Ernie Ball vs Dunlop volume pedal

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  1. KoskineN

    KoskineN Supporting Member

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    Hey! My old Ernie Ball volume pedal need some work on it, and I was wondering if getting one of the new Dunlop volume pedal is a worthy upgrade?
     
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    Wolfboy1 Grandpa but...Not Yet Old! Silver Supporting Member

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    ^^^Great idea, never looked at one of those before.
     
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    how does one not mention the sonuus voluume when volume pedals are uttered. its the king of them all. so much functionality and so many options.
     
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    I just looked it up, and though that looks cool, it is huge and a bit much for a volume pedal
     
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    the way i justify the size is the funcitonality i sold my compressor and my boost pedal and i gained a compressor, lfo, tremolo, limiter+ boost pedal all midi controllable in on box. and has 99 user set presets.
     
  7. KoskineN

    KoskineN Supporting Member

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    Thanks for the suggestions. But let say that I can only choose between the Ernie Ball and the Dunlop? :)
     
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    Definitely the Dunlop, more especifically the dvp-3. I like the smaller size and lay out of ins and outs better. I have 3 EB pedals with broken strings around the house somewhere. Those strings will break sooner or later.
     
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    As much as I like the feel of the EB, I would always choose something else as a result of broken strings and scratchy pots. I would be on #4 if I hadn't decided to branch out.
     

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