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Mooer Graphic G Guitar Equalizer Effects Pedal
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The Mooer Graphic G Guitar Equalizer is the smallest guitar equalizer pedal in the world which makes it extremely handy for players with full pedal b...Read More
The Mooer Graphic G Guitar Equalizer is the smallest guitar equalizer pedal in the world which makes it extremely handy for players with full pedal boards. It's 5-band graphic EQ with master level control lets you dial in your sound exactly how you want. It also features an ±18dB adjustable gain range per band. It's full metal casing makes it durable and road ready and like most great effects pedals it has true bypass.
A graphic equalizer with 5-band EQ that will fit on any pedal board.
- Smallest guitar graphic equalizer pedal in the world
- 5-Band Graphic EQ with master level control
- ±18dB adjustable gain range per band
- Full metal shell
- Pedalboard friendly
- True bypass
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Graphic G Guitar Equalizer Effects Pedal
- Frequency Centers: 100Hz, 250Hz, 630Hz, 1.6kHz, 4kHz
Input: 1/4" monaural jack (impedance: 470k Ohms)
Output: 1/4" monaural jack (impedance: 1k Ohms)
Power Requirements: AC adapter 9V DC (center minus plug)
Current Draw: mA
Dimensions: 1.6535" (W) x 2.0472" (H) x 3.6811" (D)
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- Compact Design
- Excellent Sound Quality
Comments about Mooer Graphic G Guitar Equalizer Effects Pedal:
I've been working on a new pedal board and needed
a) a buffer in front of the board to preserve the highs
b) an easy way to adjust the guitar input level of my stereo rig, so that when I changed guitars I could compensate for pickup strength without fiddling with the gain on two amps
c) I did not want to give up pedal board real estate. I'm building a smaller board.
I strongly considered using an EP-Booster up front and found a used one but then I realized it was version 1 so i could not dial in unity gain. That was important because that's my reference point for the various guitars I will plug into the front of it. Otherwise it gets confusing. For example you'll have to dial it up and keep your stat's volume knob on 10, while you'll have to dial it back down to 0 yet still get a 3db boost) and then you'll still keep your SG's volume knob on 0.5 or 0.75 LOL
I love the sound of the EP-Booster but I needed v2 so I returned it and decided to find a v2. Then I ran into this. I compared it side by side with a TC Electronics spark mini boost. They were both very quiet and as you dial them up you heard more hiss from the amp of course. But the beauty if this little EQ is that you can dial that hiss away, and you can boost the mids or the low end and dial in the EP booster type sweet fatness you want. Think of it this way, This is an 18db clean boost buty 6 tone controls! Well worth the money. I don't expect it to last forever for this price, but it's inexpensive, very versitile and does what I need it to do. And it helped me experiment with eq in various different parts of the pedal board that I never could easily slide an EQ into.
So this is the first real review of this thing. Belive me I looked for them. I recommend this pedal. Not only is it inexspensive, its also small and versitile. Another bonus is that it's so small you can fit it almost anywhere on your board. It turned out that it doesn't sound good in front of a Fulltone Plimsoul, cause the Plimsoul's manual even says it prefers to be the first in the chain to react to the pickups high impedence to give you the best dynamics. So now I have this 2nd after hte Plimsoul. If I want to shape the eq of the distortion, bam it's easy to put a mid range boost on top of the mids the plimsoul will give. And if I just want a flat eq with a 0 to 1 db boost, I just bend over and move the siders. Perfect! Just what I needed.