Mooer Green Mile
Mooer Green Mile

Green Mile, Overdrive pedal from Mooer in the Micro series.

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Average Score:3.5( 3.5/5 based on 2 reviews )
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ironbull's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" not transparent"

Mooer Green Mile
overdrive pedal, a replica of tube screamer


SimpliciTee a pedal, a pedal disadvantages (no storage)


then it is not complicated, everything is fine except a key point for me and led me down this pedal and all mooer I tried also:
transparency of the effect; there is a very strong color, the original sound is changed.
here not only adds overdrive but also an unwelcome coloring.


it's cheap, sympat in form but not transparent.
as I said it is important for me transparency; there-a lot of effects that color the sound and to love, I hate.
if you have the opportunity to compare it to an east river drive (electro harmonix and cheaper) you will understand, the east is a light clartée while mooer out the light I say :)

MetalDerf's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Good drive!"

Mooer Green Mile
Overdrive pedal.
-Switch Warm / Hot

Switch activation (bypas true!)

LED staut (visible)

Input / output jack

Boss-type connector for external power supply 9V (required, there is no battery power)

It is a metal box, which seems correct strength. It still feels the Chinese manufacture, assembly level and the overall look but nothing alarming.
Miniaturization has a price: the level and tone knobs are not very convenient to handle. Large fingers will galleys.


Usage is very simple, it is in the classical setting.
Nothing is easier than editing sounds.
The manual is more than enough. No such adjustment but is it really necessary on an overdrive?


Then the sound.
It seems that the Green Mile is a clone of the famous Ibanez Tube Screamer, with no basis for comparison, I can neither confirm nor deny.
In any case, it sounds! Caution is the overdrive, not the distortion! Even at the bottom drive, it's still rock 'n' roll. For AC / DC hairy, will have to push back to the amp.
If the knobs are responsive and usable throughout their race.
Warm in position, drive it nicely, it's precise and well defined. By engaging the Hot it gets fat and hairy, there is more than to grow a beard, put on boots and a Stetson and go for the big rock to ZZ Top!
The small problem that does not make me a better rating is that when going in Hot, greatly augment the volume and vice versa. In this is no big deal, but on stage it requires to adjust the level at the same time with the approximation that entails.


I do not have this pedal for a long time, so I can not judge its place in the long term.
I have not tried other model before I bought the'm on a whim and I had no experience of overdrive distortion being more metal. The Blackstar HT-metal allows me to get crunchy sounds but remains ultimately quite "metal" character. With the Green Mile, I have true overdrive.

It is without hesitation that I would do this choice, the price / quality ratio is excellent!

It's good!