A Super-stable Sustain Pedal with Half-damper Control
Harness the full expressive potential of your keyboard with the Korg DS-1H sustain pedal. This piano-like metal pedal is very durable and feels incredibly stable under your foot. Korg users can enjoy half-damper control, which varies the lengths of your sustained notes depending on how far down you press the pedal. This allows you to dial back the sustain of your notes if your playing becomes excessively loud or muddy. The Korg DS-1H sustain pedal features a built-in cable, so connecting it to your keyboard is a piece of cake.
Korg - 50 years of innovation
In over half a century of continuous innovation, Korg has introduced and advanced many aspects of electronic music technology and keyboard design. It began in 1963, when Tsutomu Katoh and Tadashi Osanai created their original Doncamatic DA-20 disc rotary electric auto rhythm machine. Korg quickly bloomed into a full-fledged electronic organ company, until they embraced the fledgling synthesizer market emerging in the mid '70s. From key transpose functions and onboard effects to sample and synthesis sound design, the keyboard world owes many industry-standard technologies to Korg. That's why top keyboardists like Jordan Rudess, Herbie Hancock, and Omar Edwards (and quite a few of us here at Sweetwater) rely on Korg to craft their unforgettable sonic signatures.
Korg DS-1H Sustain Pedal Features:
- Piano-like metal sustain pedal for Korg, Novation, Fatar, and Casio keyboards
- Durable design feels incredibly stable under your foot
- Enjoy expressive realism with half-damper pedal control (this feature only works with Korg keyboards)
- Built-in cable makes connecting to your keyboard easy