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CME GPP-3 USB Programmable Grand Piano Style MIDI Pedal
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No matter what size and style of synth or digital piano you prefer, the GPP-3 Grand Piano Style MIDI Damper Pedal will give you a larger palette of s...Click To Read More About This Product
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No matter what size and style of synth or digital piano you prefer, the GPP-3 Grand Piano Style MIDI Damper Pedal will give you a larger palette of sounds to paint with. Three gold metal pedals jut out from a solid black wood casing ensuring stability as you play, while the built-in CPU stores up to 70 user settings, from vibrato rate to portamento, chorus send level to brightness. You can connect to your keyboard via USB, MIDI or 1/4-inch control jacks, and the pedals are polar-switchable to make it compatible with almost every brand out there.
- Pedal has built-in CPU to store over 70 user settings
- Works with most synthesizers, digital pianos or MIDI control applications
- Information sent via USB, MIDI, or 1/4-inch control jacks with voltage trim capability
- Polar-switchable, polished metal pedals
- Heavy wooden casing for stability
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I have been struggling to find a good use for the CME GPP-3 Grand Piano Style MIDI Pedal.The AC adapter jack is unreliable. When using the GPP-3 via MIDI with an adapter plugged into the jack, it will randomly turn off and back on. This often results in the polarity of the pedal being changed and sustain being stuck on for the notes you were playing. A workaround is to power it via the USB port.If you want to use the GPP-3 via the 1/4" jacks, look out: the right-most pedal is a continuous controller. It requires a TRS cable rather than a standard 2-conductor cable, and will not work properly with many keyboards? sustain pedal jacks.Despite having a USB port, you can?t program the pedal through your computer. Instead, you have to push pedals in a cumbersome fashion to change the settings. Though the settings are supposed to be stored, even after the power is turned off, this has been unreliable.Before considering, read the manual.