Overview

The original Morley Bad Horsie wah was designed in collaboration with Steve Vai in the mid-'90s. Unlike some artist endorsees, Vai uses the Bad Horsie extensively on tour and in the studio. The newer Bad Horsie II has independent frequency and level controls. Great for those looking for a bigger footprint and bolder tone than traditional Cry Baby wahs.

Product Specs

Brand
Model
  • Bad Horsie II
Finish
  • Black
Year
  • 1990s
Made In
  • United States
Categories

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Reviews for the Morley Bad Horsie Steve Vai Signature Wah Pedal
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  • Broken

    Verified Purchase

    Plugged into the pedal. It worked for 5 minutes, then quit working. Had to bring it into the local music store and get someone to fix it. I could have Bought a brand new one for what it cost me

  • Verified Purchase

    Pretty great

  • Very Unique, Unlike any other Wah!

    Some companies make 8 or 9 different custom Wah Pedals and yet still, none of them have the most fabulous feature this one does... NO SWITCH. It's not always on mind you, it's just pressure active, meaning step on it and go. The WAH effect is not subtle, and for my ears, it does give you quite theā€¦

  • Great and unique wah!

    Verified Purchase

    Killer for solo tones and medium-high gain type stuff. Still prefer my Cry Baby for clean "chuckkas" and what not but the Morley is going to be staying on the board for some time.

  • Verified Purchase

    I'm really happy with this one!