Nose Volume Pedal
Pedal Board Volume Control
Compatible With Symour Duncan SFX-10 Deja Vu as Expression Free USA Shipping! Peace Of Mind - Authorized Nose Pedal Dealer!
About This Item: The Nose Volume pedal is the perfect little volume pedal that you wished you had, and now can.
This pedal is a fully functional volume pedal with both signal in and signal out 1/4″ jack connections. Itís great if you need a small volume pedal for a small pedal board, and itís PERFECT if you need an extra volume pedal at the end of your signal chain to control the over volume of your entire board, or to cut all of your sound (hanging delays, reverb, effects) quickly while you are playing.
Having a large foot volume is great at the front of your signal chain for volume swells and guitar volume, it doesnít allow full volume control of your board*.
This pedal also acts as a fully functional expression pedal for guitar pedals that require a volume pedal for an expression pedal like the Seymour Duncan SFX-10 Deja Vu Tap Temp Delay.
Dimensions of the metal casing is 3.64 in x 1.52 in x 1.06 in. Passive (requires no power). Completely hand-build, hand-painted, and hand-tested.
AS VOLUME - works like any other volume pedal. Best used at the end of your effects chain*. Compare to mono volume pedals like Ernie Ball Jr. and Dunlop. AS EXPRESSION - Compatible with Seymour Duncan SFX-10 Deja Vu
This video uses the larger original pedal housing. The new pedals use the compact housing shown above, right.
* Explanation: A volume pedal at the beginning of your pedal chain is controlling your guitar signal. So by turning it down, youíre losing tone and signal coming from your guitar into your pedals which will change the way all of your pedals sound. On the other hand, having a volume pedal at the end of your chain acts likes your amp volume (especially with tube amps). Now when you turn down the volume, all of your tones, guitar, and effects settings stay the same... just a lesser volume. It allows for full control over the volume of your pedalboard.
Finally, having a volume pedal at the beginning of your chain doesnít turn down hanging delays and reverbs, or any excess sound that you want to cut immediately. Having a volume pedal at the end will turn down ALL sound. So, while having a volume pedal at the beginning of the chain is good for guitar swells, a volume pedal at the end is good for completely controlling all sound and volume of your pedalboard.