Overview

The Mission Engineering VM-1 Volume Pedal takes a pedalboard staple and infuses it with high-end boutique construction and features like hand-wired input and outputs connected through the potentiometer, an isolated tuner out employing a mute switch, and hard-as-nails cold-rolled steel chassis. Operating at a 500K impedance ideal for passive guitars, the beauty in the VM-1 is the absence of "tone suck" usually found in passive volume pedals, which makes it an ideal candidate for any genre in need of total guitar volume control.

Product Specs

Brand
Model
  • VM-1 Volume Pedal
  • VM-1 Volume Pedal
Finish
  • Black
  • Green
  • Metal
  • Red
Year
  • 2010s
Made In
  • United States
Categories

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Reviews for the Mission Engineering VM-1 Volume Pedal
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  • VM1-BK-AERO

    Verified Purchase

    AS ADVERTISED AND THEN SOME. RAPID SHIPMENT. THANKS

  • Good!

    I grew up using the VP JR and was used to its sweep so using the VM was slightly challenging for me. It seems like a well built pedal, but it wasn't for me!

  • good pedal

    Verified Purchase

    Built like a tank, no tone suck, and I like the muted tuner out.

  • Mission Engineering VM-1 Volume Pedal

    Bought this as a project - now it's been put back to work. Nice feel with new custom CTS pot. "A Volume Pedal is a Musician's Best Friend!"

  • Solid construction, limited sweep

    I bought and eventually gave up on this pedal. The build is rock solid, but it doesn't have as much travel as my previous VPjr, so it was hard to do the same amount of swells. Also, you have to manually adjust the range of motion, otherwise it will bleed sound at full heel. The mute function is awesome.