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The AmpliTube Morley® Collection brings together 3 classic and sought-after stompbox effects from the pioneers of effects pedals. You’ll find the rich analog sound of cascading delays in the EVO-1 and the warm, fat fuzz tone of the explosive Power Wah Fuzz, along with the wide frequency response and control of the Contour Wah. Each pedal is unique and has been faithfully recreated by IK and sound-certified by Morley to offer you an exclusive new experience for AmpliTube 5.

Morley Collection overview

  • Gear collection for AmpliTube Custom Shop
  • 3 of the most acclaimed Morley effects
  • Breakthrough technology for unparalleled realism
  • Sound-certified and approved by Morley
  • No previous version of AmpliTube required
  • Works seamlessly with the new Custom Shop updates
AmpliTube GUI Morley Stomps

“Get more with Morley”

Founded in Los Angeles in the ′60s by brothers Ray and Marvin Lubow, the Morley company has produced innovative wah-wahs, volume pedals, phasers pedals and the original (patented design) Oil Can Delay included here, which is no longer produced. Morley is best known for its wah-wah pedals that were the first to use an electro-optical circuit rather than a potentiometer to control the effect, making them both quieter and smoother to operate. Morley pedals have been used by a wide range of musicians, including Steve Vai, David Gilmour, Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson, Jerry Garcia and Lee Ritenour.

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Gear available in Morley Collection

Morley Collection features three classic stompboxes including the much sought-after EVO-1 which uses an electro-static delay apparatus famously called the Oil Can Delay. Each effect captures perfectly the original’s unique tone-shaping design with some added new features approved by Morley in the case of the EVO-1. Get ready to be amazed.

3 Stompboxes

  • EVO-1 "Oil Can Delay"
  • Power Wah Fuzz
  • Contour Wah
Explore the gear
Morley EVO-1 'Oil Can Delay'

Officially Certified Morley® EVO-1 "Oil Can Delay"

The Morley EVO-1 is a rare and highly coveted effect pedal that was released in the early ′70s. It uses a patented electro-static delay technology to create a lush velvety delay with hints of modulation that’s unlike any analog echo. Perfectly recaptured by IK’s design team and sound-certified by Morley, you’ll get all of the hardware’s sonic idiosyncrasies and unpredictability with some new advanced features.

Morley EVO-1 'Oil Can Delay' AampliTube Gear

How it works

The EVO-1 has three main controls: one for the delay time, one for the feedback and one for the echo volume. The EVO-1 also has a volume pedal, which can be used to create swells or adjust volume in real-time with an expression control. With Morley’s enthusiastic blessing, IK has added further controls.

Disk Noise allows you to blend in the magic sounds made from imperfections in the erase head, which don’t allow the disk to be completely erased at each turn, resulting in part of its charm. Disk Erase regulates the efficiency of the erase head. And finally, you can adjust the delay time precisely using a new BPM control.

Morley Oil Can photo
Morley Power Wah Fuzz

Officially Certified Morley® Power Wah Fuzz

The Morley Power Wah Fuzz is another classic effects pedal released in the ′70s that combines a wah and a fuzz effect into one unit. Using the latest modeling technologies IK has faithfully recreated the warmth and saturated tone of the original MPSA12 transistor. Even the wide frequency range of the optical sensor (the first of its kind) was modeled to deliver a variety of sounds from subtle to extreme. The Power Wah Fuzz has been used by many musicians including Cliff Burton and Jerry Garcia.

Power Wah Fuzz AampliTube Gear

The Power Wah Fuzz has two main controls: the intensity level and the wah tone. The Intensity knob lets you balance the level of the Fuzz to the level of the instrument. The tone controls the overall tone of the fuzz. When the fuzz and wah is turned off the pedals works as a volume pedal.

