Studiologic MP-117 Midi Bass Pedal

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Dynamic MIDI Bass Pedal

  • 17 Keys
  • MIDI channel
  • Program change
  • Bank select
  • Transpose
  • Dimensions (L x W x H): 740 x 430 x 140 mm
  • Weight: approx. 7 kg
  • Includes mains adaptor
available since June 2000
Item number 136776
sales unit 1 piece(s)
£425
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Tougher than it looks
David3602 16.11.2016
I've been using this with my Korg MXD sound module for about 4 years and it has been faultless. It gets kicked and jumped on but continues regardless. The pedals just touch the ground when pressed - which is perfect so you can't ever put too much pressure on. If there is a fault, it is that 2 hands are needed to make a change to the bank or octave whereas an up-down rocker would be better so you could do it with your feet. It means you have to plan your performance but it is a tiny issue.
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Studiologic MP-117 Midi Bass Pedal
Lee3176 26.05.2014
Very useful having so many pedals but the cheap plastic really put me off, when pressing down pedals the whole unit flexes and makes creaking sounds. I can't see this thing lasting very long if it were to be used live. A hard case may be a good investment.
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The general valuation is fair enough for its landed cost
RAFFI VARTAN 10.02.2021
The final user is a professional organ bass player and has realized that on this bass pedalboard made in plastic which he has ordered all the keys are functioning well, except the key G which he feels doesn’t stand firmly when he puts his foot on it and not as solid as the other keys and he has observed a specie of missing small color like a small white missing dot on it.
He has been asking me whether there is any way he can adjust that key which he feels is not enough solid, because when he has analyzed it, he has seen that it has a spring inside and he fears this particular G key might brake after sometimes, but he says it is a general sensation based on his so many years experience playing on bass pedalboards.He has been in fact playing on so many bass organ pedalboards for so many years, and I believe he can feel the difference in between the brands.Then, my general opinion is not bad for its price, but I feel that it is more conceptualized to be as a MIDI pedalboard rather than a pure organ bass pedalboard which is generally used under harsher conditions than a pure vintage organ bass pedal board which in general looks more solid.
If not all the other features are functioning well for now.
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Great Foot Controller!
Purerocker 17.05.2022
Easy to use. Seems a bit fragile at first glance, but is standing up in practice, so far!
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