By user12607856 on Jun 16, 2008
This looks fascinating. The company that gave you Moog synthesizers in the '70's, have now created a Moog Guitar:
It has five different sound modes, designed to give the player a wide range of possibilities to play. The most touted mode is the infinite sustain, which allows players to hold a note on every note and at every position.
Other modes include controlled sustain, mute mode, harmonic blends, and the Moog Filter.
Check out the video. Maybe I'm just showing my age (or personal preference in music), but I'd have liked to have have seen what Carlos Santana or David Gilmour could have done with it, rather than Lou Reed. Or maybe they just tried it out on artists in New York.