Smallest Bass graphic equalizer pedal in the world
5-Band Graphic EQ with master level control
+/- 18 dB adjustable gain range per band
Full small and exquisite metal shell
Smallest Bass graphic equalizer pedal in the world. 5-Band Graphic EQ with master level control. +/- 18 dB adjustable gain range per band. Full metal shell. Very small and exquisite. True bypass. Requires DC 9V Adapter power supply.
Graphic B Bass EQ
2.25 x 4.25 x 1.75"
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Alright, I feel compelled to review this pedal being there are currently no other reviews. Lets first get this out of the way: Any acoustic simulator is just that--a simulator. Any acoustic simulator will NEVER sound nearly as good as a real acoustic.
Although I'm mainly a MXR guy, I had a Boss AC-3. I don't dislike Boss by any means--they make a great product. However, the Mooer Acoustikar is simply outstanding. Anyone that's owned the Boss AC-3 can testify to the loud, annoying hiss you get with that pedal. I also personally could never pull a tone out of the Boss that I liked. I instead 'settled' with a tone on the Boss until I came across the Mooer.
This pedal is actually quite quiet. There is a VERY faint hiss as you turn up the 'top' knob. This hiss however is almost unnoticeable especially when compared to the Boss. I had a very easy time arriving at a tone I was happy with too. I also feel this pedal sounds just a bit more 'natural' for an...
Love the small footprint for a pedal board. Very clean and smooth compression. Nice to have a volume control to level out the overall signal path for consistency. The Eq is nice as well as some compressors (pedals) tend to roll off high frequencies. I have it at the very front end of the pedal board chain. Remarkable.
(Note: I was careful to be clear which of the 40+ Mooer pedals I was reviewing in the title, since Amazon reviews for ALL of their pedals get lumped together on a single page!)
I recently purchased the Mooer Rumble Drive because I was while I have far too many overdrive pedals (it's addicting), I realized that one of those elusive tones I did not have represented anywhere was the Dumble Overdrive Special. You would be forgiven as a newer guitarist if you had no idea what a "Dumble" even is...they were boutique amplifiers made in limited numbers, and original Dumbles now sell for $25,000 to $50,000. Since that is obviously out of my budget, the idea of a micro pedal that could approximate those tones for less than $100 is fairly appealing. You've likely heard Dumble tones from guitarists like Carlos Santana, Robben Ford, Stevie Ray Vaughan, and (now) Joe Bonamassa. But until more recently, there were not a lot of "D-style" pedals on the market, and...
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