Mooer The Wahter Guitar Pedal Review

Mooer The Wahter – Wah pedals are often a problem because their size takes up a lot of space on the pedalboard. So it’s no wonder that effect pedal manufacturers today are competing to offer Wah pedals that focus on pedalboard efficiency. We can see how the manufacturer Dunlop once released the Wah Cry Baby Mini 535Q pedal which is half the size of the standard Wah and is considered to provide a balance between wah control and pedalboard efficiency.

This opportunity was also responded to by a brand from China which is well-known as a manufacturer of small pedals and has attracted the attention of many musicians lately. The Mooer The Wahter will address the issue of pedalboard efficiency, even if carried separately in a gigbag or added to a pre-set pedalboard. With a small body that is not much bigger than other Mooer pedals, this pedal has a unique extendability, and all of you will get a different experience.

Mooer The Wahter - Wah guitar pedal

As reviewed on its official website, Wahter offers a classic wah tone while maintaining its small size. The components used are not cans, aka the choice of high-quality electronic components is made to ensure a good response to touch and the resulting smooth tone. Ergonomically, the pressure sensor design is believed to free you from the traditional footswitch design, while allowing you to concentrate on your guitar playing.

The design of the casing and the metal material used with a golden bronze finish make the Wahter a futuristic Mooer’s newest pedal release. The Wahter also features two rings that attach to the pedal which can be extended at the top and become about 13cm from the original 9cm. I think this feature is quite brilliant, which makes this pedal make so much difference in terms of feel and usability

Mooer The Wahter Features

  • Classic Wah tone
  • Solid and durables.
  • Dual activation methods
  • TrueBypass
  • Mini size

Mooer The Wahter Specifications

  • Input: 1/4? monaural jack (impedance: 1M Ohms )
  • Output: 1/4? monaural jack (impedance: 100Ohms)
  • Power Requirements: AC adapter 9V DC (center minus plug), recommended to use Mooer Micro Power
  • Current Draw: 50mA
  • Dimensions: 128mm (D) 55mm (W) 48mm (H)
  • Weight: 460g

Mooer Wahter can be powered with a 9V DC AC Adapter, Mooer Micro Power is recommended. Also, this pedal brings something cool in terms of working mode. In sensor mode, the Wahter is activated simply by pressing the pedal.

This feature is good in terms of quick changes when the pedal is activated/released instantly. With this, we no longer need to bend forward and wait for a click. But we have to be careful too because it’s easy to activate, so making sure this pedal is not active when it’s not needed is the homework of the guitarist so he doesn’t forget to play it while the song is running.

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All the functions and features mentioned above seem to be applicable and make it easy for you to use them. You just need to take the time to master and look at the manual, then choose which one is most suitable for your playing style.

In general, I’m very impressed with the thought and functionality that this Wahter Mooer pedal provides. We both know that micro pedals have become a worldwide hit due to the fact that you can fit more effects into a smaller space. The Wahter is more than just applicable, You also have a sound that is not inferior to standard wah while saving money and space.

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