Welcome to the Mooer Mod Factory discussion thread! [I have searched for similar and found none] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nwTLsfQq75Y This video is probably the most detailed but there are others on the YouTube and Webs. I've been in the search for a simple pedal that could do a variety of modulation effects and this one seems to be a very neat little solution to try all those effects and a simple solution for Live use (not for the studio, imo; the sounds are a bit over the threshold for digital acceptance) that I pretend to use with a delay, reverb and looper after an acoustic guitar, in my bass amplifier's FX loop AND in my guitar amplifier's FX Loop. Although not at the same time, ha! The size is small, app. the same size as the Ditto Looper, any other Mooer pedal, and some other of those "mini" pedals, but slightly smaller than the EHX Nano series. If it's to compare to the other Mooer pedals then the build quality will be excellent for a mass produced unit but it will be a PITA to repair if anything should break because of the small size. But for an affordable (in the TGP world) 100,00$ Give-or-Take, it's a risk worth taking. Some of the questions we could debate would be: - With it's variety of Modulation effects, but also the Auto Wah and Touch Wah; where in the signal chain would you place this unit? Infront of the amplifier, after or before boosts? In the FX Loop? On a shelf for display? - Is this pedal designed exclusively for Guitar amplification or would it be acceptable to put it in a Bass amplifier's signal path or even an acoustic guitar? - DO you find this kind of pedal useful, or do you prefer some other solution? - Are there any alternatives for that price and in that range of pedals? - What's your favorite color? Definetly not that lime green the pedal seems to come in, yikes.