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  • pianotapianota

    Good product

    Yamaha FC5Published on 04/23/14 at 06:59
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Often provided with original keypads yamaha, this kind of pedal always make service.

    Practical, lightweight but stick properly grounded, it can fit into a pocket friendly to use.

    The sustain is good, it's plastic, it creaks a bit and feel the foot is not the kind of pedal piano but adpanne well.

    A bit expensive though for what it is.
  • moosersmoosers

    Yamaha FC5Published on 01/24/10 at 16:50
    The Yamaha FC-5 is a simple sustain pedal for use with any sort of keyboard or MIDI controller.  I've used the FC-5 with a few different keyboards out there, as it will work with any keyboard that has a 1/4 inch output for sustain (which includes just about every keyboard ever made).  I've used the sustain pedal with the M-Audio 49e Keystation MIDI controller as well as with a the smaller M-Audio Oxygen 8.  Let me start by saying that this isn't the ideal sustain pedal in terms of its size, as I would always rather have a full pedal.  However, when I'm using a smaller MIDI controller it is easy to bring this sustain pedal along since it is a lot smaller.  It is also much cheaper than a trad…
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    The Yamaha FC-5 is a simple sustain pedal for use with any sort of keyboard or MIDI controller.  I've used the FC-5 with a few different keyboards out there, as it will work with any keyboard that has a 1/4 inch output for sustain (which includes just about every keyboard ever made).  I've used the sustain pedal with the M-Audio 49e Keystation MIDI controller as well as with a the smaller M-Audio Oxygen 8.  Let me start by saying that this isn't the ideal sustain pedal in terms of its size, as I would always rather have a full pedal.  However, when I'm using a smaller MIDI controller it is easy to bring this sustain pedal along since it is a lot smaller.  It is also much cheaper than a traditional sustain pedal.  Beyond its small size, I've found the FC-5 to be a perfectly good sustain pedal.  It gets the job done when I want to use it, and in the five or six years that I have had it, I've never had anything break or anything like that.  The cable is long enough to reach wherever I need it to, but isn't too long where it takes up a lot of space.  Really, my only complaint about the Yamaha FC-5 is how small it is and that sometimes while I'm playing if I don't have it right near my feet, it can be a bit hard to locate.  However, since I know this I will generally keep it right under my foot to keep it in place.  If you're playing keyboards a lot and use sustain a lot, I'd probably recommend just spending a few extra bucks to get a full size one, but if you need something a bit more portable and cheaper, the Yamaha FC-5 is a pretty good choice for a sustain pedal of this size.
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