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Peavey 2-Button Stereo Footswitch
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Sweet 'switch uses a stereo 1/4" phone plug to allow for 2 simultaneous functions. Select/Effect button allows you to switch between overdrive and no...Click To Read More About This Product
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Sweet 'switch uses a stereo 1/4" phone plug to allow for 2 simultaneous functions. Select/Effect button allows you to switch between overdrive and normal channel. Reverb button turns reverb on or off. 14' cable included. Use with Bandit 65/75/80/112, Special 112/130/150, Studio Pro112, Envoy 110, Bravo 112, Classic 50 Head, Classic 100 Head, TransTube Envoy, and Protege.
- Stereo 1/4" phone plug
- Allows for 2 simultaneous functions
- Select/Effects button
- Reverb button
- 14' cable
- Use with Bandit 65/75/80/112, Special 112/130/150, Studio Pro 112, Envoy 110, Bravo 112, Classic 50 Head, Classic 100 Head, TransTube Envoy, or Protege
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with these switches there really isn't a lot of room for review. i mean, they either work or they don't. thats about it. this one works, it's easy to use, it's durable, so i give it a 9.
these things suck. for some reason the 5150 head comes with one of these, even though it does not have reverb. the two button switch takes up too much room, and breaks constantly.
Well, it's a footswitch. It switches between the clean and overdrive channels, and also toggles the reverb (or in my case, with the Delta Blues amp, the tremolo) on and off. It does what it's supposed to do, but a LED indicating the channel and effect status would be nice.The case is made of plastic and looks really cheap and flimsy. Right after I got it, I bought a Hammond metal enclosure and adapted the switches to it. Now I know it'll last a long time.