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M-Audio SP-2 Sustain Pedal
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For those who want realistic piano sustain action.

The M-Audio SP-2 Sustain Pedal is a high-quality pedal designed to work and feel just like the sustain pedal on an acoustic piano. The classic-style single pedal works with any M-Audio keyboard and has a specially designed rubber bottom that grips the floor to help it stay put while you play.

M-Audio SP-2 Sustain Pedal Features:

  • Classic design
    Compatible with all electronic keyboards
    6' cable with 1/4" jack
    Built around a heavy-duty mechanism
    Rubber-coated shell and chrome footpedal

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  • Good for beginners... Serious keyboardists: look elsewhere!

    As reviewed by Mike on 4/27/2009

    When I purchased my MO8 keyboard about 11 months ago, I bought this pedal as a cheap starter sustain pedal. It worked until just recently. For for some reason, it suddenly required much more weight put on it to activate the sustain. The rubber pad in the actual pedal part was physically touching the plastic nub on the base, but it required my actual standing on top of the pedal to work. It's trigger range also diminished to about a millimeter when the weight problem started. A shame, because this pedal was brilliant until I really started putting it to work... something a good pedal should be able to handle. Regardless, this pedal is still great for beginners, hobbyists, or occasional performers. But if you're a serious gigging musician- or even if you practice a lot- I would go with a different pedal. I recommend the Roland DP-10 sustain pedal, even if you don't have a Roland keyboard. It's switchable between Continuous (for half-damper compatibility) and Switch settings, and it's less slippery on floors then the M-Audio - a problem I had many a time!

    7 of 7 people found this review helpful.
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  • It's alright....but..

    As reviewed by Brandon Brodrick on 6/22/2011

    It's a alright pedal. Nice weight. Nice style. But,the main pedal part (the shiny part) moves from side to side. And I started to hear a rattling noise. It turns out that a screw came undone internally, and it was shaking in there. Overall, I was disappointed in this pedal. It's a very good pedal, don't get me wrong. But I think this is one of those "I have a gig tomorrow and I don't have $130 to buy a good professional sustain pedal, so I'll get this cheap one." type of moment.

    3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
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  • A REAL Sustain!

    As reviewed by Benjamin T. on 12/6/2010

    I purchased this for my Akai MPK49 and it performs flawlessly! Not only is it built with a real metal pedal, but it has an included polarity switch! Perfect sustain and perfect overall performance.

    3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
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