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Discussion in 'Gear & Equipment' started by Nhoj, Apr 22, 2018.
Is this real yet?
Turns out mooer is secretly owned by Valve.
016 – PHOENIX – Soaring from the flames, the MOOER PHOENIX is a homage to modern, German-designed metal amps. Punchy, dark lower mids, tight low end and gain on tap. The clean channel goes from crystal clear to crispy crunch. The gain channel provides everything from fat Rock rhythms and Heavy Metal riffs to searing lead lines. Ideal for modern, high gain lovers.
017- CALI MK IV – The ultimate in compact and versatile Californian combos comes to the MOOER MICRO PREAMP range. CALI MK IV re-creates 2 channels from one of the most famous modern-day session player combos. The clean channel is shimmering and bouncy, the gain channel can achieve purring blues tones, grinding crunch, and soaring lead sounds.
018- CUSTOM 100- The CUSTOM 100 is modelled on a 100Watt, plexi-based, boutique signature amp. The dual channels span a wide range of EQ and gain settings which make this MICRO PREAMP incredibly versatile. The clean channel can achieve both F style American shimmer and UK style warmth. The drive channel is distinctly Classic British with a modern twist that provides a huge gain range. A great all-rounder.
The "colored lights" comparison is definitely the hot button issue.
I'm more interested in the "rear overload".
Seriously though I hope they fix the input bloat I had on my 200. That thing was so slick and I wanted to like it so much but it just sounded like trash.
I hope someone goes wild with the firmware. Cab sim to XLR only while 4cm? I was hopeful but doubtful this will unseat the 10 year reign of my gsp1101.
not to have
"input bloat" and "rear overload" sounds like a bad Mexican restaurant!
The Mark IV pre is gonna be pretty lacking with only a 3band EQ. Heard some complaints about the Mark 3 pre lacking because of it.
Do they model the actual tone stack of the mark (before distortion) or do they just make a profile that sounds like the amp and tack a three band tone stack on the end? If it's the former you'd probably need a graphic eq pedal after the preamp to really get the mark sound.
2. Added Line/Guitar input switch
3. Stereo Fx Loop
4. Support Tone Capture
6.Midi input and output support Program tone switching
7.Usb Audio (supports bypass monitoring)
8. Support Re-amp
9. Added Synthesizer synthesizer simulation module (similar to boss Sy300)
10. Looper increased to 30Min
The latter. So you'd need an EQ before and after the pedal. Hell I don't even think an EQ would react like a Mark series 3 band.
i really need this i sold all my multi effects.