Synth Site: Moog: The Rogue Synthesizer: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 3.8 out of 5
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sean a professional user from United Kingdom writes:
horribly over rated, and very horribly overpriced because of nothing more than its name 'MOOG', best forget it, you'll be paying a lot of money for sh%%. nothing more needs to be said. and before anyone gets on their soapbox to try and shoot me down, i've used and owned every synth except the big boys, think ppg,etc. i know what i'm talking about.

Rating: 1 out of 5 posted Sunday-Dec-10-2006 at 06:54
sean from United Kingdom writes:
addendum to my review. in case anyone thinks i dont know what i'm talking about, i've owned and played virtually every synth thats been produced except the really expensive boys. think synclavier etc. once again dont be fooled by the flash adverts. a way overpriced thing dont pay more than about £150 or better yet with the £500 or £600 you might pay for one buy something else.

Rating: 0 out of 5 posted Thursday-Nov-30-2006 at 09:46
Sean a professional user from United Kingdom writes:
unless your a mad collector, dont even bother with this, i've owned one and was glad to see the back of it, when people witter on about how powerful the rogue is, i point them towards the sh2 a comparable synth and far more meatier. very very over priced. i've just seen two for sale one for £900 and the other over £800 who are they kidding?. it makes not special sounds and contrary to popular belief can hardly be called a moog synth, its a cheaply put together plain synth with nothing to write home about avoid at all costs or you'll pay a lot of money which you could have svaed and put towards somthing else far better. sorry all you guys who loved your rogues, you bought a dog.

Rating: 1 out of 5 posted Thursday-Nov-30-2006 at 09:37
Chise a part-time user from Canada writes:
Alarmingly overpriced and not much to do with Bob Moog. The worst deal in synthdom. The sounds are not that powerful and the construction is cheap and nasty. Wall wort power...uggg! This IS the deal. Thin, cheaply and expensive. Buy a mini or at least a progidy. Best to buy an odyssey. Output chips die and are expensive, because its a Moog named product, to get fixed. The control is limited. I saw one for sale in England for £1000. Seller..are you mad?

Rating: 2 out of 5 posted Saturday-Nov-18-2006 at 10:28
Duane Ackerman a hobbyist user from San Francisco writes:
The Rogue might sound good but if you are looking to buy, save yourself some money and by the MG-1 which is a solid synth, fun to use, wonderful for a beginner and far more versitile than the Rogue. The MG-1 gives you separate control of the oscilatiors, it has ring modulation, it has a Polyphony slider that gives you better orgon sounds, you can contol the amount of filter modulation as well as modulate the oscelators through the filter and most unique to ANY synth on the market, it has a Continuous Setting (not to be mistaken with Auto Trigger) that holds a tone or sound as long as you want perfect for storms and ocean). The MG-1 should really be reviewed on this site. It is a surprising keyboard.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Sunday-Nov-12-2006 at 14:26
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