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M-Audio EX-P Expression Pedal 

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Bolster the performance of your MIDI controller!

Works with all M-Audio MIDI controllers that have an expression pedal input. A built-in polarity switch ensures compatibility with most other brands of controllers and keyboards. Control any assignable variable MIDI controller value including volume, modulation, panning, filter sweep, and more. Durable molded construction with integral cable.

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  • Compatible with all M-Audio MIDI controllers with expression pedal input
  • Built-in polarity switch for compatibility with most keyboards/controllers
  • Hardwired 1/4" cable

Easily enhance the capabilities of your MIDI controller, at a price that can't be beat! Call or click to order now!

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M-AudioEX-P Expression Pedal
 
3.1

(based on 19 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (6)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (4)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (1)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (1)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (7)

80%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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  • Responsive (3)

Cons

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

THE budget pedal

I bought this pedal because the next cheapest expression pedal was twice as much as it, and not really any higher quality. It has lasted me about a year so far, and I...Read complete review

I bought this pedal because the next cheapest expression pedal was twice as much as it, and not really any higher quality. It has lasted me about a year so far, and I have put it through HELL. Not only has it spent most of its time in a flooded basement, but it's been packed haphazardly on the way to every gig, and when I play it I slam the thing all over the place.It has broken twice, and I've read other reviews here mentioning both problems, so they seem to be standard. One is the arm attached to the potentiometer, which was a super easy fix. Put it back in place, glued it, reinforced it with string. It's now twice as strong and solid as any other dedicated expression pedal out there. The other one was the cable. No problem. It took a year to get dicey (not even break), and then it was another super-simple fix. Just replace the cable with a stereo 1/4" jack. It's only three wires to solder and one hole to drill, and now I can use any length cable, and replace them if they break no problem. The rest of pedal is rock-solid, and has not broken in any critical places like I've seen many of the Roland EV-5's do.Bottom line: $30 and an hour's work got me a better pedal than most of the ones on the market.

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Not a solid piece of gear

You get what you pay for some times. A tiny piece of plastic connects the pedal part to the inside controls. That piece of plastic snapped less than a half hour into the first...Read complete review

You get what you pay for some times. A tiny piece of plastic connects the pedal part to the inside controls. That piece of plastic snapped less than a half hour into the first gig. A connector with the strength of a paper clip would have been a 100 times stronger.It might be good for the light footed home studio situation, but not in the heat of a performance.Korg and Yamaha pedals are worth the extra money.

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(9 of 9 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

THE budget pedal

By Dexioppus Johns

from New York City

Comments about M-Audio EX-P Expression Pedal:

I bought this pedal because the next cheapest expression pedal was twice as much as it, and not really any higher quality. It has lasted me about a year so far, and I have put it through HELL. Not only has it spent most of its time in a flooded basement, but it's been packed haphazardly on the way to every gig, and when I play it I slam the thing all over the place.It has broken twice, and I've read other reviews here mentioning both problems, so they seem to be standard. One is the arm attached to the potentiometer, which was a super easy fix. Put it back in place, glued it, reinforced it with string. It's now twice as strong and solid as any other dedicated expression pedal out there. The other one was the cable. No problem. It took a year to get dicey (not even break), and then it was another super-simple fix. Just replace the cable with a stereo 1/4" jack. It's only three wires to solder and one hole to drill, and now I can use any length cable, and replace them if they break no problem. The rest of pedal is rock-solid, and has not broken in any critical places like I've seen many of the Roland EV-5's do.Bottom line: $30 and an hour's work got me a better pedal than most of the ones on the market.

(4 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

Pretty Junky

By glennk

from Toronto

Comments about M-Audio EX-P Expression Pedal:

This thing didn't work from the start, so i pulled off the bottom plate and found that -- as others have mentioned -- the plastic connector was broken. This thing pretty much blows.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Good for the price.

