Sustain or Damper Pedals
Sustain pedals are used by keyboard players to emulate the damper pedal on a real piano. While depressed, any key played will continue its sustain indefinitely, until the sound fades out or sample is done sounding. The effect is mostly used on standard keyboard sounds to add colour or to create a seamless change between notes or chords.
It is important when buying a sustain pedal to make sure it is suitable for your keyboard. Depending on the manufacturer, the sustain function of a keyboard can have either a negative or positive signal polarity, meaning that some pedals may not work as desired with some keyboards (i.e. when the pedal is depressed there is no sustain, when it is lifted the sustain rings). Some sustain pedals include a polarity switch that reverses the signal polarity, making it compatible with any keyboard.
||Swamp PS-1 Keyboard Damper / Sustain Pedal
The PS-1 is a classic design of keyboard foot pedal. A Professional keyboard sustain/damper pedal built in a strong ABS housing and with a look and feel that resembles an actual acoustic piano foot pedal.
Price: AUD 29.99
||Keyboard Accessories Package
Swamp has put together this essential package including everything the performing keyboardists will need on stage. Includes everything from cables to stand and even a stereo direct box. As the scouts say "be prepared" and get everything you need right here in one great value package.
Price: AUD 149.99
||Daphon Keyboard Sustain Pedal
The Daphon Sustain Pedal is a simple and robust keyboard sustain pedal (aka damper pedal) for electronic keyboards and synths. Suitable for any application requiring a "non-latching momentary switch". Basically meaning that when pressed and held, the pedal function is enabled.
Price: AUD 19.99