Mission Engineering VM-PRO-BK ...

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Mission Engineering VM-PRO-BK Buffered Volume Pedal Flat Black

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Manufacturer's ID: VM-PRO-BK

The Mission VM-PRO is the most sophisticated volume pedal ever made.

The VM-PRO resolves many of the common issues with volume pedals that cause tone sucking and mismatching problems. The VM-PRO works with electric, electro-acoustic, baritone or bass guitars. It also works with many other acoustic and electric instruments including electronic keyboards, steel guitars, and instrument microphones such as harmonica and horn mics.

VM-PRO includes on board buffers, isolated tuner out, sparkle control, and compatibility switches for use with active and passive pickups and fuzz pedals.

VM-PRO now includes Mission Ultrasweep for silky-smooth volume swells in any signal chain.


  • VM-PRO requires a 9V battery (included) or external power supply (not included) 9V-18V 2.1mm center pin negative.
  • Current draw nominal: 3mA (27mW) at 9VDC / 4mA (72mW) at 18VDC
  • Input impedance 1V at 1KHz: 1M Ohm
  • Output Impedance @ 1KHz
  • Normal Mode: 30 Ohm
  • Fuzz Compatibility Mode: 10K OhmPedal dimensions are 10″ x 4″ x 3″
  • Weight is 3.2lb
  • Use of tuner out requires optional VM-PRO tuner adapter

Customer reviews

Overall Rating 5 (1 reviews)

not a bad pedal, quite highly priced for what it is but then I wanted a buffered pedal and I like the Dunlop pedals. takes a bit of getting used to the sweet spots on the pedal and I'm going to tackle tuning the pedal so it doesn't quite shut off the volume completely when in heal down position like it does now.

Adam M. - 29/12/2018