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MISSION EXP Pedal Shoutout
by spakuloid on 2009-12-05 14:01:23

I just wanted to say that the Mission expression pedal is fantastic and practically plug-n-play. One mono cable from the pedal into the M13 and away you go. No battery no dead zones no issues whatsoever. So for $100 - this is the one to go for. Had it within a week. Built like a tank.



Re: MISSION EXP Pedal Shoutout
by cgtrox on 2009-12-05 14:03:20

I am eyeballing that one, too! No batteries!!

cgtrox



Re: MISSION EXP Pedal Shoutout
by spakuloid on 2009-12-05 14:14:14

Here is the direct link. I bought a red one.

http://www.mission-engineering.com/Mission-Engineering/Mission_Engineering.html">http://www.mission-engineering.com/Mission-Engineering/Mission_Engineering.html">http://www.mission-engineering.com/Mission-Engineering/Mission_Engineering.html



Re: MISSION EXP Pedal Shoutout
by Geno_xl on 2009-12-14 14:57:32

awesome, thanks for the review.  I'm planning on picking one up after Christmas.  Although, I saw they had a deal right now to get the red one for the price of the black...

what's the action like on the mission pedal.  Does it feel more like a crybaby or is more like the ernie ball volume pedal...



Re: MISSION EXP Pedal Shoutout
by lebihanj on 2009-12-18 00:27:29

The Mission pedals are closer in feel to a Crybaby than an Ernie Ball. However, the pedal travel is somewhere between the two; greater than a standard Crybaby but less than an EB. This seems to provide the best compromise for a 'real' wah feel while still being suitable for volume and other effects. James.




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