All user reviews for the Morley Pro Series Wah Volume
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AceLeppard's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
A knob to adjust the ranks of the wah.
No rack at Morley, the wah works thanks to a photocell.
By standard 9 volt power supply.
Configuration is very easy, it is not crushed under the settings. You just have to mourn a volume pedal loop, because a wah-loop or after the distos, it is usually very ugly (although some look this precise), and as you'll understand here is to deal with the all-in-one!
The effect does not really suit me, modern, very right. I guess that's also why we buy from Morley! I had no experience with effects, a Dunlop crybaby suits me better.
I did not like it too ... since I offered a friend who uses it as a gadget on his bass effect and the record is pretty interesting.
I used several months, my first wah, bought the corner store used 50 euros. The sound, the look does not really suit me, and she really started messing around (metal reinforcement under the pedal that is barred for ever, wah that falls without that we can keep in a fixed position ...) This gave me a bad image of morley.
I would do not elect a vox and dunlop me a much better conevenu thereafter.
A notice so marred by malfunctions. Otherwise, your only taste be the judge!
heLeN's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
Trs simple. The manual is included derrire the pedals.
J'apprcie particulirement while the knob ct the pedals and not below as Cry or Vox (I've always had blocked), and the possibility of r Gler amplitude.
The action of the pedals is one more that I had the opportunity to try.
As against the power supply is almost ncssaire or lose normment in potato (including clean sounds), not very practical in concert (but can be as mine DCON) .
Do not be mistaken in the industry: it must go through the loop or no potato Wah mode and mute the volume in position zero (heel) mode volume. (I say a particular Philou13bis)
Ct Wah is clean, with great amplitude, which allows for things a little spciaux for example by slowly pushing the bottom of a trill serious.
Small default: there is a diffrence in volume between the zero-position (heel) and position a little depressed. The Difference can be leveled by adjusting the level of the loop.
Volume ct, I use it in concert as a boost for solos, and I do not think the sound is dnatur the contrary, given the dynamics. Rglage the level of boost is by intermdiaire also by the level of the loop.
I use it for two years. I like the large amplitude that allows it to use out of a "trivial".
The volume is a function bndiction for concerts, soon to torment his strings to avoid being covered by the other scratch.
Obviously you have to like the sound Morley, but for me that needed a volume pedals, has resulted in a good qualitprix, and quickly to bother with two pedals.
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albarion's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
It's simple, you cables, and lean on the switch to select either the wha, or volume, the amplitude is large enough what is right (not like the cry baby), which can be more precise .
So l. ..... ben the volume is not one wonders what top serves (it seems to be gadget).
When wha efficase, clean, precise, not screaming if the amp is rgl, a morley wha in all its glory.
But the real problem of the pedals is that they used in volume dnature sound, there is no true bypass, and when some pedals without true bypass happens to have a very respectable sound even the character, that it messes up your CARREMENT beep (assuming you are good cables and it is known what is the sound of the guitar plugs directly into the amp) attack and loss of Grain microphones, but damage seen the price for a beginners is broadly acceptable but the cry baby still gives more personality.
was 2 years that I'm 6 months and I use it more since I have good cables and I changed the pickups of my guitar. A really bought that if it gets off the but I always say everything is a matter of taste level.
If you have gold coins, take the high-end wha like bad horsie, 535Q, RMC, ETC .......
Otherwise I recommend the RMC inlet end or simple crybaby or the vox.
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Philou13bis's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
Not complicated to use ... A Input jack / jack Outpout ...
A switch to trigger the ITP .... whawha red LED lights on the same switch ... when you cut the Wha Wha it becomes a volume pedal ... a knob to adjust the amplitude BEYOND Wha
It's real tough iron is very heavy very stable ... The foot is covered with non-slip Koutchouc ... No pb side ergonomics ... We just more or less tighten the joint between the pedal .... avé a small Teflon ring to have a history + pedal - hard ...
The config is very simple .... The knob adjusts the amplitude of the Wha .... It's easy
The wha wha Morley is therefore with a very specific sound characteristics ... No cons with added noise when the pedal is in bypass (in position so volume)
The volume pedal is not one of my dreams malfgré technical features that seem interresting (optical system instead of a knob on wheel) No adjustment of amplitude noise :-( So we go flying off the position to position donf ..... Theoretically the system reacts differently depending on the volume of the rate of depression of the pedal if you gently lowers the volume bcp rise more slowly than if you pushed the pedal suddenly .. Here I say blah !!
I use it for 1 year instead of other volume pedals (Proell) ...
The advantage is that it is very tough ... I use less and less the volume pedal as hard to control ...
Wha just works very well and quietly
I paid 60 euros OCCAZ comes home
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