Boss FV-500H Mono Volume PedalSku #151042000000000 Boss 151042 HBAJ Volume & Expression Effects Pedals https://www.esnapw.com/rses/ESnapServlet?MerchantNumberSent=63655
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The FV-500H raises the bar on volume pedal performance.
Stylish design, a road-tough build, and comfortable, smooth action. Expression output for use with expression-compatible amps, effects, and even synthesizers.
- Mono, high-impedance volume pedal
- Heavy-duty aluminum die casting body
- Ultra-smooth pedal movement for the utmost in comfort and control
- Rubber pedal for comfortable play and non-slip action
- Expression pedal function
- Convenient tuner-output jack
Sure to deliver the performance you expect from BOSS. Call or click to order now!
FV-500H Mono Volume Pedal Specifications:
- Connectors: INPUT jack; OUTPUT jack; EXP jack; TUNER OUT jack
- Control: MINIMUM VOLUME knob
- Dimensions: 110 (W) x 289 (D) x 71.5 (H) mm
- Weight: 1.2 kg / 2 lbs 11oz
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Comments about Boss FV-500H Mono Volume Pedal:
i researched around a lot before i finally committed to getting this as my volume pedal... there are a lot of options out there for them, like active and passive volume pedals... which one would be the right one for you? read up about them... so i got this for a couple of reasons: 1) it's a passive volume pedal and requires no power source, 2) if it's good enough for jonny greenwood of radiohead, then it's good enough for me, 3) for what i needed it to accomplish, a passive volume pedal does it just fine... however, when i first plugged it into my pedal chain (at the end), i didn't like how the tone would get affected if i pulled back on the pedal... i know that some active volume pedals address this issue and can be great for boosting your signal as well... so i took the volume pedal out of my chain and placed it instead in my fx loop... by doing this, it no longer alters my tone when i pull back, it's just like controlling the amp's volume knob... whereas when i had it placed at the end of my pedal chain, it was like pulling back on your guitar's volume knob... also, if you decide to go with this pedal, be sure it fits your pedal board if you use one, 'cause it's massive... but overall, no regrets and i'm very happy with...