Morley Releases Signature DJ Ashba Skeleton Wah

A switchless wah that is tuned to DJ's specs.

Glendale Heights, IL (January 11, 2017) -- Morley, makers of pedals, switches and Ebtech audio solutions, released the DJ Ashba Skeleton Wah. This new signature wah is switchless; simply step on to engage wah and step off to go to bypass. It is also electro-optical meaning there are no pots to wear out and get scratchy. The Skeleton Wah is tuned in to DJ’s preferred tone and sweep and is equipped with our new custom MQ2 inductor for more intense Wah, smooth range and less noise. It has an internal wah level trimpot for those who want to tweek the Wah’s output level.

“One of the coolest features about the pedal is the entire pedal glows in the dark.” adds Morley’s Bill Wenzloff, “It’s Morley’s Patent Pending Glow In The Dark Coating Technology. The Bone white paint job is beautiful and once it receives a charge of light will glow on a dark stage. The pedal graphics were designed by DJ himself and adds a great touch of style to the pedal.”

The Skeleton Wah is suitable for use with guitar, bass, keys or any other instrument you can plug into it. It is housed in a cold rolled steel chassis, equipped with LED indication, our Quick Clip battery door and has a street price of $145.00. Also available in M2 European version (Model SKW2). As with all Morley’s, it comes with a no-hassle two year warranty.

See DJ Ashba with his current band Sixx:A.M. For more about DJ, visit www.djashba.com

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