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Digital Subscriptions > Guitar Magazine > Feb 2019 > MARK TREMONTI, MICHAEL AMOTT & DJ ASHBA SKELETON MINI WAHS

MARK TREMONTI, MICHAEL AMOTT & DJ ASHBA SKELETON MINI WAHS

Morley catches the eye with this trio of limited-edition signature wah-wahs that are intended primarily, but not exclusively, for use with high-gain tones. And one even glows in the dark…

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Morley’s roster of endorsees is an eclectic one and, as an addition to the company’s Custom Shop range of mini pedals that also includes units from George Lynch, Steve Vai and Megadeth’s Kiko Loureiro comes this threesome of eye-catching wahs, each of which is limited to just 500 units worldwide.

The reduced size of the rolled-steel chassis – Tremonti’s full-size T2 wah is 231mm long, while the Mini version is 114mm – obviously saves room on a cramped pedalboard, but there’s still sufficient surface area to allow for messers Tremonti, Amott and Ashba to add striking custom graphics.

The Tremonti features the artwork from his fourth solo album A Dying Machfine, while the rather more understated look of Sixx:A.M. guitarist DJ Ashba’s wah is balanced by the fact that the whole thing is clad in a bone-white inish that incorporates Morley’s ‘Glow In The Dark Coating Technology’. There’s nothing subtle about the blood-spflatter livery of metal legend Michael Amott’s pedal, but it’ll appeal heartily to its target audience.

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