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Rogue VP-201 Stereo Volume Pedal
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A high-quality stereo pedal ideal for musicians on a budget. Features an adjustable sensitivity knob. Made of durable high-grade plastic with nonslip...Click To Read More About This Product
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A high-quality stereo pedal ideal for musicians on a budget. Features an adjustable sensitivity knob. Made of durable high-grade plastic with nonslip rubber feet. 2 inputs and outputs for 2 mono instruments or one instrument with stereo audio.
- Stereo operation
- 2 channels in and out
- Adjustable sensitivity
- Super-tough plastic construction
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So I guess people can't read and keep complaining about the rogue wah pedal and I agree it stinks becuase I used to own one. But the volume pedal is amazing for the price. I gave it a 7 for quality becuase it is plastic, when most volume pedals are metal. It has a couple of features that most good standard volume pedals don't. You can adjust how much volume is left when you put the pedal in the up position. It has 2 ins and 2 outs also which most pedals don't have. If you dont care about having a plastic pedal this is the one to buy. I have been gigging with it for about half a year and I have owned it for about 2 years and it still works fine. It doesn't suck any tone at all if you are worried about that. Buy this pedal!!! It's not like you can't afford it.
I really like this pedal. It's a bit light, but as far as going for a cheap volume pedal, it's the best way to go. I use it mostly because in my effects loop, my signal leaving my guitar gets cut a bit when I reduce my volume on my guitar, so I leave that up and use the volume pedal.
The Rogue VP-201 Stereo Volume Pedal is a great bargin for the money. It works great and does just what it claims to do. The only possible issue I would have with the unit is that it is plastic, but it has been durable so for during my use of the Rogue VP-201 Stereo Volume Pedal.
Of course you're not going to get Dunlop quality for something that's less than $$! But for it's price, this is a great buy. In fact, Rogue also makes a Wah for the same price that I plan to buy right after I finish this review. If you are a musician on a tigh budget, this is for you
The picture was confusing, and I was scared that I would have to keep buying 9 volts. What they didn't say is that it doesn't need any batteries or adapters. I like the minimum volume slide thing too. For the price, it's a no-brainer. Just take off the little legs, and it's pedal board velcro friendly.
yeah, i know it's cheap, but it AIN'T even worth the Jackson i threw away on it. it was alright while it worked but that wasn't for long. all i heard was static after a few weeks
I needed a volume pedal that would be mainly used to just cut off my guitar to switch guitars live and what not so with this price I couldn't pass it up. It even allows you to select how quiet you want it to get even with it pushed all the way down which is great when trying to get quiet live real quick with one motion. It is plastic, but it's on my pedal board so it should be fine and for the price it is a must have if you are in my same situation!
Great pedal, works fine with my 2 bass guitars that I switch between songs. No complaints other than it is a little cheap feeling but hey, for an inexpensive pedal...
I bought one of these units and after about 3 months of 2-4 gigs a month, it became noisy. Hoping the first was merely bad luck and in love with the cheap price, I bought a second. It has now become noisy after 3 months also. Accordingly, I will now be buying a more expensive unit.
Keeping in mind the price of this pedal, I don't see how you can go wrong! I got mine just to have an extra volume pedal around and I've been quite pleased with it. Yes, it's plastic, but it's a sturdy plastic that should last you awhile unless you throw your gear around like your drummer hits the skins. Those who have experienced hiss or scratching, I recommend opening it up and hitting the pots with a shot of contact cleaner. I've had no problems keeping mine going for a year now with regular usage both in the studio and at jam sessions.
