Several years ago after I'd built a few pedal steel guitars, making them smaller and lighter, I got to thinking about volume pedals: do they have to be so dang big?
How small could a volume pedal be and still do its job?
So I built a little one that soon became my favorite. Other musicians asked me about it and asked me to build more.
Here they are, hand built in Denver. A great addition to any pedalboard.
the pedal in action
500Kohm 'superpot' 7 million use
and it does not affect tone
1/4" mono input and output
plus 1/4" mono tuner out jack
6"length X 2"width X 1 5/8"height
weight about 1 lb
It's a passive pedal: no power required
Honest and solid in construction
Non-skid top and bottom
Solid aluminum, brushed finish
Utilizing the same chassis as the moyo volume pedal, the moyo expression pedal uses a 1/4" TRS (tip-ring-sleeve) jack and a Dunlop 10K ohm linear taper potentiometer.
Yes you can, but all the jacks must be on the right side of the pedal. I don't always stock pedals with different configurations, so it might take a week or two longer to get one out to you.
Only one color: brushed aluminum. Once it's yours you can decorate it any way you want.
Yes it is, but you won't need to. When I put them together, I adjust the pedals so that they use nearly all of the potentiometer travel in both directions. It is best for the potentiometer that it does not bottom out completely.
Pocket sizes vary, but it will fit in most back pockets. It fits in mine.
The pedal is 6"length X 2"width X 1 5/8"height.
I don't have a formal warranty. I'm just a guy building these pedals by hand in my workshop.
But I want you to have a pedal that works for you; if there is a problem with the pedal, you can return it for full refund or replacement.
volume pedal: https://reverb.com/item/4390294-moyo-mini-volume-pedal
expression pedal: https://reverb.com/item/16629808-moyo-expression-pedal
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