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M-Audio Expression Controller Pedal Reviews
I\'m using two of these to control Eventide\'s digital stompboxes. The other recommended controller was the Ernie Ball 6181 with 25k pot for use with active electronics - which cost four times as much. So i\'ll compare the two. Ernie Balls are built to last forever, and if one of these M-Audio pedals happened to break at a gig i\'d regret my choice. But longevity aside, what\'s suprised me is that I actually prefer the M-Audio as a pedal for most things. They\'re much, much lighter in my pedalboard. They\'ve a smaller footprint: fractionally wider than an Ernie Ball Jnr and about 4cm shorter. I only get 3/4 of my size 12 feet on them but it doesn\'t matter. The big difference in feel is resistance: these don\'t provide any. There is a knob on the axis to vary this and at full-on position the pedal is easier to control but there\'s isn\'t any actual resistance against your foot movement. I prefer this for changing delay and filter settings, but for volume swells I like the resistance my Ernie Ball provides. For the money, and for the moment, these M-Audio\'s get full marks.
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