Tone 1 – Animals/DG78/Wall/Final Cut: The Mooer pedals are very close to the original pedals they are designed to clone. The Flex Boost is a clone of the Xotic AC Booster, which is very similar to the Colorsound Powerbooster. The ElecLady is possibly the best Electric Mistress model on the market today, regardless price.
Tone 2 – Delicate/PULSE/Gdansk: The Bass Muff is as close as you’ll get to the old Sovtek tank Muffs. The Boss BD2 could easily cover for a Colorsound Powerboost but it’s really a close resemblance of the Tube Driver and it works just as good as a booster as an overdrive. The Mooer Ensemble King is very close to the classic Boss CE2 chorus and it has a mix level control.
Tone 3 – Alternative, versatile setup: The Mooer Black Secret is an excellent clone of the RAT distortion, including the hyped LM308 chip. Extremely versatile pedal that can cover anything from overdrive to Muff and fuzz tones. The EHX Soul Food has a bit too much mid range for boosting a Big Muff but it’s a hard to beat overdrive that can easily double for the Tube Driver. This alternative setup goes equally well with either the ElecLady or Chorus Ensemble and even a phaser or UniVibe.
The Flashback Delay is one of the best delays on the market, with studio quality tones and the extremely versatile Tone Print function. Treat yourself to this pedal. It’ll cover all the delay and echo tones you’ll need.