I, too, have been wondering about this. Figured we might hear some news – yea or nay – after Gary would presumably have had a chance to talk to the CME people at the NAMM show. But since there's been no mention of this at all, I've just assumed it was not going to happen. Hope I'm wrong, but think we would have heard something by now on this topic.
FWIW, I'm still interested – if it's still possible.
Actually, I haven't heard too many people say too much good about this particular pedal. So I just bought two more Roland DP-8 pedals (now I have three) to fill out my foot needs.
Hey, this brings to mind something ELSE I've been wanting lately. Some of my piano compositions are a little "busy" to be played in their entirety in a live situation. It would be cool to have a MIDI foot pedal (like the old Moog pedals I think, Geddy Lee in Rush uses one to trigger synth stuff while he's busy on the bass). I would like to program it to play octaves so I can play the left hand stuff with my foot while using both hands to tackle the keys.
looks like hammond m3 pedals its not comfortable to use I have used such pedals on the Hammond I think for piano I would still go for the CME even if the quality control is sub standard. Dont forget its heel toe pedals miss one and touch another well you can see the complications with piano