MESSE 2014: Foot Control For Your Keyboard

Nektar release NP-1 and NP-2 Foot switch pedals      12/03/14

MESSE 2014: Foot Control For Your Keyboard


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Nektar Technology, Inc. has announced the immediate availability of the NP-1 and NP-2 foot switch pedals designed for musicians who need a quality pedal for keyboard sustain or any other foot switch operation. Here's how they describe them:

The NP-1 is in a heavy duty metal housing with nice, thick rubber padding both at the top and bottom to ensure a good solid grip. A 6ft cable, 1/4 TS jack connector and a polarity switch delivers universal compatibility with all keyboards featuring a sustain pedal foot switch socket.

The NP-2 is designed around a solid metal pedal and base. The design gives it real weight which is also reinforced with a think rubber pad on the bottom. The housing is rubberized giving it a luxurious feel. As with the NP-1, a6ft cable, 1/4 TS jack connector and a polarity switch delivers universal compatibility with all keyboards featuring a sustain pedal foot switch socket.


Pricing and Availability:
Nektar NP-1 is immediately available for MSRP $19.99/ €19.99/ £16.49
Nektar NP-2 is immediately available for MSRP $24.99/ €24.99/ £19.99

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