Control your volume and FX parameters without crowding your pedalboard. Saving space doesn’t mean skimping on durability or functionality—the DVP4 Mini Volume (X) Pedal does everything that the larger DVP3 does at half the size, and it’s just as d...
> Big thanks to @friedman_amplifiers [Friedman Amps] for such a killer board, with a built in buffer. @jimdunlopusa [Dunlop] #mxrpedals [MXR], @seymourduncanpickups [Seymour Duncan and #pedals, and @stringslinger479 [Dinesh Lekhraj] for making it so clean. Left lots of space.. we will see how it all changes. #thankful #godisgoodmore
Control your volume and FX parameters without crowding your pedalboard. Saving space doesn’t mean skimping on durability or functionality—the DVP4 Mini Volume (X) Pedal does everything that the larger DVP3 does at half the size, and it’s just as durable and solidly built with a lightweight aluminum chassis, aggressive non-slip tread, and our patented Low Friction Band-Drive for a smooth range of motion and consistent, reliable performance. For maximum comfort and precision, the DVP4’s rocker tension is fully adjustable.
The AUX output combines tuner and expression functionality into one jack that can be toggled with a switch inside the pedal. When using the DVP4 as an expression pedal, you can use an internal pot to set the minimum level of the parameter you’re controlling with the rocker. If you want to reverse the function of the heel-down and toe-down positions, the DVP4 has another internal switch that allows you to do so.
Don’t sacrifice control over your volume level and FX pedals just because you’re using a travel-sized board. Get yourself a Volume (X) Mini Pedal.
This expression pedal sucks. I've used it for close to 20 shows now and it's worthless. I have adjusted everything I can on it, and it's largest problem was not fixed. Think of a normal expression pedal ranging from 1-10. The higher the knob turns to 10, the louder the sound, right? Not with the DVP4. It ranges from 1-10 alright, but it skips 8 and 9 all together. It's quiet and smooth until you get to the very last bit of the roller. Then it goes WAY louder and there is no smooth way to make this transition. It's only purpose is to smoothly control volume, and it doesn't do that. When I car doesn't drive or a plane doesn't fly, we MUST give them the lowest grade possible.
Dunlop, you done wrong.