MOOER Slow Engine

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Mooer Audio

Mooer has done all musicians a big favor by faithfully recreating the incredibly expensive Boss Slow Gear SG-1 guitar effects pedal and turning it into the Slow Engine, a budget-friendly pedal barely bigger than a roll of quarters. The Slow Engine silences the attack of your guitar signal to give you a classic volume swell effect that you don’t have to execute using your hands. The Slow Engine’s simple control layout features sensitivity and attack knobs, plus it comes with true bypass.

Brand: MOOER


  • Like a guitarist control the volume knob ,cut off he sound head, sound like a violin
  • Full metal shell
  • Very small and exquisite
  • True bypass
  • DC 9V Adapter power supply

Publisher: KMC Music Inc

Release Date: 30-10-2014

Details: The Mooer Audio Slow Engine replicates the mesmerizing sound of a player working the guitar volume knob or drawing a bow across the strings. Whether used alone or in combination with other effects, the Slow Engine can add a whole new dimension to your playing and create dramatic, attention grabbing effects when soloing. The simplistic 2-knob layout of the Slow Engine includes Attack and Sense controls you can create a wide variation of tones to suit the desired textures you are going for. The Mooer Slow Engine is a true bypass pedal so it won t alter your tone when not in use. Its compact design will also leave a small footprint on your pedal board to allow room for more effects in your arsenal. The all-metal casing will withstand all you can dish out and will survive the rigors of the road. Get your Mooer Audio Slow Engine Volume Swell Bowed Effect Pedal today at the guaranteed lowest price from Sam Ash Direct with our 45-day return and 60-day price protection policy.

EAN: 6943206790921

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  1. Herb

    Incredibly straightforward and doesn’t eat up too much pedalboard real estate. Sounds good, but I wish it came with volume control. It’s hard to hear the volume swell without a volume boost.