No switch, so you can start using them immediately with an upward sweep (as in tonally, down with the foot).
Thats what I use. Theres a button to activate it like in the pic but if you look on the left side sticking out next to the pedal theres a lever. if you pull the lever towards the front it puts it into autowah mode like you're talking about. if you want to switch activate you just flip the lever toward the front. Takes a 9v under the on/off switch if you want to run without a power supply. I'd recommend as I've never had an issue with it failing.
One word of advice with the Morleys... When taking your foot off there's quite a large delay until the wah actually disengages. I hated this for years and was just on the cusp of replacing it when I noticed there's a very simple mod you can do (literally just opening it up and tweaking one of the components) to cut down the delay.
Yep, there's an internal trim-pot. I don't know why it's even there, it should shut-off immediately... :lol:I use the Tremonti Morley. I love it and I have never noticed a delay with it.
This is the one to get, IMO. I've never really liked how Morleys sound; not classic enough.I have and use a Crybaby 95Q, for exactly that reason (auto-on/off). It is activated as soon as you put your foot on it, and goes into bypass when you take your foot off the pedal.
The Q control and the boost make it super flexible also.
For motion activated ones, this one rules. Love mine, sounds like a wah should. However, it's just standard dunlop, for live, it's great, no more leaving wah pedal on by accident.This is the one to get, IMO. I've never really liked how Morleys sound; not classic enough.