The Moog Rogue was released by Moog Music in 1979. It is a monophonic analog synthesizer with a simple easy-to-use design. It is a two-VCO synthesizer with a 32-note keyboard. It does not have MIDI support or patch memories. It has most commonly been used for bass sounds. It is a cousin of the Moog Taurus, which is a pedal-based bass synthesizer.
The Moog Rogue is known to have been used by 808 State, Add N To X, Peter Gabriel, KMFDM, Radiohead, and Stereolab.
Year Released: 1979
Keyboard: 32 keys
Power Consumption: 6 watts
Dimensions: 21 in. x 12.5 in. x 5.5 in.
Weight: 11 lbs.
Moog Rogue 342a ($700)
Moog Rogue 1980s Black ($725)
Moog The rogue ($650)
Moog MInifooger - Tremolo ($179)
Moog Minifooger - Boost ($139)
Moog Minifooger MF Flange ($209)