This is the perfect expression pedal for Eleven Rack!!
Replaced FC-7 pedal
I needed a volume pedal for my Yamaha PSR-640 keybd and it called for the FC-7 volume pedal. I was able to buy this pedal from Sweatwater for less and shipping included.
Works great and is inexpensive.
Great Expression Pedal
It comes with a long cable, roughly about 3 feet long. So you can place it anywhere on your board. I use it personally for my EHX Pitchfork and use it to control the pitch on it. It has a minimum setting knob which can be set to zero or full blast. The pedal travel is smooth and immediate. No footslip issues and I'm someone that plays both barefoot and with shoes. It feels stronger than it looks. I've definitely driven my foot into it hard.
Why buy a more expensive one.? Unbeatable for the price
Good solution for my MoXF at a fraction of the Yamaha price! Thanks again to Ed Nystrom for another good match to my needs.
M-Audio EX-P Expression Pedal
Very Sturdy built pedal and works with any keyboard or pedal operated interface and the price is what sold me that and my Sales engineer Wayne Davis whose the best always helping me decide what will work with my gear setup . I highly recommend this product
Well-built expression pedal. Purchased to use with an Eleven Rack - it works really well to control both volume or wah.
Light weight - functional - but could be a bit fragile
M-AUDIO EX-P EXPRESSION
I bought one of these.. It came damaged. (Whether it was a previous return or not, I can't say.)
Granted, MAudio did replace the pedal free of charge but I have to say, I use and have used many volume pedals over the years. I do alot of symphonics for various groups so they are a standard piece of equipment, so you can say I'm an expert on pedals!
One of the other reviews say this pedal is sturdy... NOT SO!!! First, the axis point that controls the potentiometer inside the unit to lower/raise the volume is PLASTIC. And secondly, it uses a hinge-type movement to control the volume. At the end of the hinge the plastic forms a LOOP around the steel potentiometer arm. Plastic and steel don't mix, and that's where it was cracked and it will do it everytime, especially when a heavier person depresses the pedal. (This is because that tiny little loop is the fulcrum point for the whole pedal.) Other units use a nylon gear system and a toothed nylon arm to roll the potentiometer which is a bit flimsy also, but at least you get about 2-5 years out of it providing you put a dab of vasoline on the gear once a year.. This thing had the right idea with an adjustable volume knob where you could adjust from dead sound to full, or from standard to full. It also provides a polarity switch, making it useful for all keyboards....I have to say those are great and sought after features, but my suggestion... you get what you pay for.. spend the extra and buy a better one. Sweetwater has many more options to choose from. If you're a busy musician this pedal's not for you...