#1
Okay, what do you guys think about this volume pedal?

I would be using it to control the wah/whammy on my RP-50 and of course the volume. So any opinions/suggetions or reviews would be completely insane.

Thanks in advance
#2
Well, I'm also in the market for a volume, and from my research, this isn't the volume pedal if you plan on doing swells like me.

Look into the Boss FV-50 or FV-500, Ernie Ball Jr.'s, and other Morleys.


Visual Sound's Vsiual Volume is also great, but costlier....
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#4
It's neither a whammy or a wah pedal though....
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Wah, Whammy, and Volume are three separate things.
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Wah, Whammy, and Volume are three separate things.


NO!! They are effects on my RP50 which I can control with a volume pedal.
And I must say: the whammy is actually pretty good....(for what it is)
#8
Yeah, stickies aren't helping your cause.

If it's compatible with the rp50 I don't see why it wouldn't work, you can figure out if it's compatible yourself
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Yeah, stickies aren't helping your cause.

If it's compatible with the rp50 I don't see why it wouldn't work, you can figure out if it's compatible yourself


Well I'm asking for opinions on the pedal, got any?
#11
I don't think it'll be compatible personally, you'll need a plain expression pedal rather than a volume pedal if i'm not mistaken.
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#13
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I don't think it'll be compatible personally, you'll need a plain expression pedal rather than a volume pedal if i'm not mistaken.


Tet manual syas: "ANY passive volume pedal can be used as an expression pedal with the RP50.....(blah blah blah)......The expression pedal (in this case: passive volume pedal) controls the RP50's volume, wah, or Whammy TM parameters."
#14
ok well i think you are running bad pedals into bad pedals.

just my opinion.
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#15
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ok well i think you are running bad pedals into bad pedals.

just my opinion.



Well I don't think the Morley can be to bad, but yeah I know my RP50 isn't teh greatest. (I think it's ok though )

Anyways, I just wanted to have some fun with the whammy effect (which ain't to bad), you know....fun!