The Morley Mini Morley Volume effect is an optical volume pedal sized to fit a pedal board perfectly, or for whenever you need a smaller volume pedal. The Mini Morley volume pedal has a studio-quiet a... Read More
The Morley Mini Morley Volume effect is an optical volume pedal sized to fit a pedal board perfectly, or for whenever you need a smaller volume pedal. The Mini Morley volume pedal has a studio-quiet audio taper, so you can expect smooth, studio-quiet volume control every time you plug it in.
The Mini Morley pedal also boasts an LED indicator, easy-access battery compartment, and a 2-year warranty. The volume pedal sounds great plugged into all kinds of electric instruments. Try it with guitar, bass, or keyboard, the Mini Morley volume pedal does the job. Housed in road-worthy cold rolled steel, this pedal will stand up to the rigors of the road.
Morley pedals are designed for musicians who want more than just the same old pedals built the same old way. This pedal contains innovative designs, clever features, and bullet-proof construction. Each and every one is hand-assembled in the U.S.A. with American-made pride.
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I bought one used from GC and was expecting to have to ajust the sensors inside (based on some reviews I read) because I wanted one that I could do volume swells, but much to my delite it was'nt in need of adjusting,plus I like the fact that it did not take up a lot of room on my PB in fact I don't think I would have had the room for a bigger one! So, lets recap: great pedal !!!!!....
Never had an optical volume pedal. Wish I'd done this years ago. Number one benefit: easy to control volume swells! Two: space saver. I have the Gator Mega G Bone and the Morley mini allows me to place my Decimator (which I don't touch once it's set) behind the Morley on the board. I prefer the free floating optical to a tension or spring loaded volume pedal. I find the smaller size comfortable, but some of you may prefer the longer standard size if you do a lot of swells. I highly recommend this pedal.
Like many people, I've been searching for a pedalboard-friendly alternative to large volume pedals. The MMV finally hit the shelves, and I pounced on it like white on rice in a cup of milk on a paper plate in a snow storm. Pros: It's made of metal. There are no fragile kevlar strings to break (Ernie Ball), and no plastic gears (BOSS, etc.) or pots to wear out or get scratchy. The moving parts (aka the important parts) are ALL steel, and the chassis is completely enclosed to prevent any further problems with pedal performance. The pedal operates on an audio/logarithmic -taper, meaning THIS PEDAL DOES SWELLS, unlike linear-taper pedals. IT'S SMALL! About as tall as a Boss twin pedal. Cons: It has to be powered for the opto-circuitry to work, but a simple daisy chain can fix this - no big deal. It's a bit wider than most volume pedals, but it's not as wide as I was fearing. It's definitely worth the height trade-off in my opinion. The jacks are on the SIDE instead of the top, which would have saved more horizontal space. The pedal is so small, the sweep seems to be a little shorter than other vol pedals. This means that you have to be a little more precise and smooth/slow if you want strong, even swells. The MMV is almost a perfect size for a much better price than most vol pedals. I've only had it a few weeks, but I'm very satisfied so far. It seems built to last, and as of now, I'd absolutely recommend this to a friend.
Hey if you ar looking for strictly a volume pedal and that's it for a pedal board look no further. It's not flashy and does cost a bundle either. (oh and it doesnt effect your tone either) I run this at the end of my effects pedal chain which consists of a Dunlop Crybaby and 8 Boss pedals.
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