Morley are one of the most well-established guitar effects pedal brands from the USA. Their lineup predominantly consists of vintage Wah, Volume and Mini pedals.
They are perhaps most well known for their Artist Series, which are designed in conjunction with some of the most well-known artists and guitarists in the industry like Steve Vai.
Morley also make a line of Utility products like Switching and Volume Pedals, as well as Power Supplies and Parts.
All Morley Pedals are made and distributed from Glendale Heights, IL (30 miles west of Chicago). Their consistency and reliability are a byproduct of typical American production standards - attention to detail, quality control and a clear focus on producing the best possible tone at affordable prices.
Originally founded in the 1970s, Morley were the first Guitar Pedal brand to produce a compact Rotating Effect modelling on the Leslie Organ sound. In 1972, Morley produced the world's first 747ms Delay, with the first Electro-Optical Wah and Volume Pedals following in 1974.
Since then, Morley have continued to develop some of the most innovative pedal designs over the years.
All in all, Morley pedals sound amazing!
The Morley Mini Mark Tremonti Wah and Mini Steve Vai Bad Horsie 2 Contour Wah are two of their most popular Artist Series pedals.
More recently, the DJ Ashba Skeleton Wah was launched which matches DJ Ashba's preferred tone and signature wah sweep.
Famous guitar and bass players to endorse Morley in recent history include Steve Vai, Mark Tremonti, Dave Uhrich and Adam Levine.
New artists include Dan Vadim Von, Jerry Connor, Clint Walker, Rex Briones and Will 'WilHelmus' Sapanaro.