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  • PaulyPaulPaulyPaul

    Fonctionne avec ne importe quel clavier qui possède un quart entrée pour pédales

    Yamaha FC4Publié le 18/10/12 à 08:34
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    The Yamaha FC4 is a sustain foot pedal that comes with a 6’ cable. It will be perfect for your Yamaha or Roland keyboards. It is very affordable and cost less then 30 dollars. The pedal works well , the pedal is very responsive and it will give you good control. Most keyboards don’t come with pedals anymore because most of everything has went digital so there was no need for a pedal. But some of us still play a keyboard the way it was normally intended to be used. So if you need a pedal then the FC4 is the perfect one, unless you have a lot more money to invest in a different one.

    The FC4 will work with any keyboard that you have that has a pedal input ¼ slot. I have used it on 4 different keyboards and I don’t thing that I have seen a keyboard that didn’t have the ¼ input for a footswitch or pedal. One problem that I have had with pedals in the past is that on a hard smooth surface they tend to slide and move. The FC4 really does not move to much. It tends to stay in the same place on the floor where you put it at.
    The FC4 does have some what of a noise to it when you first use it though. It is almost like it needs to be broken in. there is like a high pitched mouse like noise when you press the pedal down with your foot the first few times you use it. But then it goes away so its not that big of an issue. I have been using the FC4 as a main keyboard pedal for 2 of my keyboards since 2009 and I have not had a problem with it, and it still works great like it did the day that I un boxed it from Guitar Center.
  • PaulyPaulPaulyPaul

    Grands pédale première, et elle tiendra pour une longue période

    Yamaha FC4Publié le 18/10/12 à 08:40
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    The Yamaha FC4 is a sustain foot pedal that comes with a 6’ cable. It will be perfect for your Yamaha or Roland keyboards. It is very affordable and cost less then 30 dollars. The pedal works well , the pedal is very responsive and it will give you good control. Most keyboards don’t come with pedals anymore because most of everything has went digital so there was no need for a pedal. But some of us still play a keyboard the way it was normally intended to be used. So if you need a pedal then the FC4 is the perfect one, unless you have a lot more money to invest in a different one. The FC4 will work with any keyboard that you have that has a pedal input ¼ slot. I have used it on 4 different keyboards and I don’t think that I have seen a keyboard that didn’t have the ¼ input for a foot switch or pedal. The Yamaha FC4 has a natural and smooth feel to it. I have used a lot of pedals over the years and a lot of them are better than the FC4 but none of them are around the price of the FC4. If you are in need of a pedal this is the one you need to get because you can afford it on any budget. I mainly use the FC4 with my Fantom 61 by Roland. I thought that I was going to need an expensive pedal for the Fantom being that it is an expensive keyboard. But after my budget was shot, I had no choice but to get a pedal that I could afford at the time and the FC4 was just that. It is well built and will hold up great under the pressure of your foot! It is a must have for any home keyboard player, or someone who wants to get into learning to play with a pedal. It is one the best 30 dollar investments I have ever made!
  • moosersmoosers

    Yamaha FC4Publié le 28/02/10 à 21:38
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    The Yamaha FC-4 is a high quality sustain pedal designed for use with a number of different digital keyboards. It has a standard 1/4" cable on the end of it, so anything other than a Korg Triton that has a 1/4" jack for a sustain output will work with the FC-4 as far as I know. The FC-4 is definitely one of the better external sustain pedals that I used that don't come with any keyboard. It has a very natural feel, and has never presented any problems to me while I'm using it. It does its job very well while at the same time looking presentable and well kept. It is a nice large size, unlike a lot of the other sustain pedals out there, making for a very realistic sustain pedal feel, which after all is the goal. The pedal also isn't too light, meaning that it has the right amount of control and action on the pedal itself, making it easy to control and to get the amount of sustain that I'm looking for the first time. Yamaha is a master when it comes to keyboard instruments and related accessories, so you can definitely trust them when it comes to anything piano related. I used the pedal with a Yamaha Motif 7, and while I would double check to make sure that this sustain pedal will be compatible with your keyboard, most users shouldn't have a problem at all. The price isn't expensive, even when compared to sustain pedals of this ilk. Although there are definitely some models of sustain pedals out there that cost less, I don't think that you'd be able to find one that is as good and realistic feeling at this price or cheaper. If your keyboard didn't come with a sustain pedal or you simply need a new one, the Yamaha FC-4 is absolutely the way to go on all levels.
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