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    New "Spark" pedal line from Mooer

    I actually really like this form factor. Jacks on the back mean that it's just as small as the little 1590A enclosures width-wise, you can put them right next to each other on your board, AND it's more stable so it doesn't tip over when you stomp on it at an angle. Knobs mean that it's "set and forget" rather than "tweak," but that's not typically a huge deal for me. Not a big fan of the plastic pushbutton switches rather than the mini two-way toggles (potential durability problems) but it's not the end of the world.

    Will be interested to see how much they cost, and if you'll be able to get them from China super-cheap like the previous line.

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    So much win!


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    I just....what?

    I need all of them, thats bloody wonderful

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    Mooer have some very interesting stuff coming out this month at the Shanghai Music Show. I'm currently discussing getting something from them that's still a little bit secret...
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    Wow. I LOVE that the knobs aren't in the foot-path!

    I'm currently thinking about boosting up my pedals in the back row of my pedal board, so that I don't accidentally bump the knobs of the pedals in the front row trying to activate them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leon View Post
    Wow. I LOVE that the knobs aren't in the foot-path!
    I need a boost pedal like this. Either that, or those knobs that are flush with the case and need turned with a screwdriver

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    Those look awesome.

    It seems TC is trying to join in this mini scene too with the Spark Mini Booster and HoF Mini announced today, but I think Mooer is still ahead (at least in variability).

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