Due to the scarcity of the vintage analogue BBD chips used in the creation of the unit, Moog ceased producing the MF-104M back in 2015 when their last supply of components was depleted, with production for other Moogerfooger products grinding to a halt soon after.
However, a recently discovered cache of vintage BBD delay chips has allowed for Moog to launch a limited re-run of the MF-104M, giving analogue enthusiasts the chance their very own Moogerfooger. The unique warmth of the BBD chips used in the MF-104M creates up to 800ms of rich, gooey analogue delay, making them highly sought after by gear nerds across the world.
If you want to get your hands on one of these limited Moogerfooger re-runs, however, you’ll have to take a trip over to Moog’s factory in Ashville, North Carolina, where only a small quanitity of units are available to purchase. We reckon it’s worth though – hear how it sounds below, and start booking your flights today.
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