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Ernie Ball 6181 VP Jr 25K
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Ernie Ball 6181 VP Jr 25KPublished on 10/01/12 at 06:25
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Sturdy volume pedal that I use in the loop of my amp. A rope / spring / pulley is used to transmit the effect to the potentiometer of the pedal. So settings are possible.

UTILIZATION

The pedal is soft, remains in his position, but this is adjustable anyway. Say that I find very comfortable with the factory settings.

SOUND QUALITY

The travel of the pedal is large enough that it allows precise adjustment of the desired volume. Very good volume growth over the entire range.

OVERALL OPINION

This is the ideal volume pedal! I do not put him a perfect score because I do not know his life, which must be very good but I guess compared to a pedal "optical" style Morley ... ...
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Sturdy volume pedal that I use in the loop of my amp. A rope / spring / pulley is used to transmit the effect to the potentiometer of the pedal. So settings are possible.

UTILIZATION

The pedal is soft, remains in his position, but this is adjustable anyway. Say that I find very comfortable with the factory settings.

SOUND QUALITY

The travel of the pedal is large enough that it allows precise adjustment of the desired volume. Very good volume growth over the entire range.

OVERALL OPINION

This is the ideal volume pedal! I do not put him a perfect score because I do not know his life, which must be very good but I guess compared to a pedal "optical" style Morley ...
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Ernie Ball 6181 VP Jr 25KPublished on 01/18/06 at 11:26
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Volume pedals hyper tough in many mtal pais, very heavy!

I possde Version 25K Version destiny instrument microphones to be active or place in an effects loop amp! So there is a knob of the indoor 25K and not 250K like the other versions.

The plateau is also well thick and sturdy trs, transmission is ensured by a Kevlar string, the still strong!

The pedals seem to breathe the solids is made to last, like all Ernie Ball pedals what!

This is exactly the same Ernie Ball volume pedals That a classic but a bit smaller
But even when the size is impressive, is bigger than a CryBaby.

Voil dimensions for those INTERESTED:

Length: 25.5 cm
Width: 9 cm
Height: 6 cm

It's a......
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Volume pedals hyper tough in many mtal pais, very heavy!

I possde Version 25K Version destiny instrument microphones to be active or place in an effects loop amp! So there is a knob of the indoor 25K and not 250K like the other versions.

The plateau is also well thick and sturdy trs, transmission is ensured by a Kevlar string, the still strong!

The pedals seem to breathe the solids is made to last, like all Ernie Ball pedals what!

This is exactly the same Ernie Ball volume pedals That a classic but a bit smaller
But even when the size is impressive, is bigger than a CryBaby.

Voil dimensions for those INTERESTED:

Length: 25.5 cm
Width: 9 cm
Height: 6 cm

It's a little bit easier fit in a pedalboard that Ernie Ball Classic!

UTILIZATION

Mono version, so an input, output and output dedicates tuner (very handy). We can not be easier!

Beware the 25K version (6181) unlike other pedals Ernie Ball volume does not possde the tiny switch to change from the indoor increasing logarithmic linear increase in the volume! The increase is logarithmic is no way to change is my only regret on the pedals.

The stroke of the pedals is very sweet and quite large, sheer bliss!

SOUND QUALITY

Completely transparent, it is perfectly good job! Gniale!!

OVERALL OPINION

I've had two weeks and I am completely satisfied!

A bit smaller than other versions of Ernie Ball volume pedals (but really a bit) it exactly the same possde quality: robustness, stability transparency, super convenient, built to last, g Nial, beautiful, so cool what!

For the diffrence in price, size and more fun for a little tight pedalboard better to take it a Ernie Ball volume classic!

Only small regret, the absence of the indoor mini switch the pedals on my 25K version, but I can assure you this and much Submitted on version 250K (6180)!

Finally the pedals is great, around 120 euros is a bit expensive for "just" a volume pedals but the price of a high-quality hardware, really pro ! Just look at the number of ahurrissant pros who use Ernie Ball Volume eventually be convinced!
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Ernie Ball 6181 VP Jr 25KPublished on 07/22/09 at 14:13
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What are the effects or types of effects available?
PDAL volume for instruments equipped with active pickups. Equipped with a knob of 25Kohms, mono, with output tuner.

