The Moog Opus 3 was Moog’s only string/ensemble synth. Today it is the perfect choice for you if you want string synth limitations at a Moog price. I think the organ sound is better than average, the string sound is a little worse, and a typical Moog filter on the “brass” section makes it at least better than the average string synth’s brass/synth tone. Continue reading “Moog Opus 3”
This is the third Quasimidi Polymorph I have rebuilt in the past six months, and the second that I have done for out-of-state clients who contacted me after searching for “quasimidi polymorph repair” (see what I did there?) and coming across my first post about it. The Polymorph is not a vintage synth nor a very common synth, but it is a very powerful and unique synth that is much beloved by its owners, and at around 15 years old at this point, pretty much every Polymorph out there now suffers from a debilitating knob jitter issue. Continue reading “Quasimidi Polymorph (#3) – our Polymorph repair and rebuild service”
Just finished fixing up another one. We now offer comprehensive Roland Juno 106 service packages to address the typical issues that these very popular synths have!
I just finished up an inside-out full restoration of this ARP Odyssey (Mark III). I’m replacing the slider caps, which were all missing, with bat style toggle switch caps which I soften with a heat gun until I can slide them over the shaft of the slider, and haven’t gotten the green and blue ones yet, but wanted to take this photo and do a post because today is our birthday! Continue reading “ARP Odyssey Mark III (and it’s our birthday!)”