#1
Hi all

After searching around on the forum I'm still at a loss as to which volume pedal people would suggest.

I had been looking at an Ernie Ball but some of the reviews on H-C suggested to stay away as build quality and initial volume 'bite' was poor for swells.

Any suggestions would be really appreciated!

Thanks
PJ
#2
Check the reviews section of UG, if in doubt go there, there's bound to be lots of volume pedals that have been reviewed, you'll get a more detailed overview and a greater analysis of the actual pedal
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id go with EB. those things are built like bricks.

maybe there are some model EBs not worth it. but honestly, i'd look for other reviews other than hc.
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you probably want a passive pedal.


and personally speaking i've used but never pulled the trigger on a volume pedal.

i used to be into pedals, collected a bunch, but not so much anymore.

i like a simple, simple setup when playing.
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you probably want a passive pedal.


and personally speaking i've used but never pulled the trigger on a volume pedal.

i used to be into pedals, collected a bunch, but not so much anymore.

i like a simple, simple setup when playing.


Yeh i was kinda the same, too many pedals means you incorperate to many sounds into one song, making it a bitch to play live or even to practice due to the ammount your feet have to do
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Yeh i was kinda the same, too many pedals means you incorperate to many sounds into one song, making it a bitch to play live or even to practice due to the ammount your feet have to do



they have a place. especially something like a volume pedal, meant to enhance the functionality of your amp / rig, without coloring your tone.

i just hate the mess of a big board.

one shoddy wire and my whole practice is wasted, trying to eliminate the hum.

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