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Dunlop DVP4 Volume X Mini
BOSS FV500H Volume Pedal
Dunlop DVP3 Volume X
Dunlop DVP5 Volume (X) 8 PEDAL
BOSS FV-30H Volume Pedal
Ernie Ball 6180 Junior Volume Pedal Passive
Mission Engineering EP1-KP-GN Expression Pedal for Kemper Green
BOSS FV500L Volume Pedal
BOSS FV50L Volume Pedal
Morley 20/20 Volume Plus
BOSS FV-30L Volume Pedal
Fender Tread-Light Volume/Expression
Mission Engineering EP1-BK Expression Pedal Black
Ernie Ball 6181 Junior Volume Pedal Active
Mission Engineering EP1-MT Expression Pedal Metal
Mission Engineering VM1-BK-AERO Volume Pedal with Illuminated Base
Mission Engineering EP-25-PRO-BK 2 Channel Expression Pedal Black
Electro Harmonix Pan Pedal Stereo Panner
Mission Engineering VM-PRO-BK Buffered Volume Pedal Flat Black
JHS Pedals Little Black Amp Box
Ernie Ball 40th Anniversary VP Volume Pedal
Xotic XVP-250K High Impedance Volume Pedal (Pre-Owned)
About Volume Pedals
With a volume pedal, you can create pedal steel-style swells and violin-like leads. You can also use one as a utility pedal to manage your level in real time.
You can’t get much more simple than the mechanics of a volume pedal. They are simply a volume control like you’d find on your guitar that you can control with your feet. They are housed in a pedal format with a treadle and look similar to a wah pedal. They are usually ‘passive’ effects which mean they don’t need any power. Some volume pedals, such as the ones in the Dunlop range, are also able to function as an expression pedal.
Volume pedals are always found on the huge pedal boards of ambient musicians. They use them to swell into chords, removing percussive attack and creating gentle synth-like pads. Country players often adopt volume pedals to mimic the distinctive wail of a pedal steel guitar.
Aside from these creative uses, they can be a useful utility during a live set. They enable you to balance your volume for each song or simply have a rhythm volume and a lead volume.
Popular volume pedals are made by Ernie Ball, Dunlop and Boss.
Why Should I Choose a Volume Pedal?
- Transform your guitar into a pedal steel, violin or synth
- Balance your level hands free
- Some double as expression pedal