What technology is used? (Analog, numrique, lamp ...)
Any bte: An aluminum pedals trsrsistante, antidrapants 4 feet, soles grip, three good jacks, and an excellent potentiomtre cord. Simple and effective.

Purchased in May 2009, it is quite CHRE (111 Ches Thomann) but the quality is l.

UTILIZATION

Configuration gnrale Is it easy?
It cuts the sound compltement position falls. Note that the exit "tuner" reoit signal continuously.

The edition of sound effects or is it easy?
Volume progressive tone of......
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What are the effects or types of effects available?
PDAL volume for instruments equipped with active pickups. Equipped with a knob of 25Kohms, mono, with output tuner.

What technology is used? (Analog, numrique, lamp ...)
Any bte: An aluminum pedals trsrsistante, antidrapants 4 feet, soles grip, three good jacks, and an excellent potentiomtre cord. Simple and effective.

Purchased in May 2009, it is quite CHRE (111 Ches Thomann) but the quality is l.

UTILIZATION

Configuration gnrale Is it easy?
It cuts the sound compltement position falls. Note that the exit "tuner" reoit signal continuously.

The edition of sound effects or is it easy?
Volume progressive tone of respect for the source.
The manual is clear and sufficient? ...
A leaf, but ...

SOUND QUALITY

Which instruments do you use?
Used with an electro-acoustic bass (with a LR Baggs transducer), it has done its office.

OVERALL OPINION

How long have you use it?
May 2009

What is the particular feature you like best and least?
Trs solid, pro quality, so rather CHRE hlas

Have you tried many other models before acqurir?
No

Exprience with, you will do again this choice? ...
Yes because I am satisfied
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Ernie Ball 6181 VP Jr 25KPublished on 09/02/06 at 10:23
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Mono volume pedals, 250k version for passive pickups with respect mine
1 input, 1 output, an external input.
1 mini switch (really mini, I almost never find it) to the sensitivity rgler Action pedals.
simple construction and efficient, to the point, again, the pedals DGIG an impression of solidity and reliability.

UTILIZATION

Simple use, just to play on the pedals, much like a wah, To determine the volume. on the other hand, depending on the mode (switch), DIFFERENT trs is your exact: in one case with switches on the bottom pedals, volume fairly low (by trying it, I asked if there was not a problem), just barely lift it to no longer hear anything! in the other case, the action......
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Mono volume pedals, 250k version for passive pickups with respect mine
1 input, 1 output, an external input.
1 mini switch (really mini, I almost never find it) to the sensitivity rgler Action pedals.
simple construction and efficient, to the point, again, the pedals DGIG an impression of solidity and reliability.

UTILIZATION

Simple use, just to play on the pedals, much like a wah, To determine the volume. on the other hand, depending on the mode (switch), DIFFERENT trs is your exact: in one case with switches on the bottom pedals, volume fairly low (by trying it, I asked if there was not a problem), just barely lift it to no longer hear anything! in the other case, the action is much finer, sensitive and effective: triggers background is the sound barrier, power to the max! to hear nothing, you have to meet up. any change in the slope of the pedals of a sudden a big impact on the volume gnral, we must master the movements of the ankle, if not, the cata!

SOUND QUALITY

Nothing said is nickel, the pedals n'altre not the original sound, no breath or unwanted noise ... trs clean and efficient!

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 2 months and really c'tait PDAL I needed, since, according to the effect that I use, my sound is about sudden changes in noise levels. since I PDAL this, no more problem, I initiates background for parts of bottleneck (which is not apparent enough before), while the big riffs or arpges, I must decrease a little volume. It also gives me the possibility using the same, to bring out my solos and subtly decrease the volume when I r-attack on a rhythm part. short, simple stuff, efficient, reliable, robust ... as positive. Just be careful to master the movements of the ankle because the effect is super sensitive. I think also one of two modes useless insofar attnue was far too sound at the slightest movement of tilt.
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Ernie Ball
  • Model: 6181 VP Jr 25K
  • Category: Volume Pedals for Guitar/Bass
  • Added in our database on: 10/26/2006

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Other names: 6181, vp jr 25k, p06181

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