Dan Vadim Von
Band: Morbid Angel
Pedal: Bad Horsie 2

“My Bad Horsie 2 Wah is hands down one of my
absolute best friends on stage and in the studio.”

Jerry Connor
Bands: Monkeysoop, Hellgrimm, Green Jelly
Pedal: Bad Horsie 2

“I love playing on stage, on tour, and in the studio with
my Morley Bad Horsie 2 because of the dynamic sound.
I know that it will never let me down when I need it most.
It’s built to last!”

Clint Walker
Bands: The Walker Band
Pedal: Power Wah Volume

“I love my Power Wah Volume.
It has the smoothest control I’ve experienced
by far, plus the bonus of being two pedals in one
makes it a must have on my board. Not having to
pay for the word “Bass” on the pedal was a pretty
sweet bonus too since Morley makes their gear able
to handle anything you plug into it.”

Rex Briones
Bands: IAMREX / Session Musician
Pedal: Bad Horsie 2 Wah

“I’ve had many different effects on my
pedalboard over the years, but nothing
ever has or ever will replace my Morley Wah.”

Will “WilHelmus.!” Sapanaro
Bands: Valence, Surreal Measures
Pedal: Mini Volume Plus

“My Morley Volume Pedal just works.
It’s great because I never have to
think or worry about it. I often overlook
it as a pedal on my board, but I’ve had
it permanently on there for many years
and I can’t imagine it not being there.”

Geoffrey Schaefer
Band: Valence
Pedal: Bad Horsie 2 Wah

“This is hands down my favorite Wah pedal.
I was first attracted to it because of the
Switchless feature, as well as my love
for Steve Vai, but it exceeded my expectations.
I always recommend it when people ask about
a Wah pedal.”

Rashawn Ross
Bands: Dave Matthews Band
Pedal: Mini George Lynch Dragon 2 Wah

“The Morley Mini Dragon 2 Wah is the best
sounding Wah I’ve experienced on the horn.
I love the clarity and it doesn’t change the tone
of the horn. But if I DO want to change the tone,
I hit the WOW! button. Just a really versatile
Wah pedal.”