Mooer MME2 Mod Factory MKII Modulation Pedal
MOD FACTORY MKII contains 11 algorithms straight out of our award-winning MOD FACTORY PRO. All the usual suspects are there such as Chorus, Flange, Trem and Phase but it also sports a cool new low-bit effect and ring modulator that have proven very popular with the PRO version. Following feedback from end users, the signal to noise ratio has been greatly improved over the original and your guitar tone will remain full and present when you turn the pedal on. To enhance the experience even further, real-time tap tempo and acceleration functions have been added and can be accessed via the soft touch, momentary footswitch. MOD FACTORY MKII also has an option for SERIES/PARALLEL. The SERIES/PARALLEL switch toggles between serial and parallel internal signal chain routing. This effectively provides 2 very different sounds from each modulation type. Features: *Digital Multi Modulation pedal with 11 different algorithms *SERIES/PARALLEL routing control *TAP TEMPO control *ACCELERATION feature Specification: Input: 1/4” mono audio jack.（Impedance: 470Ω） Output: 1/4” mono audio jack（Impedance: 100 Ω） Power requirements: 9V DC Current Draw: 160mA Dimensions: 93.5mm(D) x 42mm(W) x 52mm(H) Weight: 146g
It’s a cheap pedal that does a lot. It would be a neat compact addition to any board based on versatility alone. Don’t expect stellar studio quality sounds, you won’t find them. That said, you’ll find lots of stuff that’s very useable. The tremolo is an absolute standout and dialling in beautiful shimmer is so easy and addictive. The phaser, flanger and chorus all provide very useable sounds. I have a dedicated high quality chorus unit already and bought the Mod Factory primarily for a bit of tremolo and occasional subtle flanging and phasing. This does what I need!