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I bought this to use with my Headrush Gigboard and it works perfectly. I'm not using it on stage so didn't need something you could drive a truck over. Yes; the construction is all plastic but it's extremely sturdy. You're going to have to pay several times this if you want a metal pedal - and it's not going to work any better than this. I use a Roland DP-10 (I'd got kicking about) in switch mode into the Gigboard to enable switching this pedal between two expression modules. So, I end up with exactly what I wanted for not very much money.
Using this with my M-Audio Keystation 88 II and it just does a great job, particularly on a budget. It feels sturdy and has a nice enough action to it. My Keystation has both a Sustain and a "Volume" (Expression) jacks in the back and the EX-P works perfectly well as both. I don't see why it wouldn't do the same for other keyboard controllers when the polarity switch is changed, as long as you have both jack options yourself.
It works fine with my old Zoom GX3 and B2 processors. I'd given up on expression pedals as two Zoom pedals failed on me in quick succession. More robust than I was expecting from other reviews: I wouldn't want roadies jumping up and down on it but good enough. There was a picture of other inputs and outputs which is simply the wrong picture which is supposed to show the range adjuster. There is no tension adjuster but the resistance is adequate - a little loose for my taste.
This is budget expression pedal and the price reflects that. Having said that, it is well built and compatible with many devices (I haven't found one that it wont work with yet). The only thing that sets it aside from more expensive pedals is the feel of it when in use.....it's not very, well....expressive! The action is too loose and is easily knocked out of position with a glancing blow from your foot. Overall a good, reliable pedal for the price
Bought this for the expression out on my new Electro Harmonix Riddle Q Balls pedal. It works perfectly and has an adjustment on the side to control just how far the sweep range goes. I need to buy/make an inline bypass footswitch module though to toggle the expression pedal as it is always on when plugged into the EHX. Overall great value for money!
This works like a treat as a sustain pedal on a Nektar Impact LX25 keyboard without having to switch the polarity control underneath. Does much the same as other similar pedals but for the price, this is indeed money well spent.
Volume (expression) pedals for keyboards have traditionally been over-priced in my experience, so I was greatly pleased to find this pedal from M-Audio. It's good quality and feels very comfortable underfoot whether your standing or sitting at the keys. It's important to point out that it is a control pedal that plugs into the volume or control socket of a keyboard or synth, it is NOT the type where you plug the audio out of your keyboard into it and then take an output to an amplifier.
I bought this for my EHX Pitchfork pedal, as I wanted a cheaper alternative to experiment with an expression pedal. Since buying it, I’ve not had it unplugged. Works fantastically, no latency and is a cheap alternative to other expression pedals on the market.
It’s very plasticky (by that, I mean it’s entirely made of plastic) so I’m not sure how long it will last and if you’re prone to kicking things, weather or not it will snap. But if it does snap… just buy another one! Well worth the investment!