Yamaha YDP-V240


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According to the manual, no. The pedal outlet seems to be specifically designed for the set it comes with. With luck, the plug might work as a regular MIDI in so you could connect a MIDI board to it (like a Behringer FCB1010), but I wouldn't bet on it.

You can always use a non-keyboard-specific pedal. The Boss FV500 is pretty nice, for example.
If you're set on the FC7, then according to the chart here (bottom of the page), the only one that seems to use them is the P-155.
 
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Thanks for your reply. But how can I use even a "non-specific" pedal, if there is no input for a volume control pedal?

I presume my only option is to buy a couple of external speakers, and use the Audio Out and the FC7, and mute the internal speakers with a plug in the headphone jack – would that work?

Ramon
 
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By "non-specific" I meant a standard volume pedal for guitar (two INs, two OUTs - perfect for the YDP). It wouldn't work on the internal speakers though, so yeah, you would have to get some more gear to get around that... But add a 4 channel mixer to those external speakers and you could run your guitar through 'em, too! :D
 

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