I have to completely disagree with the two reviews that said this pedal was junk. I own both this model (VP-201 stereo volume pedal) and the wah/volume model and both have proven to be among the most useful items at the cheapest cost imaginable.I haven't found much use for the "Range" slider, as I can't imagine why you'd want to set the range smaller than 0%-100%. As mentioned in a previous review, the pedal seems to allow some leakage if you do not press down completely on the back of the unit when in the 0% (off) position. I was easily able to fix this, however, by opening up the unit and shifting the potentiometer so that it now doesn'y quite give me 100% when in the up (on) position. However this isn't a problem as the loss of volume is minimal and easily corrected by turning up my gear ever so slightly. The main reason I believe so strongly in these pedals is that I've had mine for well over 5 years now and they're like the day I bought them. The other guitarist and bassist in my band both have the $100+ Ernie Ball mono volume pedals which after a year or two are now so scratchy that they're virtually useless for anything more than quickly cutting the sound. Perhaps the other reviewers were unlucky and got bad ones, but I've used, abused and toured with mine for 5+ years, taken it apart and it's still as good as new. I highly recommend this pedal (as well as the wah/volume) to anyone who doesn't care about name brand bs and just wants functional gear at an amazing price.
I use one for the worship band I play in and it is perfect for my needs...swelling, fading, or just cutting off. The one I have is about 3 to 5 years old. The only thing wrong with it is when you get it to the top unless your careful with it it will cut out but move it about a millimeter and it will cut back on...but the other one on the stage is just as old and there isn't a thing wrong with it. This is Worth the little bit of money people...just buy it
I really enjoy playing this pedal. I bought it as a fast solution, on a low budget, to replace my broken Bespeco volume pedal. To my surprise, this pedal met all my expectations. The only thing I do not like about the pedal is the volume fine tuning slider. Most volume pedals allow you to raise the volume of the low end of the overall volume. However, this pedal will only allow you to lower the upper end of the overall volume. Maybe it's just my pedal. Do not be put off by the low price. The only loss of quality is in the materials used to construct the pedal. It is made of sturdy plastic, which is no match for my Wasabi pedals, but it makes for a low-cost, light weight, pedal. Overall, if you want a low-cost, light weight, pedal that is reliable and does what it is supposed to do, and does it well, get this pedal.
I bought this thinking that the slide with "volume" below it and "min" and "max" on either side was a minimum volume control (meaning the volume doesn't go below the minimum level you set on the slide when the pedal is all the way up). WRONG! It just shifts the range slightly or makes it slightly louder or something. Very disappointing. I opened it up to see if I could tweak it to have a min volume higher than 5% and it worked, but then if I pressed it down ever so slightly past the max, it would cut the volume out. This meant it was still useless for being a two-level volume control for gigs.On another note, it's constructed cheaply with lots of plastic, but probably won't break if you're nice to it. The surface of the pedal is pretty slippery (it's plastic -not rubber like more expensive pedals- and the grooves all point down).If you just want a cheap pedal to do volume swells with, then you'll probably be happy with this pedal (assuming it doesn't die on you like some of the other reviewers have said). If you want a volume pedal with an actual minimum volume control, then don't buy it.
This pedal is absolute junk, in my opinion. I didn't expect high quality (durability) for the price but it has no range to work with and therefore no functionality. It irks me that I will now have to pay more than the pedal is worth to send it back. Buyer beware.
I bought this pedal a little over a year ago. It worked fine up untill a couple of months ago. After that i would get a real fuzzy sound with no guitar sounds. Save some money and buy a crybaby.
This pedal is good for the musician on a tight budget. More specifically, it's good for a solo player on a budget. The pedal allows you to up the volume in a hurry, but I can't get it to an exact volume very quickly. In short, if you play solos and don't have much money for a volume pedal, this one's for you. However, if you've got more money, or play as a hobby, then you're probably better off saving you're money for a better volume and/or effects pedal.
Ok, well I got this cause I wanted to get a wah and a volume pedal for as cheap as a could. Reading some other reviews it looks like other people have also had the same problems I've had. I guess for the money its ok but it buzzes a lot and it doesnt sound very good. If I could do it all over again I would save up and get a cry baby because they are gonna be better in the long run.
its plastic...a lite waight...worked 4 bout 10 weeks then turned into a pile of **** ..just touch it,full volume..should have spent the money on beer....!!!!
If you're looking for a quality volume pedal, don't get this one. It's a waste of money. It's made out of plastic and will not work very long. It worked for me for 2-3 months and then cut out in the middle of a set. Not cool!! If you want a volume pedal go ahead and bite the bullet and spend some more money for a better constructed one.