Morley Power Wah Fuzz photo
Morley Contour Wah

Officially Certified Morley® Contour Wah Pedal Model

The Morley Contour Wah Pedal Model is an electro-optical wah pedal that was first released in 1996. It has a wide frequency range and a variable Q control, which allows you to precisely shape the wah sound. The pedal also has a Contour mode, which lets you create sweeping filter effects.

Contour Wah AampliTube Gear

Thanks to its array of controls, the Contour Wah Pedal can be tweaked to suit many styles and sounds. The Contour and Level controls allow you to fine tune the high-end response and personality of the pedal from mellow to bright and cutting, while the Auto-off feature adds tremendous flexibility to the pedal's functionality. Works with Bass guitar too!

Morley Contour Wah photo

Add historic dimensions to your sound with the Morley Collection. The unique memory system of the Morley Oil Can Delay is back. Free flowing Echo. Notes cascading and falling through time and space without beginning or end. On a background of velvet black silence.

The thunderous Power Wah Fuzz makes its plugin debut as well. Morley and IK Multimedia spent years carefully analyzing the original analog units and have delivered their true authentic sound in digital format. Morley’s famed Contour Wah rounds up the collection giving you the option of vintage and modern Wah tones.”

Pete Fenech, Morley

But wait, there's more

AXE I/O — Capture your guitar and bass at their best

Ready for the ultimate guitar and bass recording experience that brings out every nuance of AmpliTube Morley Collection? Check out AXE I/O, IK’s line of premium audio interfaces with powerful tone shaping tools and inputs for an expression pedal to use the virtual wahs from Morley just like the real deal.


Take MIDI control

AmpliTube is fully MIDI compatible, so all the knobs, controls and presets of this gear Collection for AmpliTube can be assigned and controlled with a standard MIDI controller, or a high-quality interface like the iRig Stomp I/O, or the convenient iRig BlueBoard.


A Time Machine of tone… for free

The AmpliTube 5 Custom Shop is a free software package for your Mac or PC that includes a complete guitar dual signal chain; tuner, pedalboard, amplifier, cabinet, microphone and rack effects section. It comes with 39 pieces of gear and access to our unique online virtual music store where you can purchase gear models either a-la-carte or as a complete collection. You can even create almost any rig you can dream up combining this gear collection with the universe of gear available to try or buy in Custom Shop.

When used as a standalone application, AmpliTube 5 Custom Shop features a 2-track recorder section and a song-player for easy play-along capabilities. The SpeedTrainer function allows you to slow down the audio so you can learn Satch’s signature licks note for note without affecting the pitch.


AmpliTube 5 — step up to the modern player’s ultimate tone studio

While AmpliTube gear sounds absolutely amazing in AmpliTube Custom Shop, it will sound even better with all the new and improved tone-tweaking features inside of AmpliTube 5 — features like the Freely Configurable Signal Chain and a re-designed Cabinet section to name a few.


Freely Configurable Signal Chain

AmpliTube 5 features a new, completely customizable gear chain. Beyond mono & stereo, AmpliTube 5 now supports wet-dry-wet configurations and other advanced series & parallel routing.

The overall chain now supports up to a massive 57 simultaneous models across Stomps, Racks, Amps and Cabs. And setup is a breeze - just drag & drop any model into place, to build or re-position even the most complex rigs in seconds.


New Cabinet Section with VIR™ Technology

AmpliTube 5 premieres a re-engineered Cabinet section with all-new DSP. IK’s new Volumetric Impulse Response (VIR™) uses 600 IRs per speaker, 1,200 IRs for a 2-speaker cab and 2,400 IRs for a 4-speaker cab, capturing a massive 3D array of mic placement options, plus all the interactions between speakers, cabinet and floor for a completely true-to-life sound.


Track your creativity

As a standalone application, AmpliTube 5 also features an integrated 8-track recorder, plus a 4-track looper for quickly capturing your ideas as they come to you. And, of course, you can mix and match your favorite gear with any and all of the new AmpliTube 5 models to create your own one-of-a-kind tones.

If you haven't already, now’s a great time to leap ahead with AmpliTube 5.


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