#1
i bought a morley wah pedal this week, and im a little upset. it sounds and operates great, but whenever i switch on the active pups, i get a hefty bit of distorting. i do not like this one bit. is there a problem with the pedal maybe or are the pickups just too hot for it to take? i am especially worried about the later, because the conklin that is supposedly on its way from musiciansfriend (backoirdered it on me 3 times now) has active pups.

also, i bought a mini q-tron, and im a little disappointed. its not much of an improvement on sound over my DOD envelope filter, which was $70 less. im curious, is the full scale q-tron a much better sound compared to the mini? (im goin for the bootsy collins efect)
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#2
Its too hot of a signal for your amp. you might have to survive on passive.

what kind of conklin?
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yes, the real one is much better than the mini.
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yes, the real one is much better than the mini.


damn, wish i knew that before i blew that much cash.................

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Its too hot of a signal for your amp. you might have to survive on passive.'

what kind of conklin?


well, thats not good. is there a reason that that would happen? ive been playing around with the level settings, but that doesnt seem to help.

and its a conklin gt-4 (fretted)
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