Re: [ML] sustain pedals
- Thanks for the info!! Wernick has a picture of one listed as an
accessory for the xylosynth on their website.
--- In MarimbaLuminaries@y..., Grant Porter <grant@g...> wrote:
> I haven't seen one but I'll keep a look out for something like
> Seems like that wouldn't be a terribly hard do-it-yourself project
> course if I did it, it would definitely look like a did-it-myself
> On 4/30/01 1:48 PM, coop_2k@y... (coop_2k@y...) said:
> >Wouldn't it be great if there was a sustain pedal/switch that
> >really wide!! Does anyone know if something like this exists?
- Nice find. If it has a regular 1/4" jack and is a normally open design (I
assume since it has a switch on both ends it probably isn't NC) it should
work. I looked around in a few places and all I seem to find are the
cheap little square ones and the ones that look like piano pedals. I also
looked at Grainger and a few other industrial supply type places looking
for anything on the large size. I found a few big ones that have foot
protectors that would even save you if a truck ran over it but nothing
that really looks usable. The Xylosynth pedal might be a good bet.
On 5/2/01 9:03 AM, coop_2k@... (coop_2k@...) said:
>Thanks for the info!! Wernick has a picture of one listed as an
>accessory for the xylosynth on their website.