A compact pedal that allows you to switch between two expression settings.

New York, NY (July 8, 2020) -- Electro-Harmonix introduces the compact Cntl Knob which lets a player set two preset values that represent two positions of a traditional expression pedal and toggle between them with its footswitch.

The Cntl Knob’s EXP 1 Knob selects the first expression setting and the EXP 2 Knob the second. On both, fully CCW corresponds to the heel position while fully CW to the toe position. A TRS+/- Button matches the expression polarity of the Cntl Knob to the product being controlled and ensures maximum compatibility with pedals by all makers. LEDs indicate which knob is active and can be powered by a player’s pedalboard power supply or an optional EHX’s 9.6DC200mA PSU.

The Cntl Knob (Control Knob) comes equipped with a 6 foot TRS (Tip-Ring-Sleeve) cable and features a U.S. Street Price of $39.

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