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M-Audio SP-2 Sustain Pedal with Piano Style Action for Keyboards

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  • Classic-style sustain pedal for use with any electronic keyboard
  • Designed to work and feel just like acoustic piano's sustain pedal
  • Specially designed rubber bottom grips the floor while you play
  • High-quality chrome foot pedal with expressive half-pedal capabilities
  • Includes 6-foot cable with 1/4-inch jack; 1-year warranty
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M-Audio SP-2 Sustain Pedal with Piano Style Action for Keyboards + On Stage Classic Single-X Keyboard Stand + Yamaha P Series P35B 88-Key Digital Piano (Black)
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10.5 x 3 x 2.5 inches ; 14.1 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • ASIN: B00063678K
  • Item model number: US65010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (948 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #33 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 2, 2001

Product Description

Before you buy a piano pedal, ask yourself this: do I know the polarity of my piano? You're probably thinking something like, "Yeah, sure I do — it's filed in my brain right between my social security number and my bank PIN." But seriously, this is important. Now, you could run off in search of your manual, or you could do yourself a favor and just buy an M-Audio SP-2 Sustain Pedal in the first place and save yourself the trouble. The SP-2 Sustain Pedal has a switchable polarity, so it will work with both your Yamaha piano and your Roland synth — no problem. The SP-2 Sustain Pedal also feels great, providing realistic piano pedal resistance and a slip-resistant grippy rubber bottom. And because the SP-2 Sustain Pedal is built to last, it will be there when you get your next synth or piano, ready to handle anything.

From the Manufacturer

M-Audio SP-2 Professional Piano Style Pedal

The M-Audio SP-2 Sustain Pedal is the perfect product for keyboard players who want the most realistic pedal action. The SP-2 model is used in the same manner as the sustain pedal on an acoustic piano. This classic-style pedal works with all M-Audio keyboards—plus any other keyboard that has a 1/4" sustain pedal input. Designed to work and feel just like an acoustic piano's sustain pedal, it has a specially designed rubber bottom that grips the floor and stays put while you play. The SP-2 is a high-quality switchable damper pedal for any electronic keyboard.

For Keyboard Players Who Want the Most Realistic Pedal Action

One Pedal for All

The SP-2 is a universal sustain pedal with polarity switch for compatibility with all electronic keyboards. Its classic design with rubber-coated shell and chrome foot pedal make it as attractive to the eye as it is comfortable for the foot. The M-Audio SP-2 Sustain Pedal is built around a heavy-duty mechanism that makes it long lasting and durable—perfect for the studio and the road.

Feels Like the Real Deal

Featuring the kind of soft resistance a full-sized piano pedal gives, the SP-2 feels just like playing an acoustic piano. The give and take playback allows the musician to be confident that when they press the sustain pedal, the note lingers like it should. As soon as the musician lifts their foot, the note is gone. The SP-2 is as responsive as it needs to be.

Specifications

SP-2 is a universal sustain pedal with polarity switch for compatibility with all electronic keyboards. It comes with a 6' cable with a 1/4" jack.



Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Feels like a real piano pedal.
Amazon Customer
My last sustain pedal randomly stopped working after almost ten years; hopefully this one will last as long.
KS
It does what it did, nice feeling, quality, and works well.
Qiannan Zhang

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

123 of 127 people found the following review helpful By Mouse on May 3, 2006
Honestly now. I have the Casio Privia piano, which can use 2 pedals. I bought 2 of these pedals to try and they work great. The one major complaint I've always had with non traditional pianos is the cheap tiny pedals every company gives you. Plus they give you only 1 at that.
Say goodbye to those tiny boxes, pretending to be pedals, slipping and sliding out from under your feet. These are real full size piano pedals and are heavy enough to stay put even without the non slide bottoms. I've had mine 3 months now and have not had to climb under my piano once looking for and sorting out which pedal is which...they simply stay put!

July
The more I use these little wonders the more I love them.
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283 of 300 people found the following review helpful By Isilzha on January 26, 2006
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I had been using the 'pedal' which came with the keyboard for the Privia px-100 keyboard which is nothing like a pedal on a normal piano. I purchased the M-Audio pedal to replace it.

