MOOER Micro Series Mod Factory Modulation Pedal

MOOER Micro Series Mod Factory Modulation Pedal

MOOER Micro Series Mod Factory Modulation Pedal

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Product Highlights

  • 11 Classic Modulation Effects
  • True Bypass Footswitch
  • Knobs for Mode, Ctrl 1, Ctrl 2, & Depth
  • Rugged Full-Metal Enclosure
  • Compact Design
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A true jack-of-all trades, the Micro Series Mod Factory from Mooer offers a collection of 11 classic modulation effects including Chorus, Flanger, Phaser, Envelope Phaser, Tremolo, Stutter, Vibrato, Univibe, Auto Wah, Touch Wah, and Envelope Ring Modulator. The 32-bit, high-performance DSP chip offers realistic simulations and tone when compared to the original effects it replicates.

Housed in a full-metal enclosure, the Mod Factory features an array of easy-to-use controls. The Mod knob selects the effect, while Control 1 (CTRL1) adjusts the speed or intensity of the effect. Control 2 (CTRL2) adjusts the tone of the sound, and the Depth knob adjusts the depth of the modulated effect. In addition, true bypass circuitry preserves the quality of your guitar's signal, and an LED indicator shows the on/off status of the pedal. The Mod Factory pedal is powered by a 9 VDC power supply (available separately).

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MOOER Micro Series Mod Factory Modulation Pedal
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    MOOER Mod Factory specs

    Modes Chorus, Flanger, Phaser, Envelope Phaser, Tremolo, Stutter, Vibrato, Univibe, Auto Wah, Touch Wah, Envelope Ring Modulator
    Connections Input: Mono 1/4" / 6.35 mm
    Output: Mono 1/4" / 6.35 mm
    Impedance Input: 470 kOhms
    Output: 100 Ohms
    Power Power Requirements: AC adapter 9 VDC (center negative plug), recommended to use optional Mooer Micro Power
    Current Draw: 128 mA
    Dimensions (D x W x H) 3.7 x 1.7 x 2.0" / 93.5 x 42.0 x 52.0 mm
    Weight 6.0 oz / 170.0 g
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.4 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 4.252 x 2.362 x 1.811"

    MOOER Mod Factory reviews

    Micro Series Mod Factory Modulation Pedal is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 3.
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Great form factor but a little stale and hard to control I replaced many of my top notch pedals (MXR Phase 90, Boss CE-5, Hypnotic Flange, Dunlop Wah-wah, et al.) with this one for both the incredible form factor (this thing is tiny) and the flexibility (more effects than I had initially). Unfortunately, I'm not so impressed. The chorus doesn't stand up to my old CE-5. On top of that, switching between effects is not easy to do. First of all, you have to remember what all the effects are, which takes some time. Then you have to immediately tweak the effect values because switching effects drastically changes what those values control. I wish I had bought something else for my use, but this is passable, especially for the size.
    Date published: 2016-12-23
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from It's so TINY!!! But somehow, not a winner. It's okay. We're spoiled now, and 11 distinct effects in a tiny enclosure are not necessarily a jaw dropper any longer, not even at this affordable price. 10 years ago, this would have been a shock! I liked the stutter trem and the univibe. The tiny tiny type, yellow on green, is a complete joke. Impossible to read, unless you play your guitar laying on your stomach. Even then, are you sure you'd understand all the abbreviations (CH, TW, PH, FL...) quickly enough? All effects are good and reasonably shape-able with the three small controls. However, they feel like they sort of sit on top of your town, don't fully blend with it. A mix control would be helpful. What's worse: There seems to be some odd drop in energy when they're engaged. Not necessarily a volume drop, but your basic tone just becomes anemic. I do believe this is true bypass, so when turned off, tone doesn't seem to suffer. It's weird, I can't quite get excited about this thing, and I'm not sure what precisely it is. Usually, you either feel it right away or you don't, and I wouldn't leave any of these effects on for an entire song. For the occasional special moment this box is fun, unless you're a total tone snob.
    Date published: 2017-01-03
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Versatile, good effects, drains your basic tone. Why is it that every stomp box you ever developed a positive feeling about did ONE thing and one thing only? Why have you never managed to get excited about those Swiss army knife multi effects? Because stomp boxes are supposed to be all about adding character, and character is an individual thing. This little box has a few decent effects on tap, but you'll keep jumping between them, rarely finding one that excites you. I only recommend it if you are using effects rarely and sparingly. Because while the effects are real enough sounding, something odd happens to the rest of your tone when they're engaged. It becomes very anemic, loses a lot of strength and character. It's almost like the effects are glued on top of your tone, not mixed with it. People won't notice, because whatever effect is dialed in will cover this drain, especially when you use the more dramatic ones, such as the stutter tremolo or the wah type modulation(s). So this is good for the occasional intro or bridge, but by no means an always on kind of box. I have not A-B-tested to find out if it influences the signal while bypassed, but I haven't noticed any of that, so I'm assuming whatever drain there may be, is subtle enough to matter only to high end tone snobs.
    Date published: 2016-12-22
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