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Moog Makes Their Expression Pedal More Expressive

United States
English
New EP-2 offers players more control and superior feel

ASHEVILLE, N.C. (July 9, 2007) — Today, Moog Music, leading innovator of electronic musical instruments, announced the introduction of its EP-2 expression pedal. Moog’s new EP-2 is packed with expressive feeling and advanced control features, offering musicians a better playing experience. At more than twice the weight of the original expression pedal, the heavier construction (2.55 pounds) gives players a solid feel as the pedal stays firmly under-foot. A new external output level control allows players to choose the range of the pedal’s effect, sweeping across the full or a limited spectrum. The innovative new design further enhances feel with incredibly smooth and precise movement.

“It’s all about feel. Precision and smooth feel is as important in musical instruments as it is in cars,” said Moog Product Development Specialist Steve Dunnington. “Stepping up to the EP-2 is like trading a “72 Pinto with broken suspension for an Audi A4.”

More than just an accessory, the EP-2 translates the player’s expressive intent more purely with advanced components and rugged construction. The Moog stamp of authenticity comes molded into each handmade pedal. The EP-2 sells for $44.

About Moog Music:

Moog Music and its customers carry on the legacy of Bob Moog, the inventor of the synthesizer. Moog designs and manufactures electronic musical instruments, including Little Phatty® synthesizers, Minimoog® Voyager®, Moogerfooger® effects modules and Etherwave® theremins. Founded by Bob Moog, Moog Music designs and manufactures its products in Asheville, NC.
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