Compact Passive Volume, Compact Passive Volume with Switch, Stereo Passive Volume
Need a passive volume control pedal that doesn’t crowd your pedalboard? The Saturnworks compact passive volume pedal provides volume control in a compact affordable package. The Saturnworks volume pedal is available with A250k, A100k, A25k, or A10k pots.
A250k pots are a good all around choice for standard instrument-level signals. A100k or A25k pots work well with buffered instrument-level signals. A25k or A10K pots are good for line-level signals. Other pot values are available upon request. Please contact us for details.
The stereo passive volume pedal provides a single volume control for two parallel stereo signals. The stereo volume is available with A250k or A100k pots.
The compact volume with a switch adds a footswitch so that you can take the volume control in and out of your signal path. An LED indicates when the volume control is active. This version is also passive and doesn’t require power to function. The power, which is standard 9VDC center-negative power, is only for the LED to work.
Active Volume & Bass Active Volume
The Saturnworks active volume pedal is a volume control plus a buffer in one compact package.
The Saturnworks active volume pedal has a built-in buffer combined with a 25k audio taper pot to prevent high-end roll-off as you turn down the level and preserve your guitar’s high-end over long cable runs. This pedal is perfect for use at the end of your signal chain to both control the overall level and to buffer the signal between the pedalboard and the amp.
The bass version tweaks the design to allow the bass’ lower frequencies to enter the buffer circuits.
Saturnworks volume pedals are loaded with high quality components including:
- A cast-aluminum Hammond-type case,
- Heavy duty Neutrik jacks,
- Military spec silver plated wire
- An ‘MXR’ type knob with a (removable) rubber knob cover to make the pedal easier to operate with your foot.
Saturnworks pedals are covered by a 1-year warranty against manufacturing defects.