Mooer Flex Boost, boost pedal, 2.25 x 4.25 x 1.75"
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The Mooer Fog along with the Woolly Mammoth is like no other fuzz tones I have heard. A lot say you can get them to sound like Big Muff pedals. But I disagree. The Mooer Fog delivers a synth-like type of fuzz. Also, the words “snarly” as well as, “nasally” come to mind when I hear these pedals. At times, the sound tends to remind me of bit-crusher sounds. I know that there are many bass guitar players out there that swear by both the Mooer Fog as well as the Zvex Woolly Mammoth. I must be honest, I do not enjoy the sound of this pedal in general.
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This is a very simple yet effective phaser pedal. It also sounds good and can definitely be compared to the MXR’s Phase 90 in terms of the way it sounds. I’d much rather buy the Mooer Ninety orange instead of the actual MXR. The reason is simple. You get a great sounding phaser pedal with two voicings in a compact pedal for an affordable price. But, if I must be honest, If someone gave me the opportunity to trade in the Mooer for an actual 1974 script phase, I’d take it. Only because they were, and still are such sought-after phaser pedals. This is one of my favorite pedals in this range. It is the Rumble drive and apparently, is based on the famous and expensive “Zen Drive” pedal. However, I have my reservations about that. Having said that, the Rumble is a very responsive and dynamic pedal. What this means is that it reacts to the way in which you play., So if you play harder, it will respond differently to if you were to play softer. Ruble Drive Clone vs Zendrive PREAMP LIVE has been designed from the ground up to be the ultimate digital preamp modeller for use in a live situation. Every control feature has been carefully thought out to be intuitive and providVintage: Based off of the 1974 Phase 90, often referred to as the “Script” version because of its script-like font.
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Do you need this pedal? This is an exceptionally hard Mooer pedal to review. Due to the fact that, in my opinion, does not serve much of a purpose on the average pedal board. This is not an essential effect. Unless of course, you’ve written a song/part with this pedal. Or, you’re trying to recreate a particular sound that this pedal can produce. Other than those two reasons, it is quite hard to recommend this pedal for any specific need. Unless of course, you need a guitar pedal for super Mario sound. The first is that the Mooer pedals have very similar coloring to the original pedals from which they based on. LP (Low Peak): The Low peak setting works more like a boost. Some pedal enthusiasts say that it works like a clean boost. But, to my ear, there’s definitely grit to the sound, even when used as a boost.
For many players this is a question of cost - i.e. getting their hands on more affordable pedals, while for me it’s always about quality and relative standing within that enclosure-size category - i.e. does that pedal warrant its place on your board. I must definitely point out that the Flex Boost has got some grit to it. As soon as you start to turn the gain knob up from zero, you can hear some light and pleasant overdrive. How does it compare to the AC Booster? It comes pretty darn close to the real thing. However, as is the case with a lot of clone pedals, they just miss out on not sounding quite as “organic” as the originals. Still, a great sounding low-gain boost/overdrive pedal.
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The Diamond compressor is a big yellow pedal. Therefore it is pretty obvious that the name, “yellow comp” means it is a clone of the Diamond. The diamond is an amazing pedal/. However, it is quite pricey. And, relatively hard to come by. I believe that the Diamond comp is easily beaten by the sound of the Nova Comp by T-Rex. It is my favorite compressor pedal ever so perhaps I am a little biased. Rounding Up My Mooer Pedals Review
This is indeed a clone of the Big Muff by Electro-Harmonix. All of the characteristics mentioned above about the Mooer. Are those typical tonal characteristics of a class Big Muff. We all know the original muff to be an exceptionally large pedal. And, one this is not pedalboard friendly. For that reason, the Triangle Buff is a good choice as it is quite literally a fraction of the size of a proper Big Muff Fuzz.