Mooer unveils the R7 Reverb, packing seven reverb modes into a micro pedal

No room on your ‘board for an expansive spring reverb tank?

Mooer's R7

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Mooer has unveiled the latest entry to its ‘7’ series of micro pedals, the R7 reverb. The unit, similarly to other entries in the range, offers a number of different operating modes, as well as the ability for presets to be saved and recalled.

The seven reverb modes are as follows: Room, Hall, Church, Cave Plate, Spring and Mod. The diminutive unit has room for five knobs: HC and LC control a high-cut and a low-cut respectively, Level controls the overall volume of the reverb trail, Decay controls how fast the effect fades and Pre-DLY controls the amount of the reverb’s pre-delay. While the pedal doesn’t offer true-bypass, it does allow for trails to optionally continue after you disengage the effect.

Beside the five control knobs you’ll find the ‘save’ button, which stores the current position of the controls into the pedal, recalled when you select the reverb mode again. Modes are changed by pressing this once, and presets saved by holding this button down.

Hear the pedal in action with Mooer’s demo video below:

The pedal lists for an affordable $99. Find out more over at mooeraudio.com. For more gear news, click here.

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