Moog Minifooger Ring Modulator Pedal

Compact Analog Ring Modulation Pedal with CV Expression Input
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Super-playable Ring Mod!

Shake it up with a Moog MF Ring Minifooger effects pedal. Based on the Moogerfooger MF-102, the best-selling ring mod to date, Moog's MF Ring brings this strange, creative, and often chaotic effect to your pedalboard. Weird harmonics, choral dissonance, octave noise, synth lead tone, and more - it's all in the MF Ring. Better still, you can hook up any compatible expression pedal to take on-the-fly control of your effect, creating glitchy sweeps, pitch shifts, and other cool modulations with your Moog Minifooger MF Ring pedal.

Minifooger: real Moog effects packed into compact pedals

With their compact, pedalboard-friendly designs, Moog's Minifooger pedals are a perfect fit for your pedalboard. Their extended frequency ranges make these effects sound great on more than just guitar too - they're excellent for bass, keyboards, and more. True analog signal paths give you the superior sound quality and the unique idiosyncrasies that make vintage pedals so cool. What's more, each of these pedals features a CV input that lets you hook up a Moog expression pedal or synth to take over various parameters.

Moog MF Ring Minifooger Analog Ring Modulation Pedal Features:
  • A fantastic analog ring modulation pedal based on the Moogerfooger MF-102
  • Tone control adds musical flexibility that's far beyond typical ring modulation
  • Easily go from octaves, beating, and chorus in a scale to electro-insanity
  • Tune and voice the frequency control to the key that best fits your music
  • Connect an expression pedal to control frequency on the fly for key changes and funky sound effects
  • Compact design comfortably fits any pedalboard
  • Great for guitar, bass, keyboards, and more
  • True-bypass switching preserves your tone
  • Runs on standard 9-volt batteries or optional power supply
The Moog MF Ring Minifooger pedal lets you get totally creative with your tone!

Additional Media

MF Ring Minifooger Ring Modulator Pedal User Manual

Tech Specs

Pedal Type Ring Modulation
Inputs 1 x 1/4" (instrument), 1 x 1/4" (expression pedal input)
Outputs 1 x 1/4"
Batteries 1 x 9V
Height 2.25"
Width 3.25"
Depth 5.75"
Weight 1.12 lbs.
Power Supply Included Optional 9V DC power supply
Manufacturer Part Number MFS-Ring-02

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As this is my only Ring Mod pedal so I don't really have the necessary experience to compare this pedal with other brands Ring Mod's. I have played with a few before but not for extended periods of time. That being said, this is a fantastic pedal and the reason I went with Moog is becuase I trust their quality. You can get alot of crazy sounds out of this thing (im using it with a keyboard) from R2D2 blips and bleeps to a more subtle Ring Mod with just a touch of a fuzzy harmonic added. Personally I love using an expression pedal with it to sweep the Frequency for some very psychedelic effects and textures. When you have an expression pedal hooked up to this, the expression pedal range of frequency sweep is greater than the knob on the unit itself, so you can really get a wide sweep and you still have the use of both your hands. This is not an effect I really NEED or use all that much to be honest, but Im glad that Im using THIS unit when i do! Would be nice if it came with a power adapter but I guess thats pretty standard.
Music background: Pro Musician
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