#1
I recently bought a morley bad horsie wah and when i have my amp on clean i get huge amounts of wah and its bloody awesome but as soon as i flick it over to distorted the amount of wah drastically decreases and i get a fair bit of feedback...like a rumbling sound. I opened it up and all i can see is a circuit board. I think the wire going to the output jack needs to be resoldered but i cant access the jack.
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#2
if its a distortion pedal, try switching the sequence you have them in, that happened with my delay pedal and the distortion pedal. not sure if thats it, but its something to try
#3
Plug in your distortion/overdrive/whatever you use to distort the sound before the wah.
Generally, the wah should modify your already distorted tone. The thing that worries me is the feedback... check your inductor.
#4
Try to acces the loose wire on the input if what they have reccomended doesnt work.
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My Gear:

Fender 2008 American Series Standard Stratocaster
Hand Made Acoustic Guitar (made by my uncle)
Epiphone Limited Edition G-400 with maestro trem
BOSS DS-1
Boss DD-6
Dunlop Crybaby Classic Wah
Peavey Bandit
#6
But the sound changes with distortion before the wah, sounds more like a gain boost/wah. Not as natural sounding.

What you might need to do is get an output buffer for your wah, to make it work with more gain.
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