MOBLEY CLIFF BURTON TRIBUTE POWER WAH FUZZ PRICE £ 1 8 5
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pedal sweep is held, you can get a great, fluid, cello-like effect as
well - perfect for highlighting melodic lead lines. The sweeps,
squalls and various otherworldly sounds that this beast produces at
volume are absolutely phenomenal, so it's definitely a pedal to lose
one's inhibitions with.
One small niggle would be that, as a fan of the older 'Dual Wah'
model, I miss the instant switching function, where the wah
engaged just by pushing on the foot pedal. W ith this version there
is an inevitable slight pause when clicking the buttons in to engage
both the wah and fuzz, which might prove awkward in the middle
of a show or session.
Full credit to Morley: this pedal is put together with their usual
attention to detail and it is certainly no cheap cash-in. They've gone
the extra mile with the update on the sounds, and I can see this
pedal appealing right across the board to players in many different
genres, not just metalheads and Cliff fans. Most of all this is a fun,
inspirational pedal to use and lends itself to the player 'going with
the flow' and seeing what glorious sounds come out. That, coupled
with the rugged build and inspiring tones, deserves to make this a
staple on any player's board. ■
W H A T WE T H IN K
PLUS
I Built to last, and the full range
sweep is second to none
MINUS
I Slightly impractical
switching system
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Contemporary update of a
vintage classic makes for a fun and inspiring
pedal perfect for any genre
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