Single Pedal Doubles The Expression

US The Electro-Harmonix Dual Expression Pedal offers hands-free control of two devices      20/07/17

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Electro-Harmonix has announced the introduction of a dual output expression pedal that they say features their advanced polymer construction which yields roadworthy pedals with a significant weight savings.

The Dual Expression Pedal's dual-output design gives hands-free control of two devices from a single source. Each expression output has independent range and reverse plus a polarity switch for maximum compatibility with a wide range of gear. Two six foot TRS cables are included.

Quick Specs

  • Dual-output design
  • Both EXP outputs have independent range and reverse. These are important features competitors leave out and definitely affect the pedal's usability.
  • Both EXP outputs feature a polarity switch for maximum compatibility with the widest range of gear. This is an essential feature and competitors only provide a single polarity switch for one of their pedal's outputs.
  • Very affordable, rugged and reliable
  • Comes equipped with two TRS cables



Pricing and Availability:
The Dual Expression Pedal carries a USA Street Price of $72.70 and is available now.

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