Better mini vol. pedal than Dunlop?

Bossanova

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Am close to pulling the trigger on the mini Dunlop, what else should I look at? I need it to be small, that’s really my only req!

I’ve got a Morley I’ve been using for years, but it takes up wayyyy too much space.
 

Boba7

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Mini dunlop is great.
Had the Dod volume which was a piece of s**** (Dod sent me 3 replacement pedals over 6 months...)
You can buy the Dunlop with confidence!
 

8strings0hair

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For just a few more bucks I would look at the Moyo mini volume.
It's a one man operation, his shop is on Reverb.

If you like the feel and response of an Ernie Ball, this is a shrunken version of that.
Keeps your tone pretty intact (for a passive pedal), and feels very sturdy under foot (though it's super light being made of aluminum).
 

ChampReverb

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For just a few more bucks I would look at the Moyo mini volume.
It's a one man operation, his shop is on Reverb.

If you like the feel and response of an Ernie Ball, this is a shrunken version of that.
Keeps your tone pretty intact (for a passive pedal), and feels very sturdy under foot (though it's super light being made of aluminum).
Ordered...

-bEn r.
 

Kluch

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For just a few more bucks I would look at the Moyo mini volume.
It's a one man operation, his shop is on Reverb.

If you like the feel and response of an Ernie Ball, this is a shrunken version of that.
Keeps your tone pretty intact (for a passive pedal), and feels very sturdy under foot (though it's super light being made of aluminum).
never seen this before. Super cool
 

beej

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I wish Dunlop would make a low impedance mini-volume
The expression jack (Aux output w/ EXP switch selected) on the DVP4 is low impedance (10k). Just make a TRS -> 2 x TS cable and you're in business. Works great.
 




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