Mooer pedals are up there with the best in the world when it comes to making incredible sounding micro and mini sized pedals and we stock their entire range here at Andertons Music Co.
History Of Mooer Pedals Mooer Audio are based in Shenzhen, China and have been producing their micro guitar pedals for a few years and have subsequently taken the world by storm by capturing great tones in such small enclosures. This is handy for a number of reasons but mostly because these tiny pedals will help you save space on your pedalboard meaning you can cram more effects onto your board than ever before. Pedalboards took a departure from bigger sized pedals in recent years and companies like Mooer have fully taken advantage of that by creating a pedal for pretty much every effect you can think of… Range of Mooer Pedals The Mooer range is vast, but quite simply split making it easy to navigate. Though they started out as a company producing only mini pedals, they recently announced their Pro Series including the Devin Townsend Signature Ocean Machine Delay & Reverb pedal. Mooer also produce Mini guitar amps like the Little Monster 5w Tube Amp which is a tiny lunchbox head that’ll turn into a roaring beast when plugged into a 2x12 or even 4x12 cab! Micro Pedals If you have a working knowledge of guitar pedals throughout the years then you’ll quite easily see the similarities between Mooer pedals and their more expensive counterparts that they might have been based on such as the Ninety Orange Phaser and Green Mile Overdrive. The Mooer Micro Range of pedals consists of everything from overdrive and distortion to delay, reverb, chorus, boost and other modulation pedals. If you can think it, you can find it. This includes the GE100 and GE200 Multi-Effects units. Preamps At the NAMM 2017 show, Mooer unveiled a line of preamp pedals with Cab Sim on-board in their micro format. These pedals can easily be used as a backup to your current amp if it goes down at a gig or a full-time solution to get rid of using an amp altogether. This also means you can record by plugging directly into the interface and get a great direct guitar sound and use your other effects pedals in front of the preamp as if it were a normal guitar amp. All of the preamp pedals in the range have been modelled after famous guitar sounds to give you access to those great tones at a fraction of the cost. Pedals like the UK Gold 900 and Brown Sound 3 will probably give you an idea of the sounds you can expect. Pro Series The Pro Series is less easily defined but the range includes mini Wah pedals, The new Pedal Controller and the Twin Series pedals. The Twin Series do as they say on the tin. You’ve got more tweaking options on the Twin Series pedals and 2 footswitches to chop and change between presets and to turn the pedal on and off.