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The pedals on the organ are flat and playing mutiple notes. Like a reverberation

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See if is enabled any functions like "auto play" "auto Chord", if yes, disable them

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The Roland synths now monitor the pedal as the power is turned on and supposedly decides which contact type is used.

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To get started, turn on the organ and press the expression pedal which controls the volume... experiment setting a few tabs or drawbars an play notes on the manuals. You will soon learn what controls what.

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For organs, etc, there may be something loose and resonating... go searching by putting pressure on things that might be vibrating...

If it is a guitar it is probably fret buzz... read up by searching google for fret buzz... it is caused by inadequatte clearance of the strings to the frets or playing the strings wrong (plucking vertically)..

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The pedal keys doesn't work, no sound coming out of the upper notes of the pedel keys.


We can only guess at what type, model, and brand of instrument you have.

This is probably some type of organ... however there are many types.

IF the pedals are part of the main body of the organ, I would suspect a broken wire.

If it is a console organ, often the pedals have tabs that actuate switches. Often people place thess on a rug which CAN block the pedal from moving far enough.

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