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Mooer Pure Boost

Guitar/Bass booster from Mooer belonging to the Micro series.

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dudule10dudule10

transparent boost

Mooer Pure BoostPublished on 06/11/14 at 11:18
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
small size pedal

UTILIZATION

very easy to use

SOUND QUALITY

very transparent boost, not bad to go from solo rhythm, I lai sold quickly because I wanted more colors that untruc

OVERALL OPINION

I finally prefer a TS9 for the job but it depends!
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JumikaelJumikael

Very good, but prices rose ...

Mooer Pure BoostPublished on 06/08/14 at 14:22
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Analog effect that reproduces the RC Booster mini size if I'm not mistaken. Solid, reliable.

UTILIZATION

It does its job, and increases the gain or volume depending on its location on the pedalboard.

SOUND QUALITY

It does not sound particularly colors, and is very useful. We tend to underestimate the importance of a boost in his pedalboard! Note that the eq settings are quite effective.

OVERALL OPINION

Frankly, for the 40th is fine. Practice, however small ... at the current price of MOOER, you can find or produce the equivalent for less. It has served me well, however, it is also the first pedal that I associated with my torpedo cab. …
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Analog effect that reproduces the RC Booster mini size if I'm not mistaken. Solid, reliable.

UTILIZATION

It does its job, and increases the gain or volume depending on its location on the pedalboard.

SOUND QUALITY

It does not sound particularly colors, and is very useful. We tend to underestimate the importance of a boost in his pedalboard! Note that the eq settings are quite effective.

OVERALL OPINION

Frankly, for the 40th is fine. Practice, however small ... at the current price of MOOER, you can find or produce the equivalent for less. It has served me well, however, it is also the first pedal that I associated with my torpedo cab.
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Mooer
  • Model: Pure Boost
  • Series: Micro
  • Category: Guitar/Bass boosters
  • Added in our database on: 07/13/2012

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