Mooer Hornet Modeling/BT Combo BLK


Modeling Guitar Combo with Bluetooth

  • Power: 15 W RMS @ 4 Ωs
  • Equipped with: Custom 6.5" speaker
  • Wireless Bluetooth connection for AUX input
  • 9 High quality digital recreations of popular guitar amps: JZ CLEAN, F.CLEAN, PL 100, PV 5150, TRIPLE, MKIV, POWER DS, MOGNER and MOOER MT
  • 3 Modulation effects: Chorus, phaser and vibrato
  • 3 Delay types: Analog, Tape Echo and Digital
  • 3 Reverb types: Room, Hall and Church
  • 2 Operation modes: Live and Preset
  • Independent Tap Tempo input for modulation effects and delay
  • Built-In tuner
  • 9 User presets
  • Gain, Treble Mid, Bass, Volume, Mod, Delay and Reverb controls
  • 9-Way rotary switch to select the amplifier model
  • Live/Preset
  • M.Tap, D.Tap, BT and Tuner control buttons
  • LE display
  • Instrument input: 6.3 mm mono jack
  • Headphone output: 3.5mm stereo
  • AUX input: 3.5mm stereo
  • Power supply 18 V DC power supply (2.1 x 5.5 mm hollow plug, polarity (-) inside - included)
  • Current consumption: approx. 2,000 mA
  • Dimensions (W x H x D): 290 x 255 x 173 mm
  • Weight: 2.9 kg
  • Surface: Black Tolex

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available since March 2018
Item number 426446
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Power 15 W
Speaker 1x 6.5"
Channels 1
Reverb Yes
Effects Processor Yes
External FX Loop No
Line Input Yes
Recording Output No
MIDI Interface No
Connection for External Speaker No
Headphone Output Yes
Footswitch connection No
Incl. Footswitch No
Weight in kg 2,9 kg
Type Guitar
larghezza 290 mm
Color black
profondità 173 mm
Memory slots 9
Altezza 255 mm
Peso 2,9 kg
Woofer in Inch 6,5"
Line input 1
Number of Woofers 1
Potenza RMS 15 W
Power (Manufacturers Specification) 20 W
IR/WiFi/Bluetooth Remote No
Line Out No
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Good but the "White" brother, I think better for me (or the HB-20R)
Michael Polimeneris 26.07.2021
I got it initially at Greece from Thomann, interchanging a Harley Benton HB-20R that came in bundle with my Harley Benton S-620 TR Rock Series, having first eaten the bait of top-side-located knobs on Mooer instead of the classic side-side of HB, which was preferable for me having to bend "down there" to be able to see the labels, in order to make adjustments.
Afterwards I got the same at my second point of activity/house, UAE, for uniformity reasons.
My selection was based on some presentations I had seen at YouTube from testers. They were evaluating the "White" sibling and I thought that the existence of White and Black was a matter of colouring, of personal preference and matching with the environment and instruments only.
So when I had to choose between the White or the Black at Greece initially, where both were available from Thomann, I ordered the "Black to don't be stained easily", as stupidly I thought.
The similar that followed at Dubai, identical as aforementioned for uniformity and moreover because it was the unique option at UAE.
Afterwards regretfully I discovered that the two models have DIFFERENT capabilities and modelling/other types-brands simulation. Something that nobody thought to mention. And unluckily the suitable for me was the "White" one rather... not that Black is bad, just my modelling preferences are nearer to the White. The return/change window has closed at both countries, so I have to compromise and live for a while with the "Black".
And... I feel from the few, 1-2 hours only I tested the cheaper, yet very decent Harley Benton HB-20R before to stupidly apply for return/change with the Mooer Black, that the sound of HB was nearer to my taste. I'm getting older yet still learning...


Love it, way better than expected
JustRachael 20.10.2020
For the money I wasn't expecting much. I had a little katana mini which was OK but didn't have much output and I wanted a little practice amp to sit under a coffee table and yet looked good.

First of all the looks. Whenever anyone sees it they immediately comment on it's 50's styling and how the blue dial was perfect.

But, most importantly, the sound. Some of the amps are a little too rocky for me, I play Jazz/ blues but overall for a practice amp I have zero complaints. It's really there to replace a Yamaha THR which was ok, a pain as it always suffer from a buzz caused by a short and I'm actually more of a fan of this Mooer and it's sounds. There's options for pretty much anything I want to play.

Our Bass player plugged in his Warwick and was impressed, it's a versatile piece of kit. Not enough low end for him to gig with but he was happy enough. I guess that's a good compliment.


Nice combo for kids bedroom
Kokus 11.02.2019
I've bought this combo for my nephew. He only starts playing guitar, but he wants to sound as a megastar! And my sister wants to live in peace and quiet. Dilemma :)
Here is where Mooer Hornet comes in. Cool, stylish, has everything that kid and his mom expects from it. Thank you Mooer, one happy family fed :)

I have tried many small combos from "classic" brands for home use, and was disappointment with their sound, features and look.. This is the best choice for hobbyists on my opinion. Modeling amp is a modelling amp. Just don't expect it to be a replacement of a real tube amp on staage, and you will be happy.
A lot of amps emulated, not just clean and overdrive. Effects enriches the sound, so for home playing you actually don't need anything more.
Controls - a bit unclear for classic amp user, but you just should get just to it, and then you will understand why it is done that way.
Bluetooth is a must for modern home combos.


Great budget digital combo amp
Antony22 01.02.2022
took for home rehearsals, I really like it. There are effects that are important to me. I advise everyone!


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