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Marshall® Style Dual Footswitch
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Part # FSMA2
FSMA2
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This dual footswitch pedal is a replacement for the Marshall PED-802 or PED-802A, often used for channel and overdrive switching.

It works with many of the Marshall JCM 900 series amplifiers like the 4100, the Marshall DSL401 amplifier, and many Marshall ValveState amps like the VS100's, the VS102R and the VS230.

The 16-foot long cable connects using a " stereo phone plug.  One footswitch shorts the plug's tip to its sleeve.  The other footswitch shorts the plug's ring to its sleeve.

There are no LED indicators on this pedal, making it compatible with additional, non-Marshall amps.  Neither are there any graphics, making it an economical replacement pedal.

PRICE - $22.95 USD

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Fender® Style Dual Footswitch
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Part # FSFN2
FSFN2
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This 2-button, vintage-style footswitch is compatible with all vintage Fender amps requiring dual on/off switches to control reverb and vibrato.

These amps include the early Twin Reverb®, Deluxe Reverb, Pro Reverb, Super Reverb, and Bandmaster Reverb.

The 13-foot long cable connects using two RCA plugs.  The housing is chrome plated and the switches are labeled "VIB" and "REV".

PRICE - $22.95 USD

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