Morley Steve Vai Bad Horsie 2

Analog/Digital/Hybrid: 
Analog
Pedal/Rackmount: 
Pedal
Price Paid: 
$140
Condition: 
New
Features: 

Switchless wah operation

True bypass

2 footswitchable modes

Ease of Use: 
5 (easy)
Pros: 

I like the switchless and spring back design, makes operation during a song just that much easier. Nice range of frequencies with the 2 modes. The default setting is the Bad Horsie mode, which can't be controlled by the knobs. Clicking the switch sets it to contour mode, which is controlled by a level and frequency knob. There is no loss of tone at all, sounds as good with the wah on as with it off. I've owned 2 Morley pedals, and 3 Crybaby's, I definitely prefer the Morley's.

Cons: 

There is a small delay coming out of wah mode when you take your foot off the pedal. Almost twice as wide as a Crybaby style wah, so it has a bigger footprint on the pedalboard. If the spring breaks, you need to buy a new one or use the wah for every note, like Hammett.

Sound Quality: 
5 (excellent)
Customer Support: 

Haven't dealt with Morley

Reliability: 

Had it over a year, no issues.

Overall Rating: 
4
Average: 4 (1 vote)