As one of the most popular loop pedals of the year, Moozikpro looper won the crowd over as a stellar combination of strong build, micro size, and basic yet highly effective design. If you like your pedals basic but on-point, this is the one to check out.
In a nutshell, this is a solid pedal with an affordable price. We took it out for a spin to see if there’s more than meets the eye to this dude, you can check out our summary right below.
The looper is packed in a metal light blue-to-gray casing, featuring a light weight of 11.7 ounces and a compact size of 5.7 x 2.8 x 3.7 inches. With the increasing number of interesting effects, we grew into great fans of micro pedals as they help you to pack a significantly higher number of quality stomp-boxes into your pedalboard, and this fella fits the bill perfectly.
On the inside, the device has the ability to store up to 10 minutes of recorded loop material, which is way more than most of you folks will ever need. Additionally, the pedal offers unlimited overdubs and comes with a free PC application for you to import and export your loops in .WAV format.
This is a mono device, meaning that you will get a single input and one output. So only on instrument can be plugged in and no stereo rigs, which is perfectly fine with most guitarists.
One of the things we also like about this puppy is the internal memory feature, which safely stores your loops so that even a power cut can’t harm them. Note that a pair of 11-inch 1/4-inch cables is included in the price, which is nice.
As noted, the controls are basic, simple, yet highly effective. In our opinion, having just one knob and a set of standard controls covers the needs of the vast majority of musicians, and this fella has it all.
Specifically, we are looking at a single Level knob to adjust the amount of the loop effect that gets infused into your final audio output, as well as a single footswitch and a status LED indicator.
As for that footswitch, it’s standard stuff when dealing with a single-switch model: tap once to start recording, tap twice to end the recording, press for a few seconds to erase the recorded loop. It requires a bit of tap dancing over that switch, but no biggie if you ask us.
On the sonic side, the audio quality is great – authentic and organic sound regardless of the other effects you decided to enrich your sonic attack with. On the other side, the controls are smooth and fairly easy to use. So while a single footswitch will never be better than two or more footswitches, this fella is as easy to use as one-switch models can be.
The value for money is a really strong factor here, and we have to say that the listed price can hardly get you a significantly better deal. We like the space-saving compact size, we like the sound quality, and we like the ease of use. It’s a one-switch pedal, and that’s not better than a two-switch pedal, but once again – for the listed price you really can’t beat it. Good stuff!