M-Audio SP-2 Sustain PedalItem ID: PedalPiano
Switchable Damper Pedal with 6-foot Cable and Non-slip Rubber Bottom
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A High-quality Damper Pedal for Any Electronic KeyboardThe M-Audio SP-2 Sustain Pedal is is a high-quality switchable damper pedal that's perfect for keyboard players who want the most realistic pedal action. The SP-2 model is used in the same manner as the sustain pedal on an acoustic piano. This classic-style pedal works with any M-Audio keyboard and is compatible with all electronic keyboards. Designed to work and feel just like an acoustic piano's sustain pedal, it has a specially designed rubber bottom that grips the floor and stays put while you play.
M-Audio SP-2 Sustain Pedal Features:
The M-Audio SP-2 Sustain Pedal is key for keyboard players who want the most realistic pedal action!
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Reviewsbased on 16 reviews
If it's heavy...it must be expensive!
by Wade B Powell from Melbourne, FloridaShort and sweet. I've owned or used sustain pedals that cost twice as much that felt light and cheesy. I spent most of my time chasing it around the floor. More duct tape! If it's heavy...it must be e... read more [+]xpensive! Right?It's not, but it feels that way. Anyway, this baby is stout and accurate. I think it weighs more than my keyboard! Nothing cheap about this pedal so far. I have a sneaky suspicion it may last way longer than any of it's competitors. close [-]
May 18, 2013
Music Background: Recording Engineer
A little add-On
by Brian F. Burke Jr. from Rochester, NYI noticed a few people had problems with them. That sucks. It sounds like an easily fixable thing though, being into electronics. I hope Sweetwater tok care of yuo guys. They are without a doubt THE B... read more [+]EST IN THE BUSINESS when it comes to those sorts of things. M-Audio probably hs mad a million of these things...sometimes things go wrong. I am not trying to make any excuse but rather urging you to give another one a try...talk with your Sales Engineer. They will work with you. Good luck. close [-]
October 4, 2012
Music Background: KJeys, Tenor Sax, Singing, Writing, Recording ,Producing...
Why buy anything else?
by Brian F. Burke Jr. from Rochester, NYI have owned one of these for almost 8 years o think. It has been soaked; used; abused; chewed on by the dog...well you get the idea. It still woorks flawlessly. It stays put. It has a natural feel. T... read more [+]he haalk pedaling is a bit touchym, maybe it is not supposed to have it and if you just back off a bit then step right back on it you retain some sustain. It is switchable making it versitile. Not only that but it is a heavy duty well made piece of professional equipment for the price of a toy. Whatels could you ask for? The price is the same as when I bought it years ago. I also have a Korg that I paid quite a bit more for and although it is a good pedal it has no noticable advantages. except maybe it matches the lable on my M3. It comes with a heavy plastic cover attached to the Chrome Pedal. I took some course sand paper and scuffed the plastic and it acts like a nonslip cover. Stays on like it was meant for it. I don't know if they still ship with them, but they are worth keeping. Even though it is a small poece of equipment it is essential and must be reliable. This pedal is that and all for a song. You will not be dissapointed. Lastly, the cable is nice and heavy and is long enough at 6 ft. to reach from the top board on a stack to where you need it! Enjoy it...I have. close [-]
October 4, 2012
Music Background: Keyboard Player as well as othe instruments, song writer, Etc.
by Eric Heukeshoven from Winona, MNI've used Yamaha and Kurzweil sustain pedals for years. They've always worked fine but both had a tendency to "wander" away from my foot. This pedal has a terrific rubber backing and stays right where... read more [+] I need it during the gig. And it's priced right too. close [-]
May 31, 2012
Music Background: Gigging Keyboardist
M-AUDIO SP-2 SUSTAIN PEDAL
by RICHARD ALOIZ from GREENFIELD, INDIANATHE PEDAL MIMICS A REAL PIANO PEDAL, AND IS WEIGHTED , PREVENTING THE PEDAL FROM MOVING AROUND. I AM VERY HAPPY WITH MY EXPERIENCE WITH THE SWEETWATER MUCIC COMPANY. THANKS!
March 4, 2012
Music Background: HOBBYIST MUSICIAN/ MUSIC WRITER
Mary Ann, Point Pleasant Boro, NJ