It features all the effects from the GE Series but with an ultra-lightweight, compact design that fits in most gig bags and backpacks.

Shenzhen, China (October 8, 2019) -- Introducing the the Mooer GE150 - the standard in compact and portable multi effects. Featuring the same high-quality amp models, effects, and intuitive UI expected from the GE Series of multi effects pedals but with an ultra-lightweight, compact design that fits in most gig bags and backpacks.

Offering support for USB OTG (on-the-go), users can record directly in to their compatible smartphone or tablet or go directly in to a Mac or PC via USB cable.

The GE150 will be available starting September 17th. Please contact your sales representative for pricing and availability in your area.

Features:

  • 55 high-quality amp models from the Micro Preamp series. Supports third-party impulse response files to get the same dynamics and feel of a real tube amp.
  • Up to 9 effect types with 151 different effects total.
  • Tap Tempo function.
  • Expression pedal allows you to control multiple values by one touch.
  • Firmware update via USB port.
  • Fully functioning looper with 80-second capacity
  • Headphone output for silent practice.
  • Auxiliary audio input and built-in tuner.
  • 40 drum rhythms and 10 metronome options.
  • OTG output for compatible smartphones and tablets.

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