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Moogerfooger Analog Delay Pedal Returns
July 20, 2005 - Moog Music has announced the new MF-104Z Analog Delay. Moog will debut a prototype of the MF-104Z at this year's Summer NAMM show in Indianapolis, IN.

The MF-104Z all-analog delay processor is designed for floor, table-top, or rack mount use and has delay times as short as 50 milliseconds to as long as 1000 milliseconds.

Front panel controls include: Delay Time; Wet / Dry Mix; Drive and Output Levels; Feedback Control (controls the # of echoes); Internal / External Loop Switch for inserting signal processing; and Loop Gain Control. Rear Panel Controls include: Audio In; Mix Out and Delay Out; Loop In and Loop Out; Feedback Control, Delay Time, and Wet/Dry Mix are all controllable from a Moog Expression Pedal.

Moog originally offered its first analog delay in 2000. Today the original MF-104 is one of the more sought after vintage pedals on the market. The new MF-104Z, also designed by Bob Moog, will, no doubt, take its place along side the original and offers extended delay times previously unavailable.

The MF-104Z will sell for $729 and will be available, in limited supply, online and in retail locations in September.

For more information, visit their web site at www.moogmusic.com
Saturday July 23, 2005


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