By A-Town

from MS

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Pros

  • Compact size
  • Different Settings
  • Responsive

Cons

  • Plastic

Best Uses

  • Amateur Recording
  • Home Studio
  • Live Gig
  • Live gigs

Comments about M-Audio EX-P Expression Pedal:

Let me start off by saying that I am using the M-Audio EX-P for my guitar pedal; Boss SYB-5. I found it ironic that this is for a keyboard but it fails to work on my Casio while succeeds with working for my SYB-5 ( Synth pedal). Nonetheless, I got this pedal specifically for my pedals, not my keyboard. The EX-P has held up really well so far, dropped about 2 times. It is made out of plastic and has a rubber grip for the foot-switch. It comes with a knob to adjust the range of the delay, sound or whatever you need it for, which is pretty nice to have. It works great with all my Boss pedals and I have not yet tried it on any other brand. Overall I am very satisfied with this pedal, for the price you can't go wrong with it.

(2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

You Get What You Pay For

By Daniel Elliott

from Kerrville, TX

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Comments about M-Audio EX-P Expression Pedal:

Picked this up for my Nord Electro 2, looking for a pedal for wah/swell control; after about 1 month, the pot has already crapped out on me, can't get a smooth sweep at all. Next time, I'll spring for the more rugged pedal.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Not a solid piece of gear

By Milton

from L.A. CA

Comments about M-Audio EX-P Expression Pedal:

You get what you pay for some times. A tiny piece of plastic connects the pedal part to the inside controls. That piece of plastic snapped less than a half hour into the first gig. A connector with the strength of a paper clip would have been a 100 times stronger.It might be good for the light footed home studio situation, but not in the heat of a performance.Korg and Yamaha pedals are worth the extra money.

(1 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Never again

By mpdive

from Chattanooga

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Comments about M-Audio EX-P Expression Pedal:

I will never order from Musicians Friend again. The nasty lady who answered the phone when I inquired about a return plainly told me that I would be paying for the original shipping charge AND the return shipping charge. That would equal half the price of the pedal and not worth returning. It's Sweetwater from hear on out.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

High value & quality Pedal

By Chief

from Fort Polk, Louisiana

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Pros

  • Compact Design
  • Responsive
  • Versatile

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Performances

    Comments about M-Audio EX-P Expression Pedal:

    This pedal is a quality item that does not cost a lot, and it is very versatile to use with any keyboard or accessory that requires live performance control. Money well spent!

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    4.0

    Good value.

    By rob

    from Pennsylvania

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    • Price

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        Comments about M-Audio EX-P Expression Pedal:

        Does what it claims for a lot cheaper than many. Not the most solid piece of gear I own, but tough enough for what I'll put it through.

        (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

         
        4.0

        Good but Cheap

        By David

        from Marietta GA

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        Pros

        • Compact Design
        • Responsive

        Cons

        • Breaks Easily

        Best Uses

        • Performances

        Comments about M-Audio EX-P Expression Pedal:

        It's a good pedal, but it will break within the next 18 months. I've gone through several.

        (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        I like it.

        By mouth of the south

        from Atlanta

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        Comments about M-Audio EX-P Expression Pedal:

        I normally use to go through a bunch of pedals yearly. I've been using this pedal on the road and with my Church worship band controlling either a Nord Electro, Kurzwel PCX or Triton for the last 2 yrs. I've had none of the issues some others seem to have. For the price it's a much better value than the Roland (which incidentally are overpriced and suffer from flimsy build). I use this thing weekly, and I'm happy. I've owned them all. I personally like plastic pedals better than metal because they are easier to pack and deal with weight wise. But you have to use common sense, and not slam it around. BTW- Most ANY regular generic volume pedal can be used as Control/Volume pedal with most newer keyboards if you use a Stereo TRS cable. (stereo plug on one end and to in 2 1/4" plugs) Plug the stereo end into your keyboard and the the 1/4s into the in and out of the pedal. You'll have to experiment with which in&out to use- because the polarity is sometimes different on all keyboards. For other options check out Rolls volume pedals- they are a good value, compact and built like a tank. Bottom line on the M- Audio try it.

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