MESSE 2014: Foot Control For Your Keyboard

Nektar release NP-1 and NP-2 Foot switch pedals      12/03/14
MESSE 2014: Foot Control For Your Keyboard


Nektar Technology, Inc. has announced the immediate availability of the NP-1 and NP-2 foot switch pedals designed for musicians who need a quality pedal for keyboard sustain or any other foot switch operation. Here's how they describe them:

The NP-1 is in a heavy duty metal housing with nice, thick rubber padding both at the top and bottom to ensure a good solid grip. A 6ft cable, 1/4 TS jack connector and a polarity switch delivers universal compatibility with all keyboards featuring a sustain pedal foot switch socket.

The NP-2 is designed around a solid metal pedal and base. The design gives it real weight which is also reinforced with a think rubber pad on the bottom. The housing is rubberized giving it a luxurious feel. As with the NP-1, a6ft cable, 1/4 TS jack connector and a polarity switch delivers universal compatibility with all keyboards featuring a sustain pedal foot switch socket.


Pricing and Availability:
Nektar NP-1 is immediately available for MSRP $19.99/ €19.99/ £16.49
Nektar NP-2 is immediately available for MSRP $24.99/ €24.99/ £19.99

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RB    Said...

You've got to be f'ing kidding me… Sonic State rocks!… but foot switch (pedals) cosmetically and functionally the same as other pedals that have been around for ages? Do "me too" accessories really qualify as MESSE News material?

13-Mar-14 01:27 AM


News Editor    Said...

Yes.

13-Mar-14 04:07 AM


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