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  • Indestructible

    Roland EV-5Published on 04/15/14 at 13:48
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    I had recovered from a pianist there for 20 years my pedals at the time and still in service after many scenes, rain, beer, flood ... Anyway ... indestructible

    Essential
  • a modification which changes the life ....

    Roland EV-5Published on 02/11/14 at 00:55
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    then I actually just talking extremely simple modification (and walking)
    3 years I added 3 stereo jacks to my EV5 ... Starting from the sad fact that I had only to walk all ... welding of coated wire on the knob in the pedal

    I could put in series 3 additional outlets!!

    NB: It took me cut the plastic bracket on the rear to get the cables ...

    So I control simultaneously as separate my phaser (Subdecay Quasar DLX), my autowah / filter (Subdecay Prometheus DLX) my pitch shifter (PS5 home boss) was the 4th for my boss DD7 takes pedals expressions but I prefer to have a tap tempo plugged directly above ... for mumuse with the space I went to OKNOBS that allows me to play with the......
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    then I actually just talking extremely simple modification (and walking)
    3 years I added 3 stereo jacks to my EV5 ... Starting from the sad fact that I had only to walk all ... welding of coated wire on the knob in the pedal

    I could put in series 3 additional outlets!!

    NB: It took me cut the plastic bracket on the rear to get the cables ...

    So I control simultaneously as separate my phaser (Subdecay Quasar DLX), my autowah / filter (Subdecay Prometheus DLX) my pitch shifter (PS5 home boss) was the 4th for my boss DD7 takes pedals expressions but I prefer to have a tap tempo plugged directly above ... for mumuse with the space I went to OKNOBS that allows me to play with the rate without expression pedal ...

    So to all those who plan to purchase more than one EV5 .... DO NOT DO IT! one is enough!
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  • Anonymous

    This is great!

    Roland EV-5Published on 03/04/12 at 08:23
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    How long you use it? few years
    What is so special that you love the most, least? most is well built and it is relatively strong.
    Did you tried many other models before buying it? No, I bought this brand to be quiet.
    How would you rate the quality / price? very good
    With experience, you do again this choice? Absolutely.
  • Roland EV-5Published on 07/26/05 at 07:22
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    Expression pedals Roland brand. Priori so it's all good.

    And it is! It looks tough even if it is plastoc. The race up the pedals is wonderful, soft hummm. In addition there is a knob on the cot for rgler left.

    I use the Line 6 Stompboxes MM4 and DL4. More good ideas!

    55, which allow you to explore the possibilities of the Max Line 6 pedals.

    PS: Line 6 pedals specially made to ddies DL4, MM4, FM4 ... APRS comparison, but Roland is stronger, and less enjoyable for me is so Chres seen it all! ...
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    Expression pedals Roland brand. Priori so it's all good.

    And it is! It looks tough even if it is plastoc. The race up the pedals is wonderful, soft hummm. In addition there is a knob on the cot for rgler left.

    I use the Line 6 Stompboxes MM4 and DL4. More good ideas!

    55, which allow you to explore the possibilities of the Max Line 6 pedals.

    PS: Line 6 pedals specially made to ddies DL4, MM4, FM4 ... APRS comparison, but Roland is stronger, and less enjoyable for me is so Chres seen it all!
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  • Roland EV-5Published on 12/16/05 at 05:56
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    Expression pedals ultra lgre but relatively robust design that can be used with any MIDI device that accepts external controller.
    Linear and enjoyable race trs (flexibility) and the minimum level rglage knob by the ct knob very good and we will not move using the bte .
    trs good report quality price.
  • Simple and effective

    Roland EV-5Published on 10/03/11 at 01:14
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    I use it for 2 years, this is my first external expression pedal.
    The plastic casing is quite sturdy ... as long as you do not dance a jig over
    It is both an advantage and a disadvantage, the cable does not come off the pedal.
    There is a small knob that adjusts the travel of the pedal.
    Good quality / price ratio used. A € 60 for the nine, I find it a bit expensive.
    I made this choice and opportunity I would do ... in time.
  • Roland EV-5Published on 09/29/08 at 05:23
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    I use it for various applications:
    GT5 and complementary pedal expression pedal for the effects of BR1200CD

    actually a little light

    I bought it as compatible with the various products Boss - Roland

    least one for stability (due to its light weight) and the original length of the cable.
  • Indestructible and indispensable ...

    Roland EV-5Published on 01/19/11 at 10:05
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    For how long have you been using it?:
    I use it for over 10 years with no reliability problems

    Did you try many other models before getting this one?
    No ... but why ...

    What thing do you like most/least about it?
    Its more robust. His default, the length of cable (-1 as a meter or two more, AC'll have enough)

    What is your opinion about the value for the price?
    Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice? ...
    Yes, no worries!

    In conclusion:

    I use it on my Roland GP100, I have no knowledge of what this pedal is like speaking to me today so that they agree ... For the problem of the cable a bit short I just took an extension cord stereo jack and presto!







    ...
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    For how long have you been using it?:
    I use it for over 10 years with no reliability problems

    Did you try many other models before getting this one?
    No ... but why ...

    What thing do you like most/least about it?
    Its more robust. His default, the length of cable (-1 as a meter or two more, AC'll have enough)

    What is your opinion about the value for the price?
    Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice? ...
    Yes, no worries!

    In conclusion:

    I use it on my Roland GP100, I have no knowledge of what this pedal is like speaking to me today so that they agree ... For the problem of the cable a bit short I just took an extension cord stereo jack and presto!







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  • Roland EV-5Published on 04/19/02 at 04:11
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    Expression pedal (such as "wah wah") with potentiometer for adjusting the minimum value of MIDI controller when the pedal is "at rest".

    The pedal is sturdy, no fear if it is used extensively on stage, for example.

    It follows the movement of the foot well, with precision.

    Setting the minimum value of the MIDI controller on which it acts is very convenient. This allows, if you want the controller to vary between levels 64 and 127, for example, to do so with even greater precision.

    I use it for 1 year and I must admit that it has changed my life: when both hands are on the keyboard and can also, simultaneously, to vary a parameter (such as brightness), it is easier than when a......
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    Expression pedal (such as "wah wah") with potentiometer for adjusting the minimum value of MIDI controller when the pedal is "at rest".

    The pedal is sturdy, no fear if it is used extensively on stage, for example.

    It follows the movement of the foot well, with precision.

    Setting the minimum value of the MIDI controller on which it acts is very convenient. This allows, if you want the controller to vary between levels 64 and 127, for example, to do so with even greater precision.

    I use it for 1 year and I must admit that it has changed my life: when both hands are on the keyboard and can also, simultaneously, to vary a parameter (such as brightness), it is easier than when a hand has to touch a knob! Moreover, one can easily (after a small gym of mind) control two MIDI controllers simultaneously with the left hand and foot. It has changed my moments where I had to move the nose wheel with both hands while playing! ;)
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