Ernie Ball 6165 500K Stereo Volume / Pan Pedal

Stereo Volume/Pan Pedal with 500k ohm resistance
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The dual potentiometer 6165 Stereo Volume/Pan Pedal has a 500k ohm resistance suitable for the audio path of passive instruments. Attached to the footplate is a switch that provides the user two operating modes (volume or pan). Use the Stereo Volume/Pan PedalA input / A output for the left channel and the B input / B output for the right channel for stereo signals. For use with stereo cable installations using TRS type stereo plugs, use the B input and B output. For use as a mono volume pedal, use the A input and A output. For use as a typical pan pedal, switch the 6165's toe tap switch to the pan position and use only the A input. The pedal will pan the signal between the A and B outputs.

Ernie Ball 6165 Stereo Volume/Pan Pedal Features:
  • 500k ohm resistance for passive instruments
  • Controls Volume or Pan

Tech Specs

Height 2.75"
Width 4"
Depth 11"
Weight 3 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number P06165

Customer Reviews

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Ernie Ball workhorse.

This pedal is built for the long haul.
Music background: Musician, Studio Engineer

The Third Foot

I play a synth access guitar and route the pups through a multi FX and into the same keyboard amp I plug my GR-20 into. I play worship at church and use the synth to mostly fill out the sound with pads and such. In order to keep the dynamics in place, I often have to pull the volume back on my RP-1000 and increase the synth volume - impossible to do simultaneously as it literally leaves me without a leg to stand on. My Sales Engineer Mark, hooked me up with this item and it is most definitely the solution. I can use the pan function to blend more or less of each signal together. I don't know how other people would use this, but it is a complete solution for me. Kudos: Built as solid as any pedal I've EVER owned. I know people always say "it's built like a tank" but seriously, put a turret on this and it's ready for deployment. The only minus I give is that in mid pan, you get about half of each signal. That may just be the nature of what it's doing - makes sense. Anyway, shifting a bit toward the input you want to emphasize brings the volume back up. I love it. I can now play alternating "duets" switching from the guitar to a synth patch just by rocking back and forth.
Music background: Getting back into electrics after a 20yr hiatus & loving all the new toys.
See also: Footswitches, Ernie Ball, Ernie Ball Footswitch / Selector Pedals, Ernie Ball Guitar Volume Pedals