I've had a couple of these that were heavily used for rehearsal and gigging and they hold up to heavy use. On stage I'll sometimes wear bigass boots and have stomped on these. I had one pedal that finally started going bad after 10 years, this could be fixed but it also nice to have spares. The wire is a bit too long for me so I mod mine and cut the wire shorter so its about the perfect length from my instrument without having this large coil of wire at my feet. Also you may want to mount these to a small board or tape them down when gigging they're small and light and move around.Of course the price could be a lot lower on these seeing whats inside them, still very simple so not much to break.
I recently purchased this pedal as a backup for a more expensive Yamaha pedal that I have been using for years with my Roland Phantom X7.
The Yamaha pedal is still working fine but I keep worrying about it being on its last legs. I tested the pedal out at a gig last week and the Roland pedal definitely doesn't feel as solid and is a bit lightweight but as long as you are not stomping around when playing the keyboard it works perfectly well.
I have also used the pedal as a control switch a couple of times and it works fine for that purpose as well.
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