Tap Tempo Pedal
The Vein Tap Tempo Pedal is, in a word, awemighticlish. That’s right; in order to adequately describe it, we had to combine awesome, mightly, fantastic and stylish into one word. And that’s not hyperbole… well, yes, it is, but still, they’re a pretty useful tap tempo pedal.
You see, putting a Vein Tap on your pedalboard not only makes it look that little bit cooler, it’s also a discrete and helpfully compact controller for a long list of pedals and music gear. These footswitches are used especially to tap the tempo into a delay or some modulation effects pedals for guitar, bass and keyboard. Check out this video for a demonstration of how useful this can be:
Pretty handy, right? But this would all be useless if they crumbled to dust after being stepped on a few times. Well, worry not. Vein Taps are built to resist even the most severe steel-toe-capped abuse. Your immortal Vein Tap will soldier on long after the rest of your pedal board has become rust and memories.
To back these claims up, we include a lifetime manufacturer guarantee with your Vein Tap. If it ever stops working as it should, we’ll take it back and fix whatever’s wrong with it before returning it to you. They’re that unkillable we’re prepared to bet our wallets on it. Full details of the guarantee we offer can be found on the Guarantee page.
New for 2016 – Normally Closed Soft Touch Footswitch
Rather excitingly, we now offer the Vein Tap in both Normally Open and Normally Closed flavours. Both versions are soft-touch, meaning that the footswitch doesn’t click when pressed – it’s silent and stealthy as a sexy ninja. What does having this new normally closed version mean? It means that you can now tap the tempo on your Boss and Roland pedals and equipment on the strike, rather than on release. Need a tap tempo for Boss DD7? PH-3 Phaser? Roland drum machine? It’s the normally closed version of the Vein Tap you need. Almost all other brands, including EHX, Marshall etc use normally open switches.
Buy a Vein Tap now! Make your pedalboard that much mightier. It makes more sense than aspirin on a Sunday!