Yamaha FC4Item ID: FC4
Normally Closed Piano-style Sustain Foot Pedal with 6' Cable for Roland, Yamaha, and Kawai Keyboards
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Piano-Style Sustain Pedal!For those electronic keyboards with an input jack labeled "SUSTAIN," the FC4 model is used in the same manner the sustain pedal on an acoustic piano is used. Designed to work and feel just like an acoustic piano's sustain pedal, its specially designed rubber bottom grips the floor and stays put while you play. The FC4 can also be utilized as an FS controller for synthesizers, tone modules and drum machines. You'll be pleasantly surprised by the performance of this model!
Yamaha FC4 Features:
The Yamaha FC4 works and feels just like an acoustic piano's sustain pedal - you'll love the performance of this pedal!
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Reviewsbased on 11 reviews
by Andrew Oberg from Berryville ARThe only sustain pedal that I buy. I have four of them. Very dependable, sturdy and cost effective
April 22, 2013
Music Background: pro keyboardist
by Floyd Gorham from Ocala, FloridaDoes a great job and stays in place on the floor.
May 19, 2012
Music Background: Pro Musician
Yamaha design of quality for sure. Sweetwater carries only the best!
Just what I needed at a great price.
by Harold Reeve from Modesto, CA USAThe FC4 sustain pedal works well and does just what I need. The action is responsive enough to give good control and feedback to my foot. OK, a Steinway grand sustain pedal is better, but this costs a... read more [+] lot less and is attached to a $200 keyboard for music in a children's division at church. It does a very good job for this purpose.
September 25, 2006
Music Background: Just for fun.
The pedal function was reversed (up was sustain) when first plugged in, but a simple power down of the keyboard set it right again.
I rated this a 4.5 instead of a 5 because I was not "blown away" by the FC4 sustain pedal - just completely satisfied. If I was going to rate Sweetwater here I would give the company a 5 out of 5. Where else can you get a great price, free shipping on a small order, great service (two phone calls just because they wanted to make sure I got great service), and a handful of candy in the box!?! I even took the time to review this product and their fulfillment of my order, and I have never done that before! close [-]
Squeaky after awhile, but feels solid
by Jesse from Kansas, USAFor a sustain pedal, this is really great. It feels solid, has a nice rubber grip on the bottom to minimize sliding around on the floor. I use it with a Yamaha S90 XS, and it does excellent.
November 21, 2012
Music Background: Pro Musician
... read more [+]r /> The biggest problem with it is the squeak that it developed. I called Sweetwater the first time it started squeaking, and they replaced it - no questions asked. The second one worked great for awhile (can't remember, but I think it was several months), then started to squeak again. I didn't want them to have to replace it again, so I pulled off the bottom cover, and greased the squeaking part. It has been several months since I did that and it hasn't squeaked at all that I am aware of. It was a really easy fix, and wouldn't deter me from purchasing them in the future, it's just something to know. close [-]
Yamaha FC4 Sustain Pedal for digital piano's
by Martin Horn from Redding, CAA smooth operating pedal, since I did not have to adapt my playing style to this pedal and have played without thinking about the pedal, must be a great pedal. A great pedal is one you don't think abo... read more [+]ut ever, just when it stops functioning properly and this pedal feels like it will go a long time before failure. close [-]
December 21, 2011
Music Background: pro musician, composer, performing on piano and guitar.
Henry, Marion, IL