Roland Juno-D "sustain reverse polarity pedal" Questions


sustain is in reverse yamaha p-85 When I press the sustain, the note does not sustain. When I do not press the sustain, all notes are sustained. I have the same problem, But I have been using the same


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...sustain pedal. It works in reverse. I saw a post that said to make sure the pedal is plugged in before powering on the instrument and not to press the pedal when powering on the instrument or the ...


sustain now has reversed polarity on random occasions...have tried everything, and it's not my pedal because the same things happen with different pedals. I have a p-95 which I bought 5 years ago, and

...sustain pedal with other brands such as Yamaha. Frankly, I would just get a Yamaha pedal to use with the unit. Some Yamaha synths have a setting for pedal "polarity" but I could not find it in the ...

...sustain pedal. Now remember that a Roland pedal has revese polarity of MOST others and that may needs to be setup. It is NOT clear from the documentation if the Axiom recognizes the reverse sense of ...

...reverse polarity to the instrument. Would that have fried the damper jack? Try plugging in the pedal with the Roland powered down or off. With the pedal plugged in, turn the Roland on again. The ...

...Polarity. See if it's set to Standard or Reverse. 4. If problem persists after all that, try holding the pedal jack into the Roland at different angles and then try the same with where the cable ...

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