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Mooer debuts 2 new Micro Preamps, the Taxidea Taxus and Brown Sound

Amp-in-a-box pedals pack dual channels and cab sims

Mooer’s Micro Preamps have been winning fans the world over, including Slayer’s Gary Holt, Judas Priest’s Andy Sneap and Cradle Of Filth - not to mention MusicRadar - and now the Chinese mini-effect giant has announced two new models, the 014 Taxidea Taxus and 015 Brown Sound.

The 014 Taxidea Taxus - that’s Latin for American badger, fact fans - is based on a low-wattage contemporary amp head that spans blues to vintage high-gain.

No prizes for guessing what the 015 Brown Sound is inspired by, but it targets a certain shred icon’s ’90s-era tone - as Mooer puts it, the 015 “will have you Jumping all the way to Panama as your audience is sure to Erupt with joy when you whip out face-melting shred licks from days gone by”. Subtle, eh?

As per Mooer’s existing Micro Preamps, these two will be available for $99 apiece. Head over to Mooer Audio for more info.

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