WNAMM07: Customize Your Voyager

Moog announce Minimoog Voyager Select Series      19/01/07
WNAMM07: Customize Your Voyager


On show at the Moog stand, the Minimoog Voyager Select Series allows customers to choose from five backlight options as well as eight different wood cabinet styles to create a Voyager with a look all their own. Moog offers an interactive Web experience that displays any custom combination, and then facilitates online ordering by integrating with local dealers.
Moog Music President Mike Adams told us, “Creativity, imagination and uniqueness are what Moog is all about. The Minimoog Voyager Select Series allows us to connect those values with our customers, enabling them to express their own personality in an instrument we handcraft for them.�
Since introducing the Electric Blue edition in 2004, Moog has received hundreds of requests to build customized Voyagers. Now those requests, once only fulfilled for a handful of artists, can be accommodated for anyone. Backlight options include: Electric Blue, Solar (orange), Lunar (white), Fire (red), and Jade (green). Cabinet styles are available in Electric Blue (black with fractal blue flecks), Traditional Ash, Mahogany, White Wash, Walnut, Cherry, Black Ash, and Maple. Any combination is available.

WHEELS IN FIRE

DIAL IN BLUE
The Minimoog Voyager Select Series is showcased within a new Web experience accessible at the Moog website. Users can make backlight and cabinet choices and instantly view photos. The site is also integrated with local dealers. Dealers will have some combinations in stock but all will be available within six weeks of the order date.
Pricing and Availability:
The new customizable options offered are available immediately More information:



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