Mooer Mod Factory vs Nux Mod Core

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  1. sleejay80

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    Both are multi-modulation pedals that have simple controls.
    (And no-LCD, a feature I just can't stand, or else I'd get a Zoom MS-50)

    Has anyone tried both?
    Which has more quality, convincing, vintage-voiced tones?
     
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    From what I read on the internet, is that the nux is crap quality. The mooer seems not to good either.

    Both can't touch the zoom ms50g. ...

    Tape the LCD. Or adjust it's darkness...
     
  4. tuj

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    I hated the Mod Factory. Forget it. Get a malekko.
     
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    That bad? I was considering a Mod Factory to put into my Superego's loop. Anyone know of any other small multieffects?
     
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    Malekko has a small mutli-modulation unit???
     
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    Then you wouldn't be able to change the settings.
     
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    The MS50G has a feature where you can dim the display after a set amount of seconds. Mooer was supposed to come out with a Mod Factory Pro that was supposedly not much more than the standard Mod Factory.

    [​IMG]
     
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    So I guess no one has tried both?
     
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    Don't waste your money. They are "OK" for a begginer who wants to see which effect is what and which effect to get in a single pedal and proper quality.
     
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    Haven't tried the mooer but I got the nux, have to agree with previous comments that it sounds as cheap as it is! I very rarely use any modulation so thought I could chuck it on my board for the rare occasion I needed something... Lasted 1 gig!
     
  12. drbob1

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    I have the NUX and WAY prefer Zoom or Digitech. Just not very inspiring sounding.
     
  13. sleejay80

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    Which Digitech?
     
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    I was thinking of the iStomp being the most similar to the Nux. If you want it, I'll sell the Nux to you cheap, I have no use for it!
     
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    I have a Mod Factory. It has maybe 2 or 3 usable sounds but it's very inconvenient to change the sounds during a gig. You have to adjust all of the settings. And the worst part about it is when you engage the pedal there is a substantial volume drop. This thread has reminded me that I have to take it off my gig board and put my regular tremolo pedal back on.
     

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