Win A Vintage Minimoog Model D Signed by Bob Moog
The Bob Moog Foundation has announced its 15th Anniversary synth raffle, featuring a highly coveted, fully-restored vintage Minimoog synthesizer, signed by the late Dr. Bob Moog (1934 – 2005).
The raffle marks the beginning of the Foundation’s celebration of 15 years of preserving the legacy of Dr. Bob Moog. The Foundation is an independent non-profit organization, not affiliated with Moog Music, with the mission of preserving Bob Moog’s legacy and inspiring future generations of innovators through the intersection of science, music, and technology.
Funds raised from the raffle will be used to continue growing the Foundation’s hallmark educational project, Dr. Bob’s SoundSchool, currently inspiring over 3,000 elementary school students per year through the science of sound, and poised to grow nationwide in 2022. The raffle will also help support the Moogseum, located in Asheville, NC, which brings Bob Moog’s legacy and the science of sound and synthesis alive for people of all ages. The Moogseum opened in late May of 2019, and has welcomed over 10,000 visitors from all over the world.
This Minimoog has been restored by synthesizer technician Wes Taggart of Analogics. It is in excellent technical and physical condition, with minor physical flaws that are commensurate with the age of the instrument.
“The Bob Moog Foundation is excited to offer this extraordinarily special Minimoog synthesizer with Bob’s distinct signature in concert with our upcoming 15th anniversary later this month,” remarked Executive Director, Michelle Moog-Koussa. “The Foundation formally launched on August 21, 2006, exactly one year after Bob’s passing. Since that time, his legacy and spirit have been the inspiration that fuels our work in education, archive preservation, and the creation of our beloved Moogseum. We hope that the winner of this Minimoog will also be deeply inspired by Bob’s spirit.”
The raffle ends on August 30, 2021 at 11:59pm ET, or when all 5,000 tickets sell out, whichever comes first. Tickets are available now for $20 each, six for $100, 14 for $200, or 40 for $500.