Yamaha FC4 Sustain Pedal

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The Realistic Expression Tool for Today's Electronic Keyboard

For those electronic keyboards with an input jack labeled "SUSTAIN," the FC4 model is used in the same manner the sustain pedal on an acoustic piano is used. Designed to work and feel just like an acoustic piano's sustain pedal, its specially designed rubber bottom grips the floor and stays put while you play. The FC4 can also be utilized as an FS controller for synthesizers, tone modules and drum machines. You'll be pleasantly surprised by the performance of this model! Other features include: 6-foot cable; 1/4" phone plug.

This universal foot pedal will work with any keyboard utilizing a sustain pedal with a 1/4" connector.

Get yours today; with the convenience of the Sam Ash Direct 45/60day return/price protection policy, and our centrally located warehouse, we assure the best price and a speedy delivery.

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Series Sustain Pedal
Model FC4

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HoltonTR602 Tenor Trombone
 
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5.0

Works great as it should

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from NYC

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      Comments about Holton TR602 Tenor Trombone:

      Pedal works as described and feels good compared to a real piano pedal. It does NOT have a polarity switch on the pedal itself. This is NOT a defect of the pedal or a design issue as described by another review. Your instrument should recognize the correct polarity or be switchable internally. This is very common.

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      1.0

      NOT UNIVERSAL!!!

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      from Woodstock, NY

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            Comments about Holton TR602 Tenor Trombone:

            Got this as a replacement for an M-Audio. Took Sam Ash Description at face value. Did NOT work on my Korg. Net instructions said something about plugging it in before powering up to switch polarity, but didn't work on my rig. Tried contacting Customer Service to no avail, as it seems the only context they know about "Tip" and "Ring" refers to their Sexual preference. I will NEVER buy from these people again.

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            FC4 Sustain Pedal

            The manufacturer's warranty covers parts for one year and labor for 90 days from date of purchase. The warranty excludes damage from misuse, abuse, and contains other exclusions.

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