Perfect weight and balance, along with superb craftsmanship
The EP-3 is a robust and reliable universal expression pedal designed to work with any keyboard, synthesizer, or pedal with an expression or CV input
It features a newly designed cam system with extremely smooth performance and durability, a polarity switch that ensures compatibility with non-Moog products, a scalable output knob for specifying musical range, and a output jack on the front panel that allows you to use the supplied 6.5 cable, or select a different cable length that perfectly suits your needs
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Was perfect, now useless and irreparableIt's built like a tank and feels great. For me, it was beefier than it appeared in the pictures. It controls my wah pedal perfectly. Overall a great investment.EDIT: A few months later I noticed a warbly sound as the pedal is moved due to a bad potentiometer. It's not a scratchy pot, which is easily fixed with a cleaner, but rather the value would jump around a little when I got near the toe down position. I was outside the return window but figured it should be easy to replace the pot. However, long story short, the pedal uses a special type of pot made for reduced rotation, which I hadn't seen before and wasn't able to find anywhere. It's definitely not a typical wah pot.So basically, the pot isn't reliable, nor is it replaceable.1Great Pedal, kind of a house thoughI've been using this for a little under a year and have to say it is a very reliable pedal. I use it to control the resonance on my moogerfooger envelope filter pedal. Yes, it is largely plastic but it is very over-engineered. My only complaint is that it's a house! It would be awesome if Moog made one half the size but of the same quality, feature and components. No one seems to be making good mini pedals. I would have bought a second one but it would have been too big to fit on my board.5You Can't Go Wrong.I bought this expression pedal specifically to plug into an Electro Harmonix Cockfight cocked wah pedal.It works really well and it came with the patch cable that's pictured in the listing.The price is more than reasonable and the build quality is impressive. This pedal is very sturdy!I did some web searching for a number of expression pedals and found that the Moog pedal was priced lower than most used, well-known pedals.You can't go wrong buying the Moog if you're looking for a solid, basic expression pedal. I'd buy it again.5Great add on pedal for modelers and effectsOrdered this with a bit of trepidation, in spite of the good reviews. You never know these days. But after receiving it and giving it a test drive with my AxeFx II+ and MFC101 I'm sold. Solid and substantial metal construction. Food pad is just a touch shorter than that of a standard Cry Baby but much longer than the Boss EV-5. Extremely long travel path. Pedal action/tension not stiff but stays right where you leave it for continuous adjustments. Looks like you may be able to tighten it via the bolt on the side as well. Back of pedal well suited to pedalboard mounting. Given the plug placement at the top of the pedal, I'd have preferred a right angle plug on at least one side, but that's not a showstopper by any stretch. I have a Cry Baby that I converted to an expression pedal for wah, but I think I'm going to replace it with another one of these. Tremendous value.5only works on about 1/3 its rangeVERY disappointed with this pedal. For more than half the "throw" of the pedal, there is NO output at all, leaving only the last 1/3 or so of the pedal's movement to control whatever i'm controlling. I have substituted a different manufacturer's expression pedal in place of this one, and the rest of my gear responds just fine. I have a monitor application on my computer that confirms my observation of this behavior as well.EDIT: Well, to their great credit, Moog has replaced the pedal free of charge, with one that works properly. I will keep it as a backup, as it is very well constructed (heavier than i prefer to carry around, hence backup). The potentiometer seems to have a logarithmic response, which is fine, though for my uses i prefer linear. Fortunately my devices can make the adjustment. Anyway, up to 4 stars from the original 1 star, thanks to great customer service and solid construction!4Excellent Bargain Expression Pedal for Guitar Effect PedalsI have now purchased two of these - one for an EQD Avalanche Run, and one for a Meris Ottobit Jr. The housing is durable and the actuation is smooth. I've used one with my Avalanche Run for 5 or so gigs and have had no problems. I'm expecting that these will last me a long time. I also like that you can adjust the top end, so that you can better dial in what full-forward is.My one complaint is that I'm not a big fan of straight cable connectors, as they are not conducive for pedalboard placement. I ended up ordering a right angle cable so that the cables were a little less in the way.5Make sure you know the expression curve of your keyboards controller.Hello All, I have recently gone through trying to find an expression pedal that would work for my Roland VR-730. In short, I experienced the same issue as many of you have where, the pedal does not seem to work through the full travel of the pedal and in some cases also does not ever go fully to zero volume. I went through three pedals by different manufactures before I figured out why this was happening. After trial and error on my own failed, I went to the "reference" manual which you can get online from Roland and learned that for the Roland VR-730, there are four Expression Curves programmed. What I saw in the manual was that of the four curves you can choose from, none go to zero and only one has a curve that does what you might expect a "volume" control to due (smooth up and down adjustment of volume). The other three don't make much of a noticeable change for the first third and last third of the travel and this is by design of the programmed curve. So, in summary, I believe the pedals to be fine and it's the programmed expression curve in the keyboard that creates the perceived issue.I hope this helps with at least some of your issues.I am off to Roland now to see if the curves in my keyboard can be re-programmed!By the way, I ended up keeping this Moog pedal as it just felt better than the others I tried.5Don't forget the magic "Standard / Other" switch on the bottom of the pedal.I bought this to go with my old digital effects pedal, the rp150. The rp150 has a 'Control In' jack. I bought this to be able to use wah effects and such. At first, i thought it didn't work! I was bummed. Then i flipped the pedal over and saw a switch. "Standard / Other" What does standard or other mean? I couldn't tell you, but what I can tell you is that when i flipped the switch to OTHER, it worked!!! So, If it doesn't work for you at first, check out that switch on the underside of the pedal.5Works great on Nord for 18 monthsWorked great as a replacement for my Yamaha FC7 on my Nord for 18 months. It has recently started to fault during performance. The volume control is not steady and seems to have some dead spots on the rheostat. I replaced the rheostat with a 50 ohm one I had on hand, but instead of operating at 0-100% it now only works in a range depending on the baseline adjustment (25-75%). This is due to the original rheostat being 100 ohm. Easy replacement, so I'll find a 100 ohm rheostat and be back to original. Good construction, heavy base plate. I still like having the cord plug into the unit rather than a fixed cord.3Buy this if you don't need secondary functionality as a volume pedal/wah or care about having some fancy $200 piece of fine craftsmanship on your board for Instagram cloutDespite the plastic construction, this unit is perfectly solid (although I can't attest to any road-worthiness since I've only used it at home). Has a polarity switch and calibration knob on the side which make this usable with any possible setup. Also has the welcome inclusion of a decent (and quite long) 1/4" cable. Buy this if you don't need secondary functionality as a volume pedal/wah or care about having some fancy $200 piece of fine craftsmanship on your board for Instagram clout.5
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