Optical volume pedal in a size that is perfect for a pedal board or for cramped quarters.
The Morley Mini Morley Volume effect is an optical volume pedal sized to fit a pedal board perfectly, or for whenever you need a smaller volume pedal. The Mini Morley volume pedal has a studio-quiet audio taper, so you can expect smooth, studio-quiet volume control every time you plug it in.
The Mini Morley pedal also boasts an LED indicator, easy-access battery compartment, and a 2-year warranty. The volume pedal sounds great plugged into all kinds of electric instruments. Try it with guitar, bass, or keyboard, the Mini Morley volume pedal does the job. Housed in road-worthy cold rolled steel, this pedal will stand up to the rigors of the road.
Morley pedals are designed for musicians who want more than just the same old pedals built the same old way. This pedal contains innovative designs, clever features, and bullet-proof construction. Each and every one is hand-assembled in the U.S.A. with American-made pride.
- Sized for pedal boards
- Studio-quiet audio taper
- Road-worthy cold rolled steel housing
- Works with guitar, bass, or keyboards
It's a pedal that fits. Give it a place in your pedalboard.
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Comments about Mini Morley Volume Guitar Effects Pedal:
This volume petal was a try and see if we like it item purchase. It is very well built (made in USA) and is has a very smooth control action to it. it has nice grippy bottom coating that keeps it from sliding around on a bare stage floor. very compact,but large enough to have good feel to it.No latch switch to stomp on to activate it,just put a battery in it and hook up your In & Out guitar signal to it.No line noise,or signal degrading at all, even Active pickups and high output pickups input into it still have full signal to your amp or other effects. made out of quality components,fit and finish is excellent. even if you don't have a board full of effect boxes it is very nice to have instant volume control over your amp without having to turn down your guitar volume control and walk over to your amp to adjust it's volume level during a performance.Works great with modeling amp foot controls when switching amp models in the middle of playing.