Moog Claravox Centennial Theremin

One of the most interesting instruments ever created, the Theremin is about to turn 100. The unique instrument, which requires you to move your hands closer or further from two fixed metal antennae to control pitch and volume has been most famously played a role in the recording of The Beach Boys' "Good Vibrations" as well as "Whole Lotta Love" by Led Zeppelin. To celebrate its centennial, Moog Music is releasing the Clarvox Centennial, a modern interpretation of the iconic instrument named for Clara Rockmore, who was responsible for pioneering its use on concert stages. It arrives with walnut casework, a brass antenna, and a cloth-covered control panel with a walnut tripod stand.

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