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    Which Ernie Ball Volume Pedal Is Right For You?

    Be in control of your sound with the diverse assortment of Ernie Ball volume pedals. A performance must-have, a volume pedal allows you to control the level of output coming out of your amp using a passive foot controllable device. A staple on any pedalboard, volume pedals come in handy when you need to adjust the volume between a high energy song and a ballad during a set.

    Use this guide to determine what guitar pedal you should buy: Ernie Ball Volume Pedal Buying Guide – Ernie Ball Blog
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    I have never tried a volume pedal, I need to break down and get one to try and see why everyone has them. Just something I never really thought I would need. Jim

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimw427 View Post
    I have never tried a volume pedal, I need to break down and get one to try and see why everyone has them. Just something I never really thought I would need. Jim
    I have mine set in the effects loop of my amp. So after the preamp noise and before my delay pedal. So I use it to get really cool volume swells with tons of delay and then can also be used to cut out the noise from my preamp in between songs, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheShreddinHand View Post
    I have mine set in the effects loop of my amp. So after the preamp noise and before my delay pedal. So I use it to get really cool volume swells with tons of delay and then can also be used to cut out the noise from my preamp in between songs, etc.
    Ok, I have to try this with my MVP now! Sounds interesting.
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    mvp is my mvp no doubt, cant go wrong with it.

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    I have the passive volume pedal and I love it. It is very smooth. It's built like a tank and looks cool, too.

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