The new Mooer Micro Series A7 Ambiance and D7 Delay pedals come with unique seven-slot functions, which should give players a wide range of options.
These two new reverb and delay mini-pedals are the latest offering from Chinese effects manufacturer Mooer. Aa part of their Micro Series they are, of course, small and so won’t hog loads of space on your pedalboard.
Mooer A7 Ambiance
First up is the new A7 Ambiance which offers seven ambient and psychedelic reverb effects, as the name suggests. These are called plate, hall, warp, shake, crush, shimmer and dream. There is an infinite trail setting, as well as an option to store a preset for each of the slots.
RRP – USD 99
Mooer D7 Delay
Next is the new D7 Delay pedal which works on the same principle as the A7 Ambiance. This time though, you get six delay types including, tape, liquid, rainbow, galaxy, modverse and low bit. The seventh setting is a very useful 150-second looper, which makes this a neat little pedal for adding some layering to your live sound.
It also features a tap-tempo, which makes it perfect for use in a band scenario as well.
RRP – USD 99
Both pedals are pretty well-priced and we already know Mooer can do time-based effects well. The Devin Townsend Ocean Machine and GE300 models from the company are both well-received and popular pedals.
I think the prices are reasonable for what you get. What it all comes down to is how well-implemented the design is and what they actually sound like. Some Mooer mini-pedals have a cult following already, so if these are any good they could become very popular with gigging musicians.