Morley, manufacturers of world famous Wah/Volume Pedals and widely used switching devices announced the release of their two newest pedals the Mini Volume and Mini Wah. After years of hearing customers complain that most Wah and volume pedals (including ours) take up too much real estate on a pedal board, Morley designed these two new Mini pedals at just 6.75” in length, 4.5” wide and only 2.75” in height. “This is yet another example of us listening to our customers.” states Sales Manager, Bill Wenzloff, “We don’t just listen; we give them what they want.”Both the Mini Volume and Mini Wah are equipped with Morley's time-tested Electro Optical circuitry so there are no pots to wear out like typical wah and volume pedals. The Mini Wah has a Wah on/off switch, Wah Level control and is designed for classic and vintage wah tones just as you’d expect from a leading manufacturer of wah and volume pedals. As expected, the volume is studio quiet and set for a smooth audio taper. Like all Morley products, both minis are housed in durable cold-rolled steel, equipped with LED indication and easy access battery door, have a no-hassle, two-year warranty, and are both made in the USA. Mini Volume MSRP is $119. Street Price is $69.99. Available Now!Mini Wah MSRP is $129. Street Price is $79.99. Available Now!
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