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Casio SP20 Piano Style Sustain Pedal
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- Piano-style sustain pedal
- Long cord
- Long cord,Black finish
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At first, I had a Casio Pedal in a lower model - Either the current SP3R or the equivalent that was available 15 years ago. Either way, it was a small black plastic square, which is obviously different than the sustain pedal on an actual piano. Likewise, it felt just about as real as it looked; it consstantly slid out of place was very stiff - i pretty much had to stomp on it to make sure it was all the way down. One night, it literally broke into pieces in the middle of a gig, and I started using more life-like pedals from other keyboard brands.
I had borrowed friends' pedals from Yamaha (and a few more brands i don't remember) and quickly learned that they worked the opposite way of how they were supposed to work; when i didn't step on the pedal the notes would sustain, and stopped when i stepped down. Appearantly, all Casio keyboards are made with the opposite polarity of most brands ... great. I knew a couple of keyboardists who could play with a pedal like that, but I could never get the hang of it.
So I eventually got a "universal" pedal from OnStage Gear. It has a polarity switch on the bottom so that it should work with any keyboard. For a year or two, it worked fine (with a little slippage here and there). But gradually it became unreliable. Sometimes it worked, sometimes it didn't. I tested the switch on a friend's Yamaha keyboard and it worked, but not on my Casio. I got another one that immeadiately started acting funny on me, and the third one didn't work for me at all, though they all worked fine on my friend's Yamaha.
Then I finally found the Casio SP20.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Purchased with the Casio Privia px-160. It works perfectly!Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Using with a casio keyboard. My son wanted to be able to use the sustain pedal on his keyboard, just like at piano lessons, and this does the job. Read morePublished 2 months ago by David H. Chmielewski
I am very pleased with this product, it works perfectly with my keyboard.Published 2 months ago by Joy S. Peck