MOOER Announced E7 Synth, New Micro Series Guitar Effect Pedal

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MOOER E7 Synth is a new synth pedal in the new Micro Series that transforms every guitar in a Synthesizer without any mods

The wave of synthesizer pedals continues. After the Boss SY1 and Source Audio C4 Synthesizer pedal, the Chinese manufacturer Mooer has introduced a new hardware synth effect.

E7 Synth is a new Synthesizer pedal in the new Mooer Micro Series that can transform a guitar into a synth, without the need for special pickups or instrument modifications. It features 7 different types of synth tones including 8-bit, pads or trumpet. On the interface, it offers adjustable attack value, speed of the arpeggiator as well as high-cut and a low cut frequency.


MOOER E7 Synth


Utilizing the same form factor as the TONE CAPTURE GTR pedal, the E7 is characterized by 7 LED lights down the left side to indicate which one of the seven analog synth effects have been selected.

The choice of synth tones ranges from trumpet and organ-like effects to ambient synth pads and even an 8-bit setting reminiscent of classic video game soundtracks.


  • 7 different types of brand-new synth tones.
  • Adjustable Speed of Arpeggiator.
  • Adjustable Attack value.
  • Individual Arpeggiator toggle switch.
  • High Cut and Low Cut function.
  • 7 preset save slots.
  • Firmware upgradeable via USB.

Mooer E7 Synth Pedal will available soon. Price TBC but expect it to be around £/$99.

More information here: Mooer

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