I'm using the Morley Wah/volume pedal and although it's useful to have both in one box, if you are predominantly looking for a volume pedal I wouldn't recommend it. The travel is strange to me, the manual says that it's optimised for pedal steel-like effects so most of the attenuation is in the top third of the pedal's throw, I find it hard to get subtle changes in volume and smooth swells, the wah is great though! Martin Shellard ---------- >From: M T <email@example.com> >To: Loopersfirstname.lastname@example.org >Subject: Re: active/passive volume & controll >Date: Mon, Aug 2, 1999, 6:02 pm > > thanks to everyone for the input so far. I've heard good things about > the Ernie Ball pedals, but they are relatively huge, and the same goes > for the Morleys, which makes me reluctant to use them. With a Wah and > a huge volume, I don't have a hell of a lot of room left on my > pedalboard (not that I need much, but one never knows...). I've > thought about getting a wah/volume combo, which would solve the > size/weight issue, but that seems like it might be a drag somehow - if > anyone has used these, I would love to hear what they think of them.