Morley M2 Series Expression Pedals
Morley introduces the M2 Series, featuring two new active wah-wahs and three new passive expression pedals.
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The two active wah pedals include the M2 Wah and M2 Wah Volume. The series also introduces three expression pedals that operate without the need for power adapters or batteries, the M2 Passive Volume, M2 Passive Stereo Volume, and M2 Passive Voltage Control.
Since the brand is well known for their Wah pedals, it is only expected that the M2 series feature this effect. The M2 Wah ($140) features vintage-voiced wah effect with true tone buffer to maintain instrument tone and level. Other features include LED indicator and a quick clip battery door.
The 2-in-1 pedal M2 Wah Volume ($165) has the same features as the M2 Wah, but with added volume control functionality.
According to Morley's representative, they have been getting a lot of requests for passive pedals. They understood the advantages that came with passive circuitry, most notable of which is the convenience of not requiring power. And so they came up with new expression pedals that feature passive circuitry.
The M2 Passive Volume ($90) works without need for power. It features a smooth linear taper that works well with guitar, bass or keyboards, useful for volume swells or simply setting your volume levels.
Building on the same passive linear taper by adding true stereo input and outputs is the M2 Passive Stereo Volume ($130). It can be used as to control the volume of two signals simultaneously, which is ideal for players that have stereo effects and rigs.
Last but not the least is the M2 Passive Voltage Control ($115), this expression pedal comes with a TRS port that lets you control any device that requires a voltage control or expression pedal. Since it comes with a passive circuit, no battery or power adapter is needed.
All five M2 Series pedals are housed inside Morley's distinctive cold-rolled steel pedal design. For more information, head over to Morley Pedals.
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