TC Electronic MojoMojo Overdrive
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Overdrive heaven is just a stomp away.
The TC Electronic MojoMojo Overdrive Guitar Effects Pedal is the overdrive pedal that will breathe life, magic and that certain something into your sound, making your playing stand out.
Guitarists everywhere are always looking for that little extra push over the cliff, a touch of magic to their sound that gives just that extra bit of bite, body and tone. MojoMojo Overdrive will give you that flash of perfection every time you engage it, providing a crisp and clear overdrive with a rock-solid bottom end.
A sweet blues lead, an extra chunky rhythm tone or a soaring solo, it's all there - and then some. MojoMojo Overdrive is equipped with separate bass and treble controls and a bass-response voice toggle that prevents your bass frequencies from ever disappearing when you step on the pedal.
For maximum mojo, MojoMojo Overdrive features true bypass, an easy-access battery hatch, a small footprint and the highest-grade components.
One of the reasons why this is such a dynamic pedal is the fact that TC Electronic use a special circuit that ramps up the voltage to more than 3-4 times the amount of your typical drive pedals. However, this added gain isn't used to squeeze more overdrive/distortion out of the pedal, but to dramatically increase the headroom and dynamics.
The result? One of the most alive overdrives you have ever heard, a pedal that defines all that is magic about overdriven sounds and a pedal that responds to your playing in dynamic and ultra-musical ways. It cleans up when you want it to and when you really dig in, MojoMojo Overdrive is right there with you.
- True Bypass - zero loss of tone
- Drive, Level, Bass and Treble controls - total control of your overdrive sounds
- Voicing switch - for an awesome mid-shift
- Easy battery access - makes changing batteries fun! (well, almost)
- Small footprint - save precious pedal board space
- High-quality components - only the best will do when it comes to tone
- Road-ready design - ready to follow you wherever your playing takes you
- DC adapter sold separately
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Based on 21 Reviews and 127 Ratings
Nice vintage tone pedal that is more of a drive channel for a clean tone amp
TC Electronic makes great pro-grade gear. This pedal is a crazy deal for the money. Its tone is more or less classic tube overdrive distortion, and if pushed goes into heavy/hard rock. The pedal sings and is great to tame an amp with weak control response. Works with any guitar and a nice pedal for the working drive part of your sound. The claim of it being more or less a drive channel for your amp is true. Very consistent and workable pedal - a must have. Used by Paul Gilbert and has the best review of it I ever found.
Great Pedal -
Opens up the amp brilliantly, best at high gain levels. Wish it had more of a mid-range bite to it, but still has great tonal qualities with the use of a bass and treble knob. I've found that paired with a fuzz pedal (best at low gain) it creates a very very gated fuzz. Like a ZVEZ fuzz factory vibe, but of course when not touching the strings it wails in feedback. At first it seamed it covered my tone in bass which was find because i love low end, but it did seam to mist up the rest of the tone. I battle this by turning up the treble knob and i mostly blend it with my BOSS EQ pedal by adding a lot of mid-rage and a bit more gain. This pedal was a gift from a friend so maybe my evaluation of it isn't fuelled by how much money i spent, but its a pedal i'll stick with it for a while. I'd fully understand people's discomfort with the absurd amount of bass and we shouldn't have to tweak a pedal that much to get it to a good tonal place...but i like a challenge.
If you are into blues, you will love this pedal.
First of all, this pedal offers true bypass which ensures an unhindered input signal while not engaged. Now this is not a distortion pedal, its an overdrive pedal. And it does behave like an OD on an amp in a clean channel. With a little drive setting, and tweaking the bass knob near about maximum and the treble a little more than the 12'o clock position, you can really feel a great bluesy tone, ideal for soloing. But pushing an already over driven amp is where this pedal excels. Midway dirty on your amp,and Midway dirty on the Mojo, and you can get the signature Jimmy Hendrix style blues tone, nice harmonics and a fat thick OD. I use a Fender Squier Stratocaster, and this pedal absolutely loves the single coils. But if you want more color from your overdrive then this might not be the ideal pedal for you.
A very good OD pedal
Cheap for sure, compared to some overdrive units, but the thing is, the MOJO MOJO is a gem. Used by some heavyweight players and for good reason.
Some could be forgiven for overlooking this pedal as it is priced parallel to some pedals that are pure shite. Let's face it, we have all had a crappy cheap stomp box or two when we started out and then we upgraded. The MOJO MOJO has sat on my pedal board for the last 7 years and has been preferred over other pedals I own that cost 3-4x the price.
The BASS feature is immense, you can dial in milkshake thick creamy tones. Works equally well infant of clean and already overdriven amplifiers.
Didn't need this pedal but $50 and being TC Electronic, why not? Surprise. compared it to Boss BD-2 Blues Driver I like the MojoMojo better because of the transparency of the Mojo and creamier tone I was getting for it.. Paired with the Dark Matter pedal I was able to get that Santana tone from a Roland Cube lite. (Bedroom Amp). Best for humbucking pups but works well with single coils. The tube like break up sounds better than the Soul Food but that is subjective.
This is not my favorite overdrive. It doesn't like tube amps. It just turns your sound into a bass filled mud hole. IMO it works better to push a very clean amp to sound a little like a tube amp breaking up.
If you plug this into something like a vox you will get a dark, muddy, bassy fart tone unless you turn down the amp gain to super clean - and why would you turn off your tubes to turn on a cheap pedal? Exactly. Not for tube amps.
Not the Best
I'm usually somewhat forgiving with pedals, and have not played that many that are truly awful, but this one is just bad (at least with my setup). It's incredibly muddy and just bland. Used through the clean channel of my Fender Supersonic 22, and also as a boost on the gain channel, but neither sounded good at all.