#1
Hi guys, I'm planning to buy an Ernie Ball Volume Pedal JR. Is it a great volume pedal? 'Cause I've read reviews on the internet that it's cracks or pops or whatever. Is it really THAT bad?
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#2
Well, when something breaks or gets dirty, it's probably going to crack and pop.

In my opinion, it's the best bang-for-the-buck volume pedal out there.
I wouldn't use anything else unless money was no object.
#3
Ohh. So it depends really on the person using it. Okay. Thanks!
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Takamine EG-240

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#5
The cracking and popping is most likely caused by heavy use of the pedal which ages/damages the potentiometer inside. It's one of the best volume pedals there out there, if not the best.

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#6
I just got one, it's pretty good. The swell is a bit much to get used to at first. To be honest, I thought i'd use it a lot more than I do. I guess when gigs come around it will help much more, as I did want a quick way to silence my guitar without changing guitar controls.
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