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#1378537 - 02/19/10 11:13 PM Pedal Question related to CP300
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Does anyone know of a three pedal unit that would function with a CP300?

If there are no three pedal units I would be interested in a two pedal unit. Again, I would greatly appreciate any advice in regards to a two pedal unit compatible with CP300's.

I have noticed that some sites are advertising three pedal units with the new CP1's. I contacted one site asking about the unit. They said they would have to contact Yamaha as they believed it was only available with the CP1. I figured while I was awaiting a response I would ask the input of the very kind and knowledgeable people here at Piano World smile
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#1378549 - 02/19/10 11:31 PM Re: Pedal Question related to CP300 [Re: Harmonies]
ChrisA Offline
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Registered: 12/28/08
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Originally Posted By: Harmonies
Does anyone know of a three pedal unit that would function with a CP300?

If there are no three pedal units I would be interested in a two pedal unit. Again, I would greatly appreciate any advice in regards to a two pedal unit compatible with CP300's.

I have noticed that some sites are advertising three pedal units with the new CP1's. I contacted one site asking about the unit. They said they would have to contact Yamaha as they believed it was only available with the CP1. I figured while I was awaiting a response I would ask the input of the very kind and knowledgeable people here at Piano World smile


The Yamaha three pedals units available for the P83 and some others use a multi-pin plug I don't think the CP300 has one of those jacks. But it does have the standard 1/4" pedal jacks. I've seen the pin-out of the three pedal units and the pedals simply short some of the pins. It would not be hard to make an adaptor.

Or you could just do what guitar players do and use velcro to stick pedals to a sheet of plywood or sheet metal and make a "pedal board".

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