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The Moog Guitar Model E1: Sustain, Ability

The Moog Guitar Model E1 impresses on all fronts and finds its Hendrix in Fareed Haque

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God bless Fareed Haque. Sonic explorer that he is, the guitarist has adopted this new instrument-the Moog Guitar-made a couple of records with it, and proven that it’s no mere novelty. It’s a pro-level foray into the guitar market on Moog’s part, and it’s much more than just another electric guitar. Like the keyboard synths that made Moog famous, this guitar is something really different.

I’ll get back to Haque later. He’s really figured out how to use the Moog Guitar, but to understand why that’s so commendable, you need to understand just how wonderfully bizarre this thing is.

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