Is the FC4 pedal usable on the Juno DS61?


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Welcome to the forum.

Yes, it has a polarity switch such that if it operates in reverse when plugged in simply change the switch position.

It is expensive though, I use the M Audio versions on my keyboards.

https://www.amazon.com/M-Audio-SP-2...294&sr=8-3&keywords=damper+pedal+for+keyboard
Thanks Biggles - I asked while waiting for Juno to be delivered - I already have the FC4 pedal for another Yamaha but it is now far too heavy for gigs - Juno seemed perfect - it has arrived, pedal works perfectly, but it plays like a disaster unless I have a rogue one - see my other post!
 

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Is the FC4 a switch type sustain pedal or a Continuous Controller type?

I use an M-audio SP-2 Sustain Pedal on my Juno DS as well as on all my other keyboards.

It's a very robust pedal for not too much money. Polarity is easily switchable so it's universal.

If you plan on using someone else's CC pedal for a Roland though, make sure it's switchable polarity.

Both Roland and Yamaha tend to use Negative Polarity Pedals while pretty much everyone else uses Positive polarity. (ie. Switch ON when depressed)


Gary ;)
 
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Is the FC4 a switch type sustain pedal or a Continuous Controller type?

I use an M-audio SP-2 Sustain Pedal on my Juno DS as well as on all my other keyboards.

It's a very robust pedal for not too much money. Polarity is easily switchable so it's universal.

If you plan on using someone else's CC pedal for a Roland though, make sure it's switchable polarity.

Both Roland and Yamaha tend to use Negative Polarity Pedals while pretty much everyone else uses Positive polarity. (ie. Switch ON when depressed)


Gary ;)
Thanks Gary
 

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