#1
Hey, I'm looking for an expression pedal for my Boss AW-3.

I was looking at the Roland pedals because that's what Boss recomends,
but the EV-7 is way too expensive, and I've heard some terrible things
about the EV-5.

So my question is, is there a better expression pedal that I can get
for less than $100?

Thanks
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#2
I went to a local shop, and got a generic $50 expression pedal for $40, and they gave me a 20 foot guitar cable.

That being said, an Ernie Ball Volume pedal can be used as an expression pedal (I think) and is usefull, anyway.
#3
^ Yah Slash uses the Ernie Ball volume to control his rack wah.
TS- In my experience, every expression pedal has been pretty much the same, since they don't affect your signal, only the parameters of other effects.
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#4
Okay, I guess I'll just go try some out,
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#5
Forgive me for creating a zombie topic, but why not just make your own pedal? All you'd need is a potentiometer (like volume/tone dials on the guitar), a guitar jacket socket, a spring of reasonable strength, a hinge or 2, and something to make the pedal surface and the bottom of it from. Total cost: £10-20.

To adjust the sensitivity of it, you could stick resistors between the out of the potentiometer and the in of the jack to limit the current.
#6
The Moog's are built nicely.
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#8
Stay away from those cheap 40 dollar Roland expressional pedals.. I heard they were, basically pieces of crap.