NAMM 2017: We already know that Mooer will be bringing its Devin Townsend signature Ocean Machine delay/reverb pedal to NAMM, but we've also caught wind of a 10-strong new product line of preamp mini pedals.
Each pedal is a digital recreation of a classic valve amp, and packs treble, mid, bass, volume and gain controls, as well as switchable channels and cabinet modelling.
Mooer has yet to confirm what each preamp is based on, but judging from the enclosures, we can expect models inspired by Marshall, Vox, EVH, Mesa/Boogie and Fender amps, and even a few boutique brands, possibly Bogner, Friedman and Matchless.
UPDATE: Ola Englund has verified that four of the pedals are based on the Diezel Hagen, Mesa/Boogie Mark III, EVH 5150 and Engl Blackmore in the demo video below.
Chasing the corner of the market that's occupied by the Sansamp "character" series then, maybe? If that's the case, I'd definitely be interested in, say, an Orange or Ampeg sim DI with that teeny Mooer footprint.
Heck, a Boogie Mk III sim would be interesting in itself. They may be onto some winners here if they go for the more unusual amp types (not sure who uses Matchless apart from Pearl Jam though...?)
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