The "Reecho" Echo pedal by Mooer, delivers! Compact and with easy to use controls, makes this ideal - if like me, you don't want to lug around lots of extra kit and intend to build a small board of selected effects.
Nice solid metal shell, bright & clearly seen onboard light on any stage. Controls are easy to use and make changes. The pedal comes with an panel diagram leaflet/manual too. I think it's a shame that Mooer don't include a "Put the controls in this format to get these sounds . . . " as a type of 'starter' instructions but it doesn't take too long to discover it's worth the effort to explore - there are some excellent sounds here!
The sound is much richer and has more depth than the onboard effects on my Roland Cube 40XL. The sound is wider and more open too. The variations that I'm able to get are superb and of course much more adjustable than the amps onboard effects.
The Analog/Real/Tape selection switch is a winner - personally love the tape sounds! Analog is warm, Real is like it says, sounds like a real environment, and Tape is itself. If you've ever had a tape echo in the past and loved it, you'll really like this pedal! (I have and I can't get off the tape at the moment - even though the others sound superb.)
I figured that by the time I'd purchased all the necessary Boss footswitches for the onboard effects, I might as well spend the difference and have the flexibility! Very glad I did! This is an excellent pedal . . !!
I purchased this along with the Micro Looper and the Mooer Micro Power Supply. As always with Thomann, all arrived safely and quickly - I'm a big fan of Thomann!
All worked fine, however, my amp caused an earth loop problem with the pedals, causing a 50 Hertz hum/buzz. (Yes it was my amp - not the pedal!) At first I wasn't sure what was causing it, so contacted Thomann Guitar Department via email.
Here I want to say a BIG Thank You! to the "Thomann Guitar Team" and especially 'Ali', for great response and genuine feedback and interest in my problem.
Good news is that there's a simple fix for this, so read on if you have a Roland amp that has a two core mains cable and want to use external pedals that are also two core mains.
If the amp is constructed/wired correctly, without a 'mains-ground' through the electricity plug, then each 1/4 jack input of the amplifier should be grounded to the chassis at the factory. (Always find somebody that is qualified with test equipment to verify this first!)
If you have a jack input which you are not using, you simply make the following lead: Single core, (inside plastic sheath), good quality copper ground-wire, soldered to the ground sleeve/tag of a jack-plug, and at the other end to a 3 core mains electric plug attached once again to the ground pin only. Plug in the jack to any spare input-socket and the plug into the mains electricity.
BINGO . . NO GROUND HUM with pedals that also have a two core flex/cable!
This is a major fix for all the Roland's that have a two core mains cable, without ground wire. Especially the Cube XL range - don't know about the more recent models - but if they too do not have a three pin with ground plug, then this fix should also work on those!
I say it's a major fix, as I'm sure that many people have at least one of the many inputs on their Roland amps, that they don't use. (Cannot be used on Headphones/Recording or Auxiliary inputs - obviously.)
Great thing is that you have not had to open up the amp, make any internal changes, and the cost - in Spain in euros - was EUR12.00, time and materials! - Fantastic value.
Anyway hope that helps anybody with a similar problem! Mooer Pedals - GREAT!
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