At first I was thrilled with this pedal, but when I bought a stand for my digital piano I discovered a problem. This pedal is very long, 10.5". With the stand against the wall there was no room to push the pedal far enough back to place into a normal playing position. I had to move the stand about 8 inches from the wall to put the pedal into place.

Before buying just beware of how you have/want to arrange your keyboard and be sure you'll have the room to use the pedal comfortably.
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98 of 102 people found the following review helpful By vegetarianpimp on May 14, 2009
Love this pedal!... LOVE IT!... Ordered on April 29, 2009 with free super-saver shipping... Had it in my hands on May 4, 2009 (and the transit time included 2 weekend days!...). FINE JOB, AMAZON! M-Audio SP-2 US65010 Sustain Pedal Piano Style Sustain Pedal for Keyboards LET'S SEE, WHERE TO BEGIN?... I looked at several brands of pedals at local music stores but, none of them had the classic rounded pedal shape (like on a grand piano) that the SP-2 has. Most had squared-off pedals... I prefer the round pedal. The black plastic part of the unit has a simple, clean, elegant shape (I have a design background, so this is important to me...) with precise fitting parts. The rubber bottom plate is held in place by five phillips-head screws (count em'--FIVE!... Two, maybe three would be sufficient, I think...). The over-all impression I get is that this is a solid product. The pedal "maxed out" my 16 ounce postal scale, so I put it on my bathroom scale and it looks like it weighs about 1-1/2 pounds. Lift a 28 ounce can of vegetarian baked beans to get an approximation... It takes a fair amount of effort to depress the pedal, just like on a "real" piano so they got the "feel" just right, in my opinion. The pedal does not squeek and has no side-to-side play whatsoever. It is really a solid, solid product. Another reviewer gave a lower rating because they wrote that the pedal slips on the floor... I strongly refute this claim! Why?... I believe that if that individual would take a moment to wipe off the floor and the bottom of the pedal with a wrung-out soapy rag and let things dry, the problem would be solved. My floor was dusty (oh, the forced-air heat that blows dust into the air...Read more ›
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83 of 86 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer VINE VOICE on May 2, 2006
I am using this pedal with a Yamaha YPT-200 keyboard and it is compatible. It worked from the start and responds as I expect it to. It has the feel of a real piano pedal. (I'm not an expert, but I have played on acoustic pianos in the past.)

I like the weight and the rubber bottom, because they allow the pedal to stay put. No problems for me.
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38 of 39 people found the following review helpful By T. Acar on October 16, 2009
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Great build quality. The pedal is heavy, stays put on the floor (mine is resting on carpet), and foot-push feel is great. I connected to my Costco-purchased Casio WK-210, and it works great.
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36 of 38 people found the following review helpful By S. Hyde on January 27, 2007
A couple of previous reviewers have mentioned problems with sustain operation; the first couldn't get the pedal to operate and the second described changing the pedal's switch setting. While the pedal does have a switch that may correct the sustain operation with some keyboards, it may not be enough to allow reliable operation with all keyboards. I couldn't get it to work with my Yamaha CP300 with the pedal's make/break slide switch in either position. I had to change the Yamaha "pedal type" setting to "break" (under the "other settings" menu) and set the SP-2 slide switch back to the factory default (position "1").

I was curious why this problem occurred, thinking that perhaps my pedal was defective, so I checked it with an ohm-meter and found that it only goes to 150-300 ohms when conducting. I opened it up and saw that it uses elastomeric switches, and this high "on" resistance is a characteristic of these switches. It seems that the Yamaha is expecting a lower "on" resistance, so just switching the SP-2 slide switch isn't enough to make the Yamaha see the switch go closed in "make" mode.

Mine seems to be reliable (so far), and there could be enough variation between units that this problem may not occur with every Yamaha user. I'd buy another SP-2, but I'd make sure that I knew the store's return policy if I was planning to use it with a Yamaha keyboard.

Additionally, even though everyone is referring to this as a "sustain" pedal, it doesn't allow the "partial sustain" that the real Yamaha FC-3 supports on some of the Yamaha digital pianos, so this pedal should only be used for the "soft", "sostenuto", or "aux" functions on the CP300.
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