Who's using what volume pedal nowadays? I've been using an Ernie Ball VP Jr., but I've heard there are much better options out there!
I use a GD60 Wah-Volume-Switch. Had to tweak the optics and trim pot inside to get the sweep just right. Very happy with it. Completely transparent and quiet. The inductorless wah isn't half bad either, though a bit tame.George Dennis GD25 a stereo panorama, optical...works great and found for $10. Currently used as a swell...in particular to work a VFE Mini Mu envelope filter...so good and fun.
The GD25 has two distinct modes of operation: „PAN Mode“ (LED extinguished), the pedal works as a stereo volume pedal. By pushing your foot forward, the signal pans left, whilst pulling the pedal back pans the signal to the right, returning the pedal to the centre gives you an equal left and right signal. „SWITCH Mode“ (LED illuminated), the pedal works as a Swell pedal. Push your foot down and the volume increases, pull it back and the volume decreases. In all of the operating modes, you have the facility to set the levels of the left and right volumes using the Left and Right Level, giving you studio quality, noiseless performance.
Controls: Mode, Left Level, Right Level, Minimum Volume, Volume and Panorama Volume.
Highlarious! I actually love the Lehle's styling, but then I haven't been subjected to your grandpappy's insole.I was looking hard at upgrading from my old Ernie Ball to a Lehle. The EB was solid and still in great physical and mechanical shape, but I had come to realize I had fallen victim to the dreaded “tone-suck” problem. Had read a lot of about the Lehle and was just getting over the fact that it looked like my grandpa’s orthopedic insole for his plantar fasciitis... when I realized that the new Ernie Ball VPJR w/ built-in tuner was newly available. With a discrete buffer circuit and the potential to save a little space on my board (with the two-in-one function of VP plus tuner), I got me one, and I’ve been VERY happy with the results.