Dunlop Volume pedal for controlling Factors?

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      Was wondering if i can use one as an expression pedal to control my TF and/or MF?


    • #119087
      Eventide Staff

      Hi zplant,

      It will depend on the impedance of the pot in the
      pedal but you may be able to use it.  If you have a 3 conductor TRS
      cable, just plug it from the output of the Dunlop to the pedal input of
      the Factor and give it a try.

      Let us know how it works.

    • #119150

      Just got them together… seems they don't want to make friends (((( 

      I mean both TF and MF react to Dunlop volume pedal but the values it is supposed to control change very erratically, for example, not from 0 (full heel) to 3000ms (full toe) but from 20 (full heel) to 100 (mid position) to 47 (full toe)

      I believe it's the Dunlop pedal issue because it's pretty old and its pot reads 250k (is that 250 Kohm?)

      On the other hand, my BOSS FV 50H Stereo Volume pedal works more adequately and controls the parameters as described in the manual, although you would always reach the maximum value before you reach the pedal's full toe position.

      On the other hand – you can control both devices with the same pedal! ))))

    • #130284
      Eventide Staff

      250K is not going to work well – needs to be more like 25K.

    • #119229

      I got an old beat up crybaby – gave it a new cool paint job – it looks like it's made of verdigris copper now!

      Removed the guts, changed the pot in it to a 20k linear instead of a 250k audio, and now it works like a dream.

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