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Moog EP-3

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Expression Pedal

  • Heavy and solid construction
  • Weight: 1.15 kg
  • External output volume controller -> adjusts the effect intensity of the pedal
  • Dimensions: (L x W x H) 24 x 8.5 x 8 cm
Expression Pedal Yes
Volume Pedal No
Item number 114986
£41
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Moog EP-3 50K linear expression pedal
Steve Merlin 01.03.2021
After a lot of research on pot values and other features, I keep coming back to this expression pedal. I use it for my Moog Minitaur (duh), Novation Peak, EQD Transmisser and Strymon guitar pedals. The value adjustment knob and polarity switch are useful and make it a versatile pedal. The pot value is 50K (linear). By the way, for Yamaha keys and the Neo Ventilator, go for a Yamaha FC-7 because the EP-3 doesn't work for those.
Most of the checking-out I did, started with this list here:
Moog EP-3 feels very solid and the pedal stays in the angle you left it in. The included TRS-cable and -plugs work OK.
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Utilitarian
Ka5par 18.05.2017
Looking for even more affordable expression pedal than the Roland EV-5 I came to the Moog.

As it's cheaper, it also looks like it, having no thrills plain uniform black plastic for the entire pedal, not even rubber on the pedal. Saying that, it does have a steel plate at the bottom that adds nice weight to it and rubber feet to keep it from sliding around.

Its height resembles more a wah pedal, so it's not as compact as the Roland, but in some situations one might prefer this as it will be on the same level with some other pedals.
Pedal travel is nice and smooth and I like also that you can remove the cable, which is not the case with the Roland.

Good choice if you don't want to pay lots for a pot in a box.
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Not fit for my use, but an excellent pedal!
ivoi.iovi 08.01.2021
I had one of these years ago and used it with a Moog Little Phatty S2, the pedal was solid and this recent purchase matched that quality.
I can't fault the pedal itself, but I am returning this one as I find that for use as an expression controller for guitar pedals (my intended use this time) it is a little uncomfortable due to the height from the ground. When sitting with the synth I didn't notice, but when standing to play guitar it just feels a little off to me.
I guess I just prefer flatter expression pedals which allow my foot to stay closer to the ground, it's a totally subjective thing and I think many people would actually prefer this extra height and certainly the more solid feel.
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Efficient but lacking personality
MadMarkus 14.05.2017
This pedal combines as a volume or tone depending on what stomp box you assign it to. I have a Moog Drive and a Moog Trem. When plugged in to one or the other, it can be used as Trem speed, Volume or Wha. It's up to you to fiddle around and find what you want out of it. No explanation needed there! There is a small knob on the side that remains a little bit of a mystery. Sometimes it widens the amplitude sometimes it does nothing. Again, its a thing you learn to fiddle with and happily or accidentally find what you are looking for. Doesn't require any power. I find it most interesting with the Tremolo when you want to go a little wacky. It's roughly the same size as an Ernie Ball VPJr so it will sit conformably on your board.
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