Casio SP33 3-pedal Board

Sustain, Soft, and Sostenuto Pedals for CGP-700 Digital Piano and CS-67 Stand
Casio SP33 3-pedal Board image 1
Casio SP33 3-pedal Board image 1
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Three-pedal Expressiveness for Your Casio Privia

Choose the Casio SP33 three-pedal unit when you want to play your Casio CGP-700 digital piano with the most expression possible. The SP33 is a 3-pedal unit providing a sustain pedal, a soft pedal, and a sostenuto pedal. The SP-33 even features an extended-damper function that simulates a pedal being pressed down halfway, for even more expression. For a true piano-playing experience with your CGP-700 digital piano, add the Casio SP33 three-pedal unit.

Casio SP33 Three-pedal Unit Features:
  • 3-pedal unit with sustain, soft, and sostenuto pedals
  • Extended-damper function simulates the response of a half-pressed pedal
  • Works with the Casio CGP-700 digital piano
  • Compatible with Casio PX150, PX160, PX350, and PX360 digital pianos (requires CS-67 stand)
The Casio SP33 gives your CGP-700 a full complement of pedals!

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Manufacturer Part Number SP33

Customer Reviews

3.5/5
Based on 3 reviews
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5/5

3 Pedals for Casio Privia 350

The 3-pedal assembly for my new Casio Privia 350 works great! It is easily mounted to the X-stand that came with the Privia. A piece of 1/4 inch composition board under the pedals make the base flush with the floor. After "chasing" the single pedal that comes with the keyboard all around the floor, the 3-pedal part is a must for any serious keyboard player. Thanks for everything, Sweetwater.
Music background: 50+ year piano player
3.5/5

SP33 Pedalboard--we'll see!

I have mixed feeling about this pedal board. On one hand, it packs good functionality into a compact and fairly easy to install product. On the other hand, it feels cheaply built for something that will get plenty of abuse from feet, and it does not match--or integrate well with--the Casio wooden stand that came with the PX-160 piano we bought. They only included two cable guides/ties, which is not enough. Finally, this is a poor "standalone" option. Without the integrated stand, there is no way to attach this pedalboard to anything, and it is relatively bulky and large for portable/stage applications. Overall, I think this will be a nice addition to our studio, but we will have to see how it holds up, and I think it's a non-starter for most "weekend warrior" keyboard players.
Music background: Gigging musician, teacher
2/5

I wish they had used a different approach and attaching this footpedal.

This three paddle attachment for the Casio keyboard attaches to the MDF stand that comes with the keyboard standard. I'm not a fan of MDF. I would like to be able to use this keyboard with the petals in a Z style stand or other keyboard stand, but this is pretty much a dedicated to the Music room stand approach. It works, it wasn't that expensive, so I guess I can't complain too hard. I just really don't like the design.
See also: Volume Pedals, Casio, Casio Keyboard Pedals