Just released last fall, Mooer’s Varimolo and WoodVerb Pedals add a range of new effects to your arsenal. Part of the brand’s lineup of compact, durable, and versatile products for guitarists and bassists, they’ll help you replicate the sounds you’ve heard on your favorite records—or create a new sound all your own. Go ‘60s psychedelic with the Varimolo, or try the WoodVerb to add dynamics to your acoustic jam session while keeping its pure tone intact.
Note: At checkout, you’ll have your choice between the newly released Varimolo and WoodVerb, as well as the Ana Echo (- $5), Reecho (- $5), Baby Tuner (- $10), Mod Factory, and ShimVerb. You’ll also have the option to add the Micro Power multi-power supply (+ $10).
This bronze-colored tremolo pedal features three modes that achieve the psychedelic sound first popularized in the ‘60s and later found in indie rock, classic rock, and small pub blues. The Normal mode delivers standard tremolo; the Filter mode ramps the effect up a bit; and the Variable mode adds rhythmic variations based on the original speed.
The color of pale wood, this digital reverb pedal is specifically designed for acoustic guitar players, and provides three types of reverb effects. The Reverb mode simulates a plate reverberation; the Mod mode adds a modulation effect for a more psychedelic sound; and the Filter mode adds a sweeping filter sound.
This red delay pedal offers a full analog circuit for a clear, smooth analog delay sound. It features a 3205 BBD chip with delay times between 20 and 300 milliseconds.
This white tuner features high-precision tuning micro pedals. It’s compatible with most electric and electro-acoustic instruments, from the seven-string guitar to the five-string bass, with a bright display that’s visible even in the strong sunlight.
This lime-green modulation pedal comes with 11 different classic modulation effects. Made with a full metal shell, it features a 32-bit high-performance DSP chip for comparing each individual tone.
This white delay pedal features three different delay modes for a wide range of sounds. Analog mode simulates a warm, smooth echo sound; Real Echo mode simulates a natural echo sound; and Tape Echo mode simulates the sweet, spacy sound from a vintage tape echo machine.
This compact gray reverb pedal offers three different reverb modes. Room mode has true acoustic reverb of varying sizes; Spring mode simulates a classic spring reverb for a vintage ‘60s surfing sound; and Shimmer mode adds a rich overtone for the smooth sound popular in post-rock music.
Great for musicians who need to power multiple pedals at once, the Mooer Micro Power provides a stable 9V DC power supply, with a maximum current of 300 mA per output. All eight outputs have a short-circuit protection design, so that if one output fails, the others can continue working independently. Eight LED indicators display output status for clear viewing, even on a dark stage.
All orders will be shipped by Massdrop.
Estimated ship date is Oct 12, 2017 PT.