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MOD Dwarf Standalone Multi-FX Guitar Processor


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Compact and powerful all-in-one standalone audio processor to express your creativity at home, in the studio, or at a live performance

Endless rigs to go on standalone device

The MOD Dwarf is a compact audio arsenal housing countless audio processing setups you can take with you anywhere. It is durable and streamlined to endure road use. 

Instant Tone. Infinite Possibilities.
A compact and powerful standalone guitar effects ecosystem to express your creativity at home, in the studio and on stage.

Built to fit into your rig 

Craft tones in the studio and easily bring them on stage. An infinite combination of pedals, processing options and tonal possibilities, accessible anywhere.

An elegantly simple interface 

Build pedalboards, tweak effects, and capture snapshots to instantly switch between tones.

Powerful processing 

Stereo inputs and outputs and an onboard 1.3 GHz Quad Core ARM processor give you an entire studio worth of creative possibilities in a single pedal.

MOD Pedalboards

Much more than just presets

A regular cadence of new software plug-in releases allow you to continuously explore new sounds and setups and save them as entire pedalboards

Intuitive and flexible

Build and share your pedalboards with our browser-based interface to explore sonic options without navigating through menus or a tiny touchscreen. 

An open platform for processing innovation

Our OS supports 3rd party plug-in development from companies like Forward Audio, Overtone DSP, Shiro, Veja and many more.

A Global Community of Expertise 

Join the MOD community to share pedalboards, plug-ins, and presets, while learning from guitarists all over the world. Since 2013, players have been depending on MOD effects and each other to create a vast network of ideas, information and setups.

Trying to get that specific tone? You're not the only one! Other MOD players are constantly sharing their pedalboard setups with the community to help you get tones faster and learn from the masters.

A supportive and active forum

New to effects, or looking to go deep on the differences between vintage reverb sounds? Join the MOD forum and meet people from around the world who share your passion for playing and great sounds.

MOD Dwarf key features and other info:

Specifications:

  • Quad Core ARM A35 CPU at 1.3GHz, 1GB RAM, 8GB storage
  • 3 endless knobs, 3 footswitches (with LEDs), 3 pushbuttons and a menu button
  • 2.9″ LCD display
  • Dimensions: 105*202*54mm (L*W*H)
  • Weight: 800 grams

I/Os:

  • Dual 6.35mm TRS independent audio inputs, with gain configurable from -12dB to +35dB, 1M Ohm input impedance, unbalanced
  • Dual 6.35mm TRS independent audio outputs, with gain configurable from 0dB to -127dB, balanced or unbalanced
  • 3.5mm TRS Headphone output, 2x105mW @ 16 ohms, with gain configurable from -33dB to +12dB
  • 3.5mm TRS MIDI type-A input and output
  • USB Type-B Device port for connecting to a computer
  • USB Type-A Host port for MIDI controllers, Bluetooth and Flashdrives
  • Control Chain port for MOD peripherals
  • Power input on a 5.5*2.1*10mm barrel connector

Included Accessories:

  • Protective case
    • Dimensions: 240*250*72mm (L*W*H)
    • Weight: 280 grams
  • Velcro strips for pedalboard attachment
  • Rubber strips for floor usage
  • USB Cable
  • PSU 12V/2A




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Gary Beilby
Truly amazing device - for any musician

This is an outstandingly open-ended and powerful "DSP in a stomp-box". The ability to utilise a growing range of free and pay-for plugins as a virtual pedal board is obviously great - But the fact that you access it either through the device, or a web browser on any computer should give it a far longer effective lifespan than devices that depend on a proprietary app (that they then stop supporting and you can no longer use it after a couple of years).
I love this thing and it's cheap enough that I can almost justify getting a second one just for my keyboard.

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Gary Beilby
Truly amazing device - for any musician

This is an outstandingly open-ended and powerful "DSP in a stomp-box". The ability to utilise a growing range of free and pay-for plugins as a virtual pedal board is obviously great - But the fact that you access it either through the device, or a web browser on any computer should give it a far longer effective lifespan than devices that depend on a proprietary app (that they then stop supporting and you can no longer use it after a couple of years).
I love this thing and it's cheap enough that I can almost justify getting a second one just for my keyboard.

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