Dunlop Volume X Mini Pedal DVP4


Volume and expression pedal for guitar

  • Controls the volume or effects parameters
  • Passive - does not require a power supply
  • Patented Low Friction Band-Drive
  • Uses a 250 kOhm potentiometer in volume mode and 10 kOhm potentiometer in expression mode
  • Internal 50 KOhm TRIMPOT for setting the minimum value in heel-down position in expression mode
  • Internal switch to reverse heel/tow functionality
  • Internal switch for selecting the TUNER/EXP AUX output functionality
  • Adjustable torque for increasing and decreasing pedal resistance
  • Aluminium housing
  • 6.3 mm Mono jack input and output
  • 6.3 mm TRS jack AUX/TUNER
  • Dimensions (W x D x H): 75 x 155 x 65 mm
  • Weight: 580 g

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Available since June 2016
Item number 380454
Sales Unit 1 piece(s)
Volume pedal Yes
Expression Pedal Yes
Wah pedal No
Boost function No
Stereo No
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60 Reviews

Nice small expression pedal.
zniklavics 06.11.2017
The good
I bought this as an expression pedal for my boss md-500. Using it as a wah, volume, changing between 2 settings etc. And it is quite comfortable as far as foot size is concerned and sweep length from heel to toe is nice. And I like the aesthetics and everything.

The problem
The quality on mine is horrible. The sweep is physically divided in 2 parts. It is like you start the sweep very easily and in the second half of the sweep you get the tension you have set it up to be with the screw. Therefore it is abit more difficult and more annoying to get the perfect sweep. Also, I haven?t used it too much and it has already developed a squeeky noise when you sweep.

Even though, for some people this may not be a big deal, for the price I believe there are way better quality options out there.

Edit: After some research I found out you have to tighten few screws inside the pedal and the issue with the sweep is gone. You can also fix the squeaking. This was still a bit disappointing, but it works perfectly now.


This Pedal is amazing.
BillieJean 24.09.2017
You get used to the size in no time because you actually control any volume/EXP pedals with your heel not your entire foot. And it takes almost the same size as a boss sized pedal so it will give you more space in your pedal board and I had no issues with the operating range or with dead zones.


It?s my fault, not the pedal?s!
Lemmer 07.07.2017
I have had this great little pedal on my board for a while now, and it is great. It is built well, and the sweep is as gradual as I was hoping it would be. The small foot print is awesome, but it is taking me a bit to get used to. It?s not the pedal?s fault though! I?m 6?4? (194 cm) and have quite big feet. Also, I?m not as stable as I used to be! I guess what I?m getting at is that it is taking me a while to get used to the small size. I guess over the years I?ve grown used to being able to balance on my larger pedals, and kinda know my lean, if you know what I mean? I know I?ll get there with this little beauty, but it hasn't?t happened over night.


nice and handy small little volume pedal
krisbas 20.11.2021
I have only good and positive things to say about that pedal:

-- it is exactly what i expected
-- it is small and handy - fits to every case
-- for those who are used with the 'regular size' of volume pedal, it might take some time to get used with that, but for me it was no problem
-- i like the appearance and aesthetics of that pedal

Until now nothing bad to comment :)


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