tone voicing circuit, and expression pedal control of Tremolo Speed.