Aman Khosla got his hands (and feet) on a Morley M2 Expression Pedal and uses it to control the pitch module in an Axe FX processor, turning it into a Whammy on steroids.
Morley presented a new design for their line of Mini pedals. Now, the look matches the full-size wah and volume pedals, only with a smaller footprint. In the near future, the entire Mini pedal line will get this new, yet classic, design.
The Tone King took on two mini Morleys during his ’30 pedals in 30 days’ challenge on YouTube. let’s hear what they sound like and what he has to say about them.
Morley’s volume pedals simply deliver. And the PVO+ delivers just a little more, as John Beames is about to discover in this video where he tests the pedal on a worship music track.
The late, great Cliff Burton used a classic 70’s Morley Fuzz Wah pedal with Metallica in the early days. Now, Morley is paying tribute to Cliff Burton with a modern version of the pedal.
Independent YouTube reviewer, Shut up and Play Your Guitar, reviews the Buffer Boost pedal by Morley, praising its amazing transparency most of all.
Ambient guitar is like a completely independent genre within guitar – and it’s almost like the exact opposite of classic shredding.
When you think Morley pedals, one of the first things that probably comes to mind is Wah pedals. And for a good reason because they surely have something of a legacy in that department.
Why have two separate pedals when you can have them gathered in just one? Like in this case with the Morley Cliff Burton Fuzz and Wah pedal that unites two classic effects.
Wah pedals are often associated with guitar solos, quickly sweeping through the frequency range, but there are other ways to use a wah pedal to create some great effects.