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Hammond XPK-200L 20-Note Pedal Board
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This 20-note pedal board has extra-long natural pedal sticks for ease of play. Part number XPK-200L....Click To Read More About This Product
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Long stick bass pedals.
This 20-note pedal board has extra-long natural pedal sticks for ease of play. Part number XPK-200L.
- Long sticks for easy play
- 20-notes of bass control
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- Compact Design
- Black keys not tall enough
- Amateur Recording
- Home Studio
- Professional Recording
Comments about Hammond XPK-200L 20-Note Pedal Board:
It's ok for what it is. I purchased it used, which gave it a good discount. For me, the black keys are really not tall enough (perhaps 1" higher than the white?)— when you depress them, they sink nearly to the level of the white keys, which makes it far too easy to barely touch a white note by mistake with the side of your foot, and trigger another note.
If you play slowly on the pedals/ mostly use it on ballads and the like, it might be ok. I play walking basslines upwards of 240 bpm with my left foot, and when I come in at an angle (i.e. from low C to Gb), it is too easy to hit a white note by mistake. On the pedalboard of my vintage Hammond C3 I don't run into this problem at all, or on the newer digital hammond 25-note pedalboards I've tried (XPK-25 etc).
I also realized that I can't stand front-hinged pedals. They seem to dip too deeply, and don't have the feel I want.
I don't like the huge metal case at the end of it. I realize it's probably to add weight to prevent slippage, but it seems really unnecessary for such a simple device.
I've returned it. I hope Hammond wisens up and makes a portable (less than 55 lbs!) rear-hinged pedalboard, with taller black keys. There's an Italian manufacturer that does, and hopefully they have a better feel. Hammond build-quality is nowhere near what it was 50+ years ago, and their product line is overpriced.