Morley Pedals have been innovating since day one. Their commitment to building quality, uniquely designed pedals has earned them a trusted reputation amongst hobbyists, tour techs, and professional musicians all around the world. Morley Pedals was founded by brothers Raymond and Marvin Lubow in Los Angeles in the 1960s. Originally called Tel-Ray Electronics, they changed their name after Raymond designed a device that was supposed to replicate the sound of a Leslie rotating speaker cabinet. Jokingly, he insisted that his device wasn’t a Leslie, but a “More”-lee. The Morley name stuck, and before long the brothers began marketing their own line of pedals under that brand.
For nearly half a century, Morley Pedals have been a mainstay at the feet of musicians. Artists such as DJ Ashba, Kevin Kadogan, Phil Campbell, Max Cavalera, Jerry Dixon, Steve Vai and more have all used Morley Pedals on the stage and in the studio. With their rugged construction, these pedals can stand up to the rigors of a full tour.
Morley is probably best known for its wah pedals, perhaps the most popular of which is the Steve Vai Bad Horsie 2 Contour Wah Pedal. Made to Steve Vai’s very own specifications, the Bad Horsie 2 is a switchless pedal that features two knobs, allowing you to easily alter wah frequency and levels, while its clear-tone buffer circuitry offers unbeatable tones.
Not to say this is the only wah pedal available from Morley… quite the contrary! From the Mark Tremonti Wah Pedal, to the MSW Maverick Mini Switchless Wah Guitar Effects Pedal, to the Steve Vai Liberty Wah Guitar Effects Pedal, you’ll easily be able to find a wah pedal here that does everything you need it to do.
Morley have built their name on giving you and your guitar a little something extra each time you plug in. Whether you’re jamming at home or trading lead licks on the stage in front of thousands, a Morley pedal will shape your sound like no other.