Bought one recently and the thing is sturdy as you could ever ask for. My other page turner was somewhat flimsy, and finally gave out on me after about a year of frequent use, but I can tell that this one is going to last a long time. It looks sleek, turns pages extremely reliably, and you don't have to worry about it getting tossed around and breaking (not that I'm recommending that you do that!). Absolutely perfect for the gigging musician that travels around and needs something reliable.
Only thing I'd comment on is that in silence, it'll make some noise if you don't press it gently; absolutely not a problem if the venue's loud, but if you're in a quiet recording environment where everything will get picked up, just press the button gently and you should be fine. Classical musicians may want to find a quieter alternative, but for the gigging jazz/rock/loud players, this thing's an absolute dream.
I’m not ashamed to put this on my pedalboard—it doesn’t look out of place next to a chasebliss pedal (which I don’t have, just tryna manifest that reality). And it turns pages on my iPad. Win win. I love that it’s powered by 9V and not a rechargeable lithium battery.
After 10 days, still haven’t received the controller. Thanks US mail...
Coda has finally done what no one else has bothered to do - create a bluetooth page turner that is stage worthy and fits right on my pedal board. All the other are flimsy plastic or metal that wouldn't survive 3 gigs in a rock band. This thing is a tank and takes less than 1 minute to setup and pair.
Worth every single penny.
I’ve tried other bluetooth page turner pedals and the STOMP is one of a kind. I have 3 in my current setup. Worth every penny. Solid and sturdy!