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Ernie Ball Stereo 25K Ohm Volume Pedal  

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This stereo pedal is designed specifically for instruments with active electronics and buffered effect returns. Use the A input/A output for the left channel and the B input/B output for the right cha... Click To Read More About This Product

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This stereo pedal is designed specifically for instruments with active electronics and buffered effect returns. Use the A input/A output for the left channel and the B input/B output for the right channel. For use as a mono volume pedal, use the A input and A output. For use with stereo cable installations using TRS type stereo plugs, use the B input and B output.

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Ernie BallStereo 25K Ohm Volume Pedal
 
4.7

(based on 7 reviews)

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(4 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Awesome, when used correctly...

By J.J. Barnett

from Grafton, WI

Comments about Ernie Ball Stereo 25K Ohm Volume Pedal:

I think that Ernie Ball makes the smoothest volume pedals around. The taper is so nice. You have a very musical volume control for swells or clipped decays. If you haven't used one of their pedals, then you really need to try one. You won't go back to any other pedal, I promise. For this pedal, as mentioned in the title, do have ONE caveat. This is a LOW IMPEDANCE pedal. You can not use this directly after the guitar or after a line of totally true bypass pedals that are not currently on. This pedal has to show up later in your effects chain, and it wants to see a low impedance input - you either have to have active pickups, be actively running a guitar effect, or running your signal through a pedal with buffered bypass. If your guitar goes in directly, you will probably muddy up your tone a little. That said, if you treat it right, it will treat YOU right.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great Pedal

By Rico

from victorville, ca

Comments about Ernie Ball Stereo 25K Ohm Volume Pedal:

I have had this pedal for years and it is a great pedal to have. i love the A and B in and outs works great to hook up 2 amps. volume swells sound amazing with this pedal because of the control you have.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Ernie Ball Volume Pedal Dominates

By Mike Danenberg

from Buffalo Grove, Illinois

Comments about Ernie Ball Stereo 25K Ohm Volume Pedal:

The 25K Volume Pedal made by Ernie Ball is one of the best volume pedals out there right now. With its smooth mobility and perfect sound, its tough to give it anything but a good review. Other volume pedals' pots eventually wear out and get scratchy, but the Ernie Ball shows high craftsmanship and superior sound. I have been using this pedal for almost a year and it has not shown me any flaws. It also looks great on your pedal board!

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Worth every penny...

By Brandon

from Los Angeles, Ca

Comments about Ernie Ball Stereo 25K Ohm Volume Pedal:

This is worth every dollar you spend on it; it sweeps well and does not distort the tone. If you are looking for a very reliable, sound efficient volume pedal THAT WORKS IN STEREO, this is the one you are looking for. The way these pedals are built mean they are built to last.

(1 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

It goes up, it goes down.

By Sean

from Milwaukee,WI

Comments about Ernie Ball Stereo 25K Ohm Volume Pedal:

This pedal works great! First I bought the mono version and was very happy with it. I used it between my D28 & DI to PA. I also used it between my new pedal board (Ibanez tubescreamer, MXR dynacomp & Boss dd7) and my AC15. Later I thought I'd like the stereo version since my dd7 had stereo outputs. Maybe an excuse to get another AC15 later. Super transparent sound. It goes up, it goes down. 'Nough said'.

(0 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

great value

By david figueroa

from keyport,new jersey

Comments about Ernie Ball Stereo 25K Ohm Volume Pedal:

hi i am going to get this pedal soon. i have looked over several simmular volume pedals and by far this is the one that will get the sound i need. my guitar style is ambient like david gilmour so this fits perfectly with my style.

 
5.0

5 star as Evantide expression pedal

By paul young

from miami beach

Comments about Ernie Ball Stereo 25K Ohm Volume Pedal:

All expression pedals are not the same. This unit works well and gives a full range as an expression pedal for Evantide products (25k). It's build quality seems ok. The Moog exp pedal is nice but is not the right impedance range (50 to 100k)I am only recommending the pedal for this. I have had the standard volume pedal for years and it works fine.

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