Don't let it's size fool you, this pedal is a absolutely amazing and I look forward to bragging about this pedal in the future.
This small tubescreamer will let you enhance your tone and inspire you live on stage. On bedroom use, it's meh, but in live use, a must and a magic.
The Mooer Audio Mod Factory is an "all in one" pedal. It's a modulation pedal, which contains nothing less than 11 types of modulation effects.
This pedal's only real rival is the one I've mentioned a few times, the Electro-Harmonix POG.
The pedal is fairly straight forward, you select the reverb type you want by use of a mini toggle switch to select either Room, Spring or Shimmer reverb and then used the shared control knobs to tailor the sound to your mix.
It's my favourite pedal to mess around with, due to the sheer amount of ambient craziness you can pull out of this thing.
The ease of use on the Mooer Sky Verb is quite easy and doesn't require a lot of time to get familiar with. The 3 mode switches select the modes and from there you just need to dial in the tone you want.
An analog delay with a very small footprint. The delay itself sounds perfect, dark and smooth.
With the Yellow Comp there's no tone sucking or loss of signal, it simply adds a lot of smooth characteristics to your overall sound and tone. Compared to the Boss CS-3 the Yellow Comp will be the overall winner, it just does all the things the CS-3 can't do.