X-Cessories "Pedal To The Metal"
X-Cessories has announced the release of the "Pedal To The Metal" XtremE Sustain Pedal Bracket for keyboard players
According to X-Cessories, "sustain pedals tend to disappear/slide away from you when you play. Duct tape is not always effective and is messy. And cheaper brackets only keep the pedal from sliding forward, but not from shifting sideways, away from you."
"Pedal To The Metal!" is designed to stop your sustain pedal from sliding away during a performance. The pedal sits inside 3 walls, not allowing it to get away while playing.
"Pedal To The Metal" comes with the hardware needed to mount it to your rubber-based carpet. When you are done with your gig, roll it up.
Pricing & Availability
The Xtreme Pedal brackets are available in a 1 and 2 pedal bracket design.
Polished 1/2" Aluminum, water-jet cut, released January 18, 2008.
More info at www.x-cessories.net.
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