The wah of a lifetime.
The Morley Steve Vai Bad Horsie Wah Pedal is set to Steve's precise specs and equipped with Morley's superior electro-optical circuitry to handle the heavy wah. This effects pedal is switchless for easy use. You just step o...
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The "Equipment" section of this article sourced by the World Heritage Encyclopedia™ states that "Simpson's pedal-board consists of a Boss DD7, a Morley Bad Horsie Wah, a Dunlop Dime Signature Wah, an Ibanez TS9, an MXR Noise Gate, a Boss TU2, as well as a Boss BF3 and a Boss DD-6 delay pedal."more
The switcher controls a Fuchs Royal Plush compressor, a Morley Steve Vai Bad Horsie Wah, a Radial Engineering Tonebone Classic, a Marion Henry Electric Fuzz Bucket, a Moogerfooger MF-104M analog delay, a BBE MB-2 Mind Bender vibrato/chorus, Boss PS-5 Super Shifter and PH-3 Phase Shifter pedals, a Source Audio Soundblox 2 Orbital Modulator, a Malekko Omicron Fuzz, a Guyatone MD2 Micro Digital Delay, and a Banzai Cold Fusion Overdrive that he compares to a Klon Centaur and says is key to his sound.more
The wah of a lifetime.
The Morley Steve Vai Bad Horsie Wah Pedal is set to Steve's precise specs and equipped with Morley's superior electro-optical circuitry to handle the heavy wah. This effects pedal is switchless for easy use. You just step on the pedal to engage wah and step off to bypass. Special buffer circuitry prevents signal loading, gives you superior wah tone, and drives long cables. LED indicator and easy-access battery compartment. Morley gives you a 2-year warranty with your Bad Horsie.
My 1st ever Wah and I got to try almost all of the Wahs you can find in the market at a store before getting this. It won simply because of the switch-less feature. It is very convenient especially when you have 20 other pedals (which i don't) and one less tap dance move is always a good thing right?
As much as I like the cry-baby, I always hated how you had to manually re-set it, and the number of times I'd leave it on by accident and not notice thanks to crap monitoring. I love this thing, spring loaded so it returned to neutral after use, no clicky buttons to accidently turn on, just wah. Construction is rock solid, this thing isn't going to break any time soon. It also adds a bit of a high-mid boost as you wah to really cut through, which I personally love the sound of. I'm not swapping it out any time soon.