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M-Audio SP-2 | Universal Sustain Pedal with Piano Style Action for MIDI Keyboards, Digital Pianos and More
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- Universal sustain pedal with chrome foot pedal for a natural, realistic pedal action
- Enhanced design with a conveniently located polarity switch for compatibility with all electronic keyboards
- Premium build with a robust, heavy-duty mechanism for uncompromised reliability
- Lightweight, ultra-compact aesthetic provides Enhanced piano style sustain in portable footprint
- Specially designed rubber pads located on the pedals underside grips the floor and stays put while you play; Includes 6 inch cable with 1/4 inch jack for connection to virtually any midi keyboard, stage piano or sound module with a 1/4 inch sustain pedal input
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Piano type sustain pedal Classic design Compatible with all electronic keyboards 6' cable with 1/4 jack Built around a heavy-duty mechanism With rubber-coated shell and chrome foot pedal
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For Keyboard Players Who Want the Most Realistic Pedal Action
The SP-2 is a universal sustain pedal with polarity switch for compatibility with all electronic keyboards. Its classic design with rubber-coated shell and chrome foot pedal make it as attractive to the eye as it is comfortable for the foot. The M-Audio SP-2 Sustain Pedal is built around a heavy-duty mechanism that makes it long lasting and durable—perfect for the studio and the road.
Featuring the kind of soft resistance a full-sized piano pedal gives, the SP-2 feels just like playing an acoustic piano. The give and take playback allows the musician to be confident that when they press the sustain pedal, the note lingers like it should. As soon as the musician lifts their foot, the note is gone. The SP-2 is as responsive as it needs to be.
Classic-style sustain pedal for use with any electronic keyboard
Designed to work and feel just like acoustic piano's sustain pedal
Specially designed rubber bottom grips the floor while you play
High-quality chrome foot pedal with expressive half-pedal capabilities
Includes 6-foot cable with 1/4-inch jack
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Top Customer Reviews
I have left the protective plastic on the pedal to protect it against wear - and dust doesn't show up so much on plastic!!
The pedal is not heavy to depress as has been commented in an earlier review. The pressure needed to depress this pedal is on a par with acoustic pianos and my very expensive Roland digital piano. So it feels like the real deal.
There is a switch on the bottom of this device. Don't know what that's all about. I just plugged the pedal in to the Casio and it worked. Sorry, can't be doing with reading all those instructions - and from my experience, you don't have to.
Oh yes, and the delivery time and delivery service to me here in Spain was superb. Thank you Amazon and MRW.
For me the spring is a little too strong so it requires quite a heavy foot, so I give it 4/5.
Great product as usual M-Audio.
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It's a fine and weighty pedal and works very well with my equally nice Yamaha NP-30.
Apologies for quality of video. I hope it's helpful to you though. Definitely recommend this piece of kit.
For your information: Yamaha NP30B-K Portable Digital Piano (black finish). or the newer Yamaha NP31 Portable Keyboard - Black
So happy with this. Has just the right tension, feels weighty and does not slide around on my carpet as my previous one did thanks to an excellent rubber grip at the bottom. It oozes quality in appearance except for one thing...the annoying red coloured logo "M Gear" looks like some children toy brand. This might be the only concern if appearance is a priority but its a minor blip.
There is a polar switch at the bottom in case your piano has a reverse type connection. I didnt need to switch it for my piano but I can just confirm the switch is there (default position 1 works for my Casio CDP120)
My pro pianist friend who owns a six grand Kawai piano came by and said my pedal felt as lovely as his. Was even more chuffed to get his approval!
For sixteen-ish quid, this is a highly recommended purchase if you need a replacement sustain pedal.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It didn't work at all. The keyboard I own, however, is seemingly an older model (Yamaha psr 4500). As a consequence of that I can't make any real judgements so far.Published 1 day ago by Gill Jackson
Bought to support music development at school. Works fine with keyboard.Published 2 days ago by Mrs C Annets
I use this for my midi keyboard for computer/electronic composition and recording. It's nice and heavy and has a nice action to it as opposed to the tiny little box sustain pedals. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Jamie W.
I've had this pedal for many months now, and have used it with a small 49-key USB MIDI keyboard. I've had no problems whatsoever with the pedal, after the medium/light use over the... Read morePublished 9 days ago by Yolo Swaggins
Was expecting the pedal to be pretty basic and light weight but it looks and feels identical to the real thing. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Qira Liane