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Fender® 1-Button Channel Switching (Clean/Drive) Footswitch
Guitar Amplifier Footswitch. Made by Fender®.
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We carry footswitches with RCA jacks for the older Fender ampifiers, and 1/4" plugs for contemporary amps. All Footswitches come with 12' of cable.
This 1-Button Footswitch switches between clean and overdrive channels.
- 1-Button: Channel Switching (or Drive On/Off), with 1/4" Jack
- For use with the Champion 300, Champ 110, Champion 30, Blues Deluxe, M-80, Dual Showman(86), Princeton 65, Frontman 25R, FM 65R, X-25R, FM 210R amplifiers.
1-Button: Channel Switching (or Drive On/Off), with 1/4" Jack
For use with the Champion 300, Champ 110, Champion 30, Blues Deluxe, M-80, Dual Showman(86), Princeton 65, Frontman 25R, FM 65R, X-25R, FM 210R amplifiers.
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2 of 2 found the following review helpful:
Works as advertisedApr 05, 2011
By Samuel Mattern
Wish it was less expensive. Nice metal box with plastic sides. Much better than the piece of crap Hosa pedal it's replacing. Bought my Princeton 112 from someone and never had the pedal. Now I do!
a Solid replacementApr 24, 2014
By Trevor K.
I lost the Pedal to one of my Fender guitar Amps during a move. Found this online and its much better constructed than the pedal it replaces. The quality is definitely there. Excellent choice if you need a pedal
Simple and solidApr 12, 2014
By Amazon Customer
Great stomp switch. Built solid, I believe it will last a looong time. Worked perfectly right out of the box.
Great!Mar 25, 2014
Great channel switch! I got this for my bass rig andcouldn't be happier. I love fender products and always have!
Amazing quality Pedal But will not work with Peavey Classic 30Mar 01, 2014
By Deke Rivers
I bought this pedal to switch channels on my C30. It will not.
After reading many forums - I have discovered the only way it will work
is to rewire it completely. I am no good with a soldering iron so this is going to be tough.
I wanted this pedal for the constructing is the best I have seen for a manufactured one and I am rough on them.
The footprint is also small so I can easily fit it on my very full pedal board. The dual pedal Peavey
switch I have is cheap plastic and is huge with an attached cable. I want to use a guitar cable.
If I do figure this out to switch channels, getting the LED to work is going to be very tough.
There is a way to wire it to work adding a battery to the mix but again, I have no idea what I am doing.
But I love the pedal size and construction enough to figure this out.
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