We’re very pleased to announce that our latest batch of Custom Shop Mini Pedals have been well received by the Guitar community all over the world! Over the past few …
Our friend across the pond Joss Allen of Guitar Bros Demos reviews the new Michael Amott & Mini Mark Tremonti Custom Shop Wahs:
Kiko shows us what this little green monster of a pedal can do:
Our friends across the pond at Guitarist Magazine in the UK reviewed the Mini Bad Horsie 2 and scored it a 9/10!
Mark takes his new Mini Custom Shop Power Wah for a spin:
Phil McKnight from Know Your Gear reviews his new Custom Shop Mini Mark Tremonti Wah:
Our friends across the pond at GAK review the Custom Shop Steve Vai Mini Bad Horsie 2:
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!
Morley’s own Bill Wenzloff was interviewed by Distortion LTD Magazine on the origins of the Cliff Burton Tribute Power Fuzz Wah. To view the full issue click here (Pages 26-27): Distortion …
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.
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.