Mooer Audio Announces the Tone Capture Pedal and CT01 Tuner

The pedal samples the sound of your pickup and creates a detailed digital guitar model using Mooer’s proprietary “dynamic layer” IR technology.

Shenzhen, China (August 15, 2019) -- Mooer Audio have launched two new and compact additions to their product line-up for August – The CT01 Tuner and the Tone Capture Micro Pedal.

The CT01 Tuner is Mooer’s first clip-on guitar and bass tuner and is the perfect companion to the pedalboard-essential Baby Tuner. A bright and colorful display, intuitive user interface, and a mechanical hinge with a rotatable display keep things easy-to-read in any position. Tuning range is adjustable from 435 to 445 HZ.

The CT01 Tuner will be available August 15, 2019.

For those that don’t want to carry more than one guitar to a gig, Mooer gives you the Tone Capture Guitar Micro Pedal. Similar to the GE300’s Tone Capture feature, The Tone Capture Guitar Pedal can sample any guitar, provided it has some form of pickup, and create a detailed digital Guitar model using Mooer’s proprietary “dynamic layer” IR technology. The Tone Capture Guitar pedal can also function as a standalone EQ pedal with 7 slots for Tone Capture or EQ presets. Users can also choose between true bypass or buffer bypass modes.

The Tone Capture Guitar pedal will be available from official Mooer dealers and distributors worldwide on August 15, 2019.

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