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Roland EV-7 Expression Pedal (No Longer Available)

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The EV-7 Expression Pedal can be used to control a range of functions and effects parameters in genuine time. The EV-7 is a rugged pedal that's designed for use with combo organs like the Roland VK-Series. The EV-7 offers a minimum volume knob. This multi-purpose expression pedal has extended range (approximately 30 degrees)!
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