Back in November I wrote an article on the then new Mooer Micro Series line. Since then these diminutive little pedals have gone on to become very popular indeed & they now seem to be popping up all over the place! From newer players just beginning to dabble in the world of effects, through to the more seasoned on a tight budget (or with limited space), they've been a big hit for sure!
Anyway, with this (& a quickly expanding line) in mind, the guys in the store have asked me to do a follow up article...
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Posted on November 21, 2012 by James Hamer
As far as effects pedals are concerned, the majority of them tend to fall into one of two categories: cheap & cheerful (which is okay for the younger player, or possibly for those effects that we don't use all that often); or higher priced units whose tried & tested reputation has earned them permanent fixtures on countless players' pedalboards. Whether the effect for you is in one camp or the other depends entirely on the player; however, every now & then a little gem appears on the market that has the potential to straddle both camps.
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