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Morley PWV-II Pro Series II Wah/Volume Pedal
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The wah mode on the Morley PWV-II foot pedal features an output-level control, a LED light to let you know when wah mode is on, and a "Clear Tone" bu...Read More
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Switchable wah and volume in one pedal.
The wah mode on the Morley PWV-II foot pedal features an output-level control, a LED light to let you know when wah mode is on, and a "Clear Tone" buffer circuit to decrease "loading" of the guitar signal. All the wahs, from Hendrix to Vai and beyond. In volume mode, the PWV-II pedal gradually adds gain from off to halfway for steel guitar-like swells, and increases faster from mid to full-on. Famous Morley thick sound and wide bandwidth. Electro-optical design for noise-free operation. Rugged metal construction. Powered by optional Morley adapter or 9V battery.
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I just got this volume/wah pedal and I love it. It is a very good pedal and a good price. When you buy something from Morley, you expect the best, and you always get the best from Morley. This is a very good pedal to have for any gig or practice. The best thing is the option of volume or wah, and it sounds great. Morley has really done a great job.
This pedal is a great value if you have limited pedal board space. The combination Wah and Volume control is nice but the button is in a bad place. I have a tendency to hit both the pedal and the button causing volume drop on the transfer. All in all the volume control is sweet and the Wah is just what you would expect from Morley, Fantastic. Just don't step for the switch on a dark stage or you'll miss it and kill your volume.
I jsut bought this pedal and i agree with the last guy taht wrote a review that with heavey distortion the wah is braely audible. So for clean wah...this is a great pedal, but for metallica slayer stuff...its not all that great for that i suggest a cry-baby.
Save up some more money and get something worth it. If you only play Clean, You might kind of like this. The volume is fine but the footpedal itself is hard to control. It is almost like you can only use it toe down or toe up and nothing inbetween. With heavy distortion, the wah is ruined. I used it with a Digitech Death metal and it murdered my distortion. The cry baby works better than any other. Save up for a Dime or Wylde Crybaby the kick all.
With only one space left on my pedalboard for a pedal, I decided to get this wah/volume pedal. The wah function is pretty good but the volume sounds bad. both functions could use improvment. When it comes to volume pedals, might as well spend a little more and get a Ernie Ball volume.
The Morley Pro-II Wah/Volume compliments my Amp perfectly. Prior to ordering it, I was running a Boss GT-6 through a Marshall AVT-150H with a 4 X 12 half stack and I had lots of problems. Since the Marshall already comes with FX settings and reverb, I really only needed to add Wah/Volume (hey, with a Marshall you really don't need to waste your time on amp modeling). The Morley Pro-II is the perfect match for my Marshall. There is virtually no Hum, and it allows the solid, beefy, rich sounds of the Marshall Amp to come through. In the Wah mode, it really screams! Crisp, sharp, snappy Wahs with lots of punch. You're gonna love what the Pro-II can do for your set up. It simplified mine and simultaneously upgraded the quailty and sound of my system.