Moog Polymoog 280A Keyboard (Vintage)

18611

Polymoog Keyboard (model 280a) released in 1978 just returned from service. Fully working, four new voice chips. The Polymoog has a 71-note weighted Pratt & Reed touch-sensitive keyboard divided into three sections with a volume slider for each. It also has a three-band resonant graphic equalizer section, which can be changed to a low/bandpass/high-pass filter. The Moog-designed 24 dB filter section allows modulation modulated from its own envelopes, low frequency oscillation and sample and hold circuit. Ranks and waveforms of all notes are also adjustable combining waveforms, octaves, tunings, and their own independent LFO rates and amounts. The user can adjust the instrument's sounds, and it offers presets named "strings", "piano", "organ", "harpsichord", "funk", "clav", "vibes", and "brass". Presets were factory created as physical circuit cards and may be modified for live performance using Var(iation) buttons, triggering a red dot next to the preset number in the display.   These units are only 2 years made, hard to find, and sound great. Prefure local pickup, will ship on own risk.

More details
  • In stock! Order before 4PM and it will be shipped today
  • This product is in stock at our store in Amsterdam. Reserve now!

€ 3.995,00 tax incl. and shipping incl. (only for Benelux)

Add to wishlist

More info

Moog Polymoog 280A Keyboard (Vintage)

Polymoog Keyboard (model 280a) released in 1978

just returned from service. Fully working, four new voice chips.

The Polymoog has a 71-note weighted Pratt & Reed touch-sensitive keyboard divided into three sections with a volume slider for each. It also has a three-band resonant graphic equalizer section, which can be changed to a low/bandpass/high-pass filter. The Moog-designed 24 dB filter section allows modulation modulated from its own envelopes, low frequency oscillation and sample and hold circuit. Ranks and waveforms of all notes are also adjustable combining waveforms, octaves, tunings, and their own independent LFO rates and amounts. The user can adjust the instrument's sounds, and it offers presets named "strings", "piano", "organ", "harpsichord", "funk", "clav", "vibes", and "brass". Presets were factory created as physical circuit cards and may be modified for live performance using Var(iation) buttons, triggering a red dot next to the preset number in the display.

 

These units are only 2 years made, hard to find, and sound great.

Prefure local pickup, will ship on own risk.

Product specifications

Kleur Black