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Morley Power Wah Volume Pedal  

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Vintage wah sound and optical volume control for guitar and bass!

The Power Wah Volume pedal from Morley incorporates a number of pro features like Morley's custom HQ2 inductor, wah level control, and electro-optical circuitry so there are no pots to wear out. TrueTone bypass ensures pure tone and maintains the signal in both Wah and Volume modes. The cold-rolled steel housing is built to withstand years of abuse. LED indicator keeps you aware of its status at all times. Two-year warranty.

Combination vintage wah and optical volume pedal for guitar and bass
Equipped with Morley's custom HQ2 inductor
Wah level control
Electro-optical circuitry means no pots to wear out
TrueTone bypass ensures pure tone and maintains signal in Wah and Volume modes
Cold-rolled steel housing
LED indicator
Easy-access battery compartment
Two-year warranty

Step up to a modern wah/volume pedal with the features you need for solid sound. Order today!

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(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)


nice combo


from Atlanta, GA

Comments about Morley Power Wah Volume Pedal:

I needed a transparent volume pedal, and I got a wah in addition. What can I say, it does its job without coloring the tone or creating noise. Some people might think other wah pedals sound better, but that's subjective. Well worth the money, IMO.

(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)


A very fine wah


from Cohoes, NY

Comments about Morley Power Wah Volume Pedal:

I had a Morely wah-wah before and am a pretty big fan of the volume/wah combo. It is so convienent to have the two wrapped up into one and I don't undestand why more manufactureres take this approach. I have noticed that if this is the first in line of effects before going to amp, that is the best approach. If you put it after an effects board you can get some high twanginess in the wah mode. Other than that, I highly recommend.

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