#1
I found a good deal on a DeArmond model 1602 volume pedal, but I was originally planning on buying a used VP JR. and having the tone suck mod done by this1smyne. Which would be the better option for ambient swells, and overall tone preservation?
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#2
The vp jr without mods has served me well and I love it. I notice no difference with or without it in the chain. I'd definitely recommend it.
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#3
Morley Little Alligator. Amazing volume pedal with no pot to wear out and a linear taper. I can't believe how relatively unpopular this pedal is, log taper pots are total bullshit for swells.

I did a ton of research on this before settling on the Little Alligator, and it works exactly how a volume pedal should.
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