NAMM 2017 One of the pedals we’ve been hearing a lot of buzz about in the days coming up to NAMM 2017 was the new and exciting Mooer Ocean Machine, a delay/reverb workstation that is the signature pedal of riff wizard and musical mastermind Devin Townsend. As we all know, Devin is a huge user of ambient guitar tones, and he worked tirelessly with Mooer to create a double effects unit that will allow the user to create their own layers of lush delays and reverb tones as well as some of Devins own sounds.
Some features include:
-Two independent delays with 17 different delay types, up to two seconds of delay time, tap tempo, sub division, and optional ping-pong effect.
-A high fidelity spacious reverb with nine different reverb types and shimmer effect.
-An audio looper with 32 MB of storage memory providing a total of up to 60 seconds of recording time and half speed/reverse effects.
-All basic delay and reverb parameters can be adjusted via dedicated control knobs for fast and easy adjustment on the fly and programmable order of effects chain.
-8 banks with 3 presets on each, providing a total of 24 preset spaces.
Another exciting line coming from Mooer are these ten mini pedals which all emulate the pre-amp and EQ sections of some of the most revered electric guitar amplifiers, from the 5150 to the Mesa Mark III. Each pedal has two A/B channels with on-board memory that lets you keep different EQ settings for each channel. They also have on-board cabinet simulation. These are amazing tools that would be excellent devices to have on hand in any recording session, or for the player who has a power amplifier already – grab a couple of these and throw five or six completely different amplifiers into your backpack on the way to a show or session!
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