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Mooer introduces Yellow Comp Optical Compressor pedal

July 24, 2013
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Mooer has released the Yellow Comp Optical Compressor pedal It has the classical optical compression sound but with smooth attack and decay. The Yellow Comp preserves the original signal transients and sounds amazing.
 
● Tiny package and big sound
● Metal housing
● True Bypass

The Mooer micro pedals are only three times as long as a guitar pick and just a little over 1½" wide – they are brilliantly engineered and built to last.  Dana Teague is a working guitar player and loves the sound of the Yellow Comp “It has a simple, no fuss operation, is quiet, musical and does exactly what an optical compressor is supposed to do – beautiful compression, with a smooth attack and natural decay”.

Input: 1/4" monaural jack (impedance: 470k)
 Output: 1/4” monaural jack (impedance: 1k Ohms) 
Power Requirements: AC adapter 9V DC (center minus plug)
 Current Draw: 10 mA
 Dimensions: 93.5mm (3.68 inches D) × 42mm (1.65 inches W) × 52mm (2.04 inches H)
 Weight:160g  ( 5.64 ounces)

Retail Price:  $99

www.danabgoods.com
 

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