Moog Realistic Concertmate MG-1 with octave drop upgrade
Moog Realistic MG1 with octave drop upgrade. This instrument has been fully serviced by or technicians . It also has a very cool octave drop upgrade to give it a deeper bass.
The Realistic Concertmate MG-1 is an analog synthesizer manufactured by Moog Music in 1981 and sold by Radio Shack from 1982 to 1983 under their "Realistic" brand name.
The filter sounds fantastic and the sample and hold sounds are very rich. All the classic Moog sound
Monophonic Organ section
3 Oscillators ( 2 mono, 1 poly)
Octave drop upgrade
It can produce sawtooth, square and pulse waveforms, and the oscillators are detunable and syncable. A simple ASR (attack, sustain, release) envelope called 'Contour' can be applied to both the amp and the filter. The LFO section provides triangle or square wave patterns as well as Sample-and-Hold.