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Moog Subsequent 37 Limited Edition Built at Moog Fest

Postby KyleM » 19 May 2017, 16:12

I am eyeballing this Moog Subsequent 37. Supposedly it has an upgraded keyboard from the Sub 37 and it has additional CV abilities (which is for modular I think) but the Ky are o Ky making 2000 of them and 125 of them will be hikkt at this years Moog Fest. I really want to order one at 1799.99 because I'm almost certain it will quickly gain value and I could turn around and resell it and make money. Moog discontinued their Analog Delag pedal which cost $700 originally and now those are going for over $1000.
But here's the thing. I could order a MFB Dominion 1 for 1300 (500 less) and turn around and sell it for a couple hundred more I'm almost positive... But the Subdequent 37 looks awesome and they have increased the headroom for the filter (whatever that means) apparently you get lots of gain without distortion.
So do you think it would be a good investment to buy on me manufactured at Moog Fest and then try to sell if for a prophet? Or do you think they will release another Subsequent 37 type machine. Just with a different name which will be upgraded and ruin the resell value for the original run(
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Re: Moog Subsequent 37 Limited Edition Built at Moog Fest

Postby KyleM » 19 May 2017, 16:29

The more I'm thinking about it... they are asking a point to say "a run of 2000 instruments will be produced." But that doesn't mean a second run of those instruments won't be made or a 3rd. It makes me think it the little Phatty lLittle Phatty tribute edition then TheLittle Phatty Dtage 2. And maybe a stage 2 tribute edition. Then the Sub 37 tribute edition....

From what I can tell... this Subsequent 37 looks awesome and checks boxes for modular users and those who wear headphones to monitor themselves onstage... but I bet this is basically their next synth this is just the 1.0 version of it
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Re: Moog Subsequent 37 Limited Edition Built at Moog Fest

Postby stiiiiiiive » 19 May 2017, 23:13

Honestly, here is my best clue: there are tons of better ways to make money ;)
Now I'm sure you'll find other startegists to elaborate the best ROI and all.

What are you buying instruments for? Making music or making money?
Anyway that's just me, huh?
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Re: Moog Subsequent 37 Limited Edition Built at Moog Fest

Postby KyleM » 19 May 2017, 23:37

I'm just thinking out loud but I am a musician. Ive never sold an instrument my life (although some I should have). I think this' is me trying to talk myself into buying one of these new keyboards to try it out and if I end up able to afford to keep it I will, but if I am sort of thinking that if I can't afford it I could always sell it to someone and get at least most of the money I spent back due to its rarity.
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Re: Moog Subsequent 37 Limited Edition Built at Moog Fest

Postby stiiiiiiive » 20 May 2017, 13:39

I totally get it :)
You may want to wait for a used one, then. You would leave less money in the process if you decide to part with it.
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Re: Moog Subsequent 37 Limited Edition Built at Moog Fest

Postby analogika » 20 May 2017, 16:08

The same shitty plastic pots as the Sub37, though.
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Re: Moog Subsequent 37 Limited Edition Built at Moog Fest

Postby KyleM » 21 May 2017, 05:53

analogika wrote:The same shitty plastic pots as the Sub37, though.


Ah, yeah that sucks. I hadn't heard that until you mentioned it, but I saw a YouTube video where apparently they fixed one of the pots with newer models and it was metal. A long time ago I read a post on this forum about the Stage 2 EX's having plastic pots (presumably to save weight) but I never heard a follow up about it.
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Re: Moog Subsequent 37 Limited Edition Built at Moog Fest

Postby Quai34 » 15 Jul 2017, 01:23

Hi,
I'm using this thread in order to not create a new one and because this one is about Moog...Ok, I've never own any Moog and I remember a comment about the Nord Moog MM Samples that I thought was good, the guy was saying that there is nothing like the real thing for Moog...I was not convinced...But today, I've had a revelation...A Sub Phatty was plugged in my usual store and I played it...Whooaaa, what an organic sound, way better than the MM samples on the Nord Library...Maybe, because it was with a good sound system (Focal...) or the settings were awesome but I never had that even with a Voyager? So, if you want to get the Moog sound which synth is the cheaperst? Phatty, Sub phatty, Phatty 37? Just let me know what do you think...
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Re: Moog Subsequent 37 Limited Edition Built at Moog Fest

Postby maxpiano » 15 Jul 2017, 08:18

Talking about sound only, many owners and Moog fans say that the Little/SlimPhatty are the ones who get closest to the original Minimoog sound (despite the fact they have 2 OSC and not 3).

Next choice for me woudl be the Sub37, it sounds a little different but it is very good too, so if want all the knobs you may consider it; the only one I would not buy is the SubPhatty because it has more limitations in the keyboard, sound path and overall usability (my opinion, but if you tried it and loved it...)
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Re: Moog Subsequent 37 Limited Edition Built at Moog Fest

Postby analogika » 15 Jul 2017, 08:42

As an owner of seven vintage moogs, I found the Little Phatty thoroughly unconvincing, for some reason.

It felt like somebody was trying very hard to imitate a moog for people who don't know the real thing.
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