Synth Site: Roland: PK-5 Dynamic MIDI Pedal: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 5.0 out of 5
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Dave Hart a professional user from United States writes:
I have had this for two days and absolutely love it! It is so easy to use and understand, which reflects how far I have come in only two days. It is by far better than I had expected! I am trying to find a way to control the octave settings on the fly from my keyboard. Other than that I am ready to play live with it!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Apr-16-2010 at 21:02
Steve "Maddog" Marks a part-time user from usa writes:
The Roland pk-5 really fills out my 3 piece band(allowing for fewer members,more money)by letting me play bass and synths all at once.I've had mine for years & years and it's never let me down.Extremely flexible and built like a tank!I never had a case for it but the pk-5 takes the punishment and comes back for more!Great product Roland!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Jan-24-2007 at 15:14
Ray Hunter a hobbyist user from South Florida writes:
We do a lot of RUSH covers (I play Steinberger bass and synthesizers) and I can see why Geddy Lee picked the Roland PK-5. These are the best...I gave away my Korg midi pedals after I got these. Blessings Ray Hunter

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Jan-02-2004 at 00:31
James Truba a professional user from USA writes:
I'll keep it short..."It's the best midi bass pedal control unit on the market!" The pedals feel great under your foot and you can control the kitchen sink with it. Combine it with an MKS-70 or MKS-50 and you can trigger some awsome very Moog like bass parts. I got mine new for $349.99 at a local music store, they retail for $495.99 so they are within reach finanicaly if your on a budget like me (can't afford the $1,000 you need now just to get a pair of used Moog Taurus 1!) Try to locate a pair if your in the market, you won't be sorry. I think they're even better than the Korg MPK-130's wich seem to be very popular. I'm a bass player/ keyboard player and I trigger a bunch of synths with these, anyway..God Bless!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Nov-15-2002 at 01:21
Keith Gurland a professional user from USA writes:
I use the Roland PK-5 pedals with TriPod to augment the fact there are NO GUITARS or KEYBOARDS in the trio! They are fantastic and a very important part of TriPod's sound.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Apr-20-2002 at 15:47
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