We are truly happy to let y’all know that our new customshop Mini Wah pedals have been very well received by guitar magazines all over the world!
We’re proud to support a free George Lynch guitar clinic with our friends at Island Music Company in La Plata, Maryland.
Back in the day, in the mid 70’s that is, we had a very cool pedal on the product roster with three main purposes: Volume, Wah and Rotating effects. Please meet – or rediscover – the RWV!
We’re proud to welcome International Endorser Paulo Morete of InMune to our family of artists. In fact, he is not a new Morley pedal user, but he is our latest official endorser.
Long before the whole Mini craze began, we recognized that a pedal’s claim on your pedalboard real estate matters. So, we created the Mini series of pedals. However, we did hear some remarks that the Mini pedals did not ‘look like a Morley’. Not anymore…!
We’re proud to introduce our new Custom Shop series! These pedals are hand-built in the US with attention to every little detail in terms of both mechanics, electronics, sound and visual appearance. Quite simply, nothing has been left to chance.
Last year, we had a blast at the NAMM Show. We launched several new products and had a lot of cool artists come by the booth for a chat and a jam. Well, this year is going to be even more amazing!
Our Bad Horsie 2 Contour Wah – Steve Vai’s signature pedal – has been around for a while, but still new reviews keep popping up. Here’s another nice one!
Morley will be exhibiting at Summer NAMM in Nashville TN on July 13-15. We will be exhibiting at booth #1153 but also at Hal Leonard booth #612 who is our new USA Master Distributor…
Effective June 15, 2017 we entered into an agreement with Hal Leonard MI Distribution to serve as our Master Distributor for the majority of our dealers in the U.S…
In 2010, we introduced a line of mini pedals, long before the ‘mini’ trend started. But we keep refining our pedalS, so at Summer NAMM 2017, we unveil the new Mini line…
Online guitar magazine Guitar Interactive’s Lewis Turner plugs into our Cliff Burton Tribute power Fuzz Wah pedal and gets funky, as well as heavy during his review.