BOSS FV-30L Volume Pedal

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BOSS FV-30L Volume Pedal

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Manufacturer's ID: FV-30L

What we say:

BOSS bring their super-sturdy foot volume pedal down in size to make for an easier fit on today's crowded pedalboards.

The 'H' denotes high-impedance so its smooth travel and comfortable sweep is best suited for electric guitars and basses. It even has a dedicated tuner output. The die-cast metal construction will last past the next nuclear war and its compact size makes it ultra portable.

This version is the low-impedance model so will be good for using on digital devices like synths, keyboards and effects pedals.


As with the other models in the FV series, two different pedal versions allow you to choose the best type for your specific application:

FV-30H - A high-impedance pedal (with dedicated tuner output) that’s best for connecting directly to an electric guitar or bass.
FV-30L - A low-impedance pedal equipped with stereo input/output for stompboxes, keyboards, and other digital instruments.

Bullet Points:
• Space-saving volume pedals with rugged aluminum die-cast body designs
• Silky feel with smooth pivot for maximum control
• Tuner out jack (FV-30H)
• Stereo input and output (FV-30L)
• FV-30H for direct connection to high-impedance gear like electric guitars
• FV-30L for low-impedance gear like synthesizers and stompboxes

Customer reviews

Overall Rating 5/5 (1 reviews)

Gary F. - 23/3/2021