- Musician's Friend Best Selection, Price & Service. Guaranteed.
Call our Gear Heads
Call our Gear Heads
We'd love to help you find what you're looking for-call us anytime at 800-449-9128.
In the world of guitar pedals, you'd be hard-pressed to find a musician who isn't familiar with the Morley name. Well-known worldwide for their famous wah-wahs, Morley also specializes in a wide variety of other treadle-style pedals as well, and this catalog is loaded with more than enough examples. In fact, Morley also constructs power supplies, splitters, combiners, channel switchers, and even Artists Series effects pedals from the best guitar players in the world today, including Mark Tremonti and Steve Vai.
Morley has been in the effects pedal game since the 1960s, and their many decades of experience is apparent in the sound quality, durability, and user-friendliness of everything they design. For evidence, just take a look at the best-selling M2 Passive Volume Guitar Effects Pedal. Boasting Morley's legendary toughness, this passive volume pedal is housed in cold-rolled steel. All you have to do is plug it in, and enjoy a huge boost in volume that's smooth and consistent.
While you're at it, check out the MSW Maverick Mini Switchless Wah Guitar Effects Pedal. Boasting a hybrid vintage/modern wah tone, this pedal is also very compact, making it ideal for those who have a lot of pedals on their board. Great for guitarists, bassists and keyboardists, the Maverick Mini Switchless Wah Pedal is an excellent choice for adding powerful expression to your performances.
Of course, to talk about every exceptional pedal or accessory that Morley has to offer would keep you on this page all day, so if what you're looking for has yet to be mentioned above, by all means start exploring the rest of Morley's catalog. The fact that you've taken up a musical instrument is proof that you have a creative side, so why not take advantage of it? With that in mind, Morley has just what you need to delve into every aspect of your talents, and your amp's tone-shaping abilities.