by Mark King
|HEAVY DUTY BUTTON, METAL CASE AND OUTPUT JACK|
The Mosky Tap Tempo pedal is a sturdy cast metal enclosure with a quality momentary, normally-open button. A single female 1/4" jack is provided to connect the Tap Tempo. I purchased these for under $20 each and currently have at least five of them in my pedal inventory. These work great with every pedal I've tried them with.
|ERNIE BALL AMBIENT DELAY WITH MOSKY TAP SWITCH ATTACHED|
To add tap tempo to my Ernie Ball Ambient Delay pedal I made a thin base out of .25" plywood and wire tied the pedal on. The Mosky Tap Tempo button is also wire tied in place so it won't be flipping around the pedal area.
This little Tap Tempo button is so small and light weight that the connectiing cord can flip it over or into some awkward position. Since I installed the Tap Tempo on the plywood base I've had no more position problems.
Just as a point of reference I also have an MXR tap tempo button which cost over twice as much as the Mosky. They both do the Tap Tempo job equally well but one costs a lot less than the other one.
I've had zero problems with the Mosky Tap Button, it's about as basic a pedal as you'll find. A switch, an enclosure and a jack. I've used one of these daily for over a year. I snapped on a Big Button for Barefoot playing comfort.
I recommend the Mosky Tap Tempo button, buy it wherever you find the best deal. I bought mine off Amazon.
Good music to you!
BTW this review is copyright January 2021 by Mark King. It's not ok to copy or quote without written permission. H.o.T. is a labor of love, there are no affiliate links or advertising. Thanks for reading.