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Mooer Bass Sweeper

Dynamic Envelope filter for bass and guitar

  • Unique funky filter sounds
  • Switch between 'clean' and 'Fuzz'
  • Metal casing
  • True bypass
  • 2 modes (Clean / Fuzz)
  • Input: Jack (Impedance: 220 ohms)
  • Output: Jack (Impedance: 1.4 kOhm)
  • Dimensions (LxWxH): 93.5 x 42 x 52 mm
  • Weight: 160 g
  • Power supply not included in delivery
Note: Register your purchase at www.w-distribution.de/Warranty for an extended warranty of 4 years.
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Effect Types Envelope Filter

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compact and good sounding pedal
Jens8885, 17.02.2014
It's clear that this pedal is an Electro Harmonix bass balls clone. And a good one at that! It sounds practically the same. The sensitivity knob does what the one on the bass balls does and the switch adds the same kind of fuzzy distortion the bass balls can give you.

and it doesn't stop there. with the Bass Balls you have to op up the pedal to be able to adjust the two filters. Not with the sweeper! The good people at Mooer have put to little knobs on there to adjust these filters without having to open up the pedal, which is a nice extra.

So, if you're thinking about buying a Bass Balls, look into the sweeper. It takes up a lot less space on your pedalboard, sounds the same and has the filter knobs in reach. I own both (bass balls & sweeper), but it's the sweeper that's permanently on my board.
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mooertastic.....
11.07.2015
bought this pedal after reading a few reviews and watching a few videos.
its brilliant, you can change the wah effect from upper through to lower ranges like on a wah pedal. the fuzz when put to max kicks butt and when added to a chorus and compression ped' really generates a cool sound.
this thing is smaller than my mobile phone and fits perfectly into my bass tool kit box.
it doesn't use a battery which could actually put some players off but then if you have a good power pack it's never an issue.
makes simple riffs sound funky and brings a new element to your playing.
big thumbs up and pretty good pricing makes this a real bonus..
rock on.
6months on this hasn't stopped pulling of tricks. mega pedal.
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Handy, small and affordable pedal to have
NunoTho, 05.01.2019
Delivers a pretty nice sound considering you can wrap your whole hand in it! It's really fun to mess with, but kind of a one trick pony for such a quirky effect. There are a few things that should be noted though.
1- I prefer when the 'Fuzz' is engaged but it gives you a boost in volume when you activate the pedal. The intensity knob reduces the effect itself and not the volume output (which I guess could have been another feature).
2- I play my bass with the knob that controls treble half way turned and even then I found it better to turn it all down. This pedal picks up every string 'pluck' or 'smack' on the pick-ups reproduces it with a very piercing high sound unless you play more calmly. But maybe that's something I'll get used to or fix with more fine tuning on the preamp that's running before.
I basically bought it so I didn't have pay for shipment. Overall, for the price (!!), it's a great sounding pedal and with some other pedals running delivers very tasty sounds that I'm sure will be using!
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Nice little toy for the occasional bass freak out
Fred739, 09.04.2018
I consider this a nice toy for use with my bass on the odd occasion, say for a whacky bass solo, or the odd bit of funk fueled mayhem. It doesn't break the bank and you can get some decent funky tones out of it with the various controls it has; however if you're looking for a dedicated, high quality envelope filter pedal, I'd look elsewhere. For the odd use here and there tough, it's fine.
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