Today Moog announced the launch of the Minifooger Analog Effects family – a series of compact, easy-to-use stompboxes designed primarily for use with electric guitar and bass.
Each Minifooger is housed in a rugged cast aluminum enclosure and features a 100 percent analog signal path, true bypass design, optional battery power, and a single expression pedal input that can also be controlled via CV.
The Minifooger Analog Effects family is launching with 5 compact stomp boxes – the MF Drive, MF Boost, MF Delay, MF Ring, and MF Trem. Each pedal is designed and hand assembled in Moog’s factory in Asheville, North Carolina and carries a US street price below $200.
Two videos can be seen on our site featuring artists experimenting with the Minifoogers: Troy Van Leeuwen, guitarist for the band Queens of The Stone Age takes a more classic approach; and Xander Singh and Ian Hultquist of Passion Pit explores the other worldly side of the Minifoogers.
We are extremely pleased to introduce the Minifoogers and hope that guitar and bass players enjoy years of artistic expression with them.