#1
It was my birthday just a couple days ago, and I took advantage of Musician's Friend's warehouse sale to pick up this for $99! It came yesterday and it sounds so nice. It's switchless, so there's no danger of turning it off when using it. You just simply start using it and the LED comes on. It's got True tone bypass, so it doesn't suck my tone away. It creates some noise in the line, but that's what I have a noise gate for.

Morley made the pedal white to match Steve's EVO guitar, and incidentally, it matches my white Strat. This pedal is pretty heavy and is built like a tank.
Vai hand-signed and numbered the metal plate on the bottom of the pedal. Mine's #184 out of 200 made. I'll put up some sound clips, but I need to know what to play; Voodoo Child is too cliche.

The Morley is just what I was looking for. I didn't want a vintage wah or one for clean stuff. I wanted a wah for high gain solos, so I got Steve Vai's.
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#2
....play bad horsie
edit: i have a question tho.....wat's the point of a wah without being able to control any settings? :S seems kinda dumb to me, but watever floats your boat i guess
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#3
ummm godsmack solos?
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#4
Quote by ChaoticVengence
....play bad horsie
edit: i have a question tho.....wat's the point of a wah without being able to control any settings? :S seems kinda dumb to me, but watever floats your boat i guess


"Bad Horsie" does seem like an obvious choice!

In response to your inquiry:
Regardless of whether I can control the wah speed/depth, it still makes a wah sound when I step on it, so as far as I can tell it does its job. If I had something like the Crybaby 535q, I really doubt I'd ever change the wah settings, as I really don't see a need to.

To Nihility:
I'm not a big Godsmack fan. Heaviest I'll go is Metallica.
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#5
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#6
Advertising? Telling a forum about my new piece of gear . . . in the gear forum?!
You just spammed: a one-word post that is short, pointless, and annoying. And you spelt shield wrong in your sig.
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#7
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#8
Quote by ChaoticVengence
....play bad horsie
edit: i have a question tho.....wat's the point of a wah without being able to control any settings? :S seems kinda dumb to me, but watever floats your boat i guess


The original wahs didn't have any knobs or settings, just one. They did fine, didn't they?
Hendrix's wah didn't have any knobs. Morello's know is just a normal crybaby, and he's got ****loads of crazy sounds with it.
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#9
this wah has the same specs as Steve Vai's, and as far as I can tell he's doing fine!
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