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Other Guitar Effect from Mooer belonging to the Micro series.

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  • Mooer AcoustikarPublished on 02/01/14 at 08:34
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    digital pedal I guess ... 3 modes,

    UTILIZATION

    very simple the body adds the top left chest that is a classic and it is a right folk but should never have been there in the background effect becomes dirty quickly saturating ... she eats a little volume but well it does its job
    with saturation is a small bomb!

    SOUND QUALITY

    so yeah it was not touched or feel in playing but the replay is almost stunning ... if not for me it is a exiter / destresseur cheap car coupled with a distortion or fuzz ... it is a treat!

    OVERALL OPINION

    very nice as always there may be a better elsewhere but not in this format and NOT well I think some MOOER much better than the original overpriced......
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    digital pedal I guess ... 3 modes,

    UTILIZATION

    very simple the body adds the top left chest that is a classic and it is a right folk but should never have been there in the background effect becomes dirty quickly saturating ... she eats a little volume but well it does its job
    with saturation is a small bomb!

    SOUND QUALITY

    so yeah it was not touched or feel in playing but the replay is almost stunning ... if not for me it is a exiter / destresseur cheap car coupled with a distortion or fuzz ... it is a treat!

    OVERALL OPINION

    very nice as always there may be a better elsewhere but not in this format and NOT well I think some MOOER much better than the original overpriced (unlike some disappointed) I find some of their pedals sonor a surprising quality account Given the price and size!
    acoustikar is part of the "good" mooer with elec lady, noise killer, lofi, the pitch box all these pedals are amazing and better than their original in terms of its
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  • Not easy to use depending on the gear ..

    Mooer AcoustikarPublished on 07/22/13 at 18:22
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Acoustic simulator with three modes.
    I guess that is a copy of the Boss ac2
    but I do not just compare.

    Setting: Top Level Body ..

    Almost sure it is analog,
    it consumes 17 Ma.

    If it was not mini size
    I think I have abandoned
    use it now I'm happy
    after long search but
    little displeasing ..

    UTILIZATION

    The settings are in a fairly simple way ..

    SOUND QUALITY

    Well it also depends on the config, I feel
    it is difficult to keep the same volume and have
    sound good .. Especially if it was not completely sound
    super clean .. We must sacrifice a little volume.
    the level thoroughly seems to cause bad saturations.
    The top causes of breath and pushed it becomes......
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    Acoustic simulator with three modes.
    I guess that is a copy of the Boss ac2
    but I do not just compare.

    Setting: Top Level Body ..

    Almost sure it is analog,
    it consumes 17 Ma.

    If it was not mini size
    I think I have abandoned
    use it now I'm happy
    after long search but
    little displeasing ..

    UTILIZATION

    The settings are in a fairly simple way ..

    SOUND QUALITY

    Well it also depends on the config, I feel
    it is difficult to keep the same volume and have
    sound good .. Especially if it was not completely sound
    super clean .. We must sacrifice a little volume.
    the level thoroughly seems to cause bad saturations.
    The top causes of breath and pushed it becomes kitsch
    acute or I do not exceed the first quarter;
    the Body beyond half also leads to saturation.
    At the same time it has to be as little of my sound, not ultra
    clean with a lot of bass.

    Frankly I really struggled to do something ..
    A try on his gear, and I get a lot of ..

    In addition I was able to do something because I separate my
    signal into two and then the remix .. When I tried to
    into the path of the two signal it gave nothing at all ..
    It as it is mixed and it adds to the other frequency
    volume loss does not hear ..

    Finally, it is still not bad, I guess it is close
    the boss .. If I plugged in my acoustic amp I have
    also problems of saturation of certain frequency ..
    Under certain conditions it give some little things, must
    almost use a second type eq pedal more or another channel amp more clean ... ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    one weeks ..
    I tried digital acoustic simulator before.
    It limits a little thinner or realistic but breath
    faster and harder to manage, but less clean
    realistic .. Finally I seek not a pure acoustic sound
    but just to improve ..

    Finally I am happy but distrust
    used alone without the other pedal system or
    it little disappointing .. a certain part of
    pedalboard she gave that sounds rotten
    artificial ..
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