Footswitch Box - for Marshall, Two Button
Replacement Footswitch for Marshall Amps. Two Button. ¼" Plug. Generic version of Marshall M-PEDL-91004 (P-H871) Compatible with: JCM900 model 4100 and others
|Item Depth||54 mm|
|Item Length||110 mm|
|Item Width||130 mm|
|Packaging Dimensions||6.5 in. × 5.8 in. × 2 in.|
|Weight (Packaging)||1.762 lbs.|
|Functional Diagram||All Models|
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2 answers Does this work with the Marshall DSL 100H?
Asked by Anonymous on May 12th, 2017.
This should switch the Clean/Boost channels and Reverb on/off on the DSL40C and the DSL100H. On the newer DSL40CR and DSL100HR it will switch the Clean/Boost channels and the FX loop on/off. Tested on a DSL40CR.
1 answers Does this work with JCM800 channel/reverb?
Asked by Anonymous on November 25th, 2016.
1 answers Is this switch compatible with Marshall Valvestate 8080?
Asked by Anonymous on November 30th, 2016.
This footswitch should be compatible with Marshall amps requiring a 2 button switch with a standard 1/4" connection.
1 answers Would this work to change the channels on a Peavey 6505 mh.
Asked by Anonymous on March 31st, 2017.
1 answers Will this suit Laney MXD120H?
Asked by Anonymous on January 25th, 2019.
1 answers Will this work with a Marshall MA100C?
Asked by Anonymous on May 27th, 2019.
The amp in question does use a 2 button footswitch, however, we do not have cross reference materials to verify this is the proper footswitch for your amp. If you can verify that the amp is question is compatible with a Marshall M-PEDL-91004 footswitch, this will certainly work as well.
1 answers Does this pedal work with a Marshall DSL-15C? Hoping the left switch will change between the clean and dirty channels, and that the right switch will turn the reverb on and off. My current pedal says PEDL-0009.
Asked by BlackJack on March 14th, 2020.
According to the previous Q&As, this should work with the DSL40C, DSL100H, DSL40CR and DSL100HR it will switch the Clean/Boost channels and the reverb or effects loop depending on the amp model.
1 answers Is this compatible with a DSL40C? Right now I have a PEDL90009 that doesn't work and there is a chance this isn't the footswitch that was supposed to come with this amp. I'm not sure what to replace it with
Asked by Anonymous on April 16th, 2021.
We are able to confirm this shares the same design of the M-PEDL-91004, but we do not have any reference materials to confirm that unit is compatible with the DSL40C.
1 answers The "functional" diagram and the one shown in the "dimensions" pdf don't match. Which is correct?
Asked by silversleeve on August 29th, 2022.
They are both correct. The functional diagram is a simplified version. Each side of each DPDT switch makes the same connections. The dimensions drawing shows all of these including the duplicated connections on each switch whereas the function drawing simplifies it to show one switch instead.
0 answers Hi - I have a Marshall Artist 3203. My current footswitch is failing. It controls Channel and Reverb. Do you know if this will work with that amp by chance? Thanks
Asked by Anonymous on March 15th, 2022.
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Robust, heavy, and all metal. You can't go wrong with these. They work for many other amps besides Marshall- I'm currently using it with an Engl 530.
I bought a Marshall Amp from Ebay in 2003 and couldn't really tell if the reverb in it was working or not (I bought a Fender Bandmaster in the Seventies that had a busted reverb and I had no idea what the G100r-CD was supposed to sound like). I had time to take the switch apart last week and checked the resistance. The button on the switch going to the reverb showed no values on the meter. Tech notes said the switch needed to latch so the best solution was to buy your product. I have to say it made my equipment sound so much better. My guitar goes into the Marshall and then into a Crate and my microphone plugged into the Crate sounds way louder. It has a working volume now also and the reverb in the Marshall is now noticeable.
I've used a bunch of these through the years . They can be easily modified for many different applications , not just Marshalls. Very sturdily built.
I just purchased a Laney LH50 amplifier and the LS-2 footswitch is no longer available. I purchased the P802 Marshall replacement footswitch and it works well. The footswitch is well built with heavy gauge metal and the switches are equally robust. I am quite impressed with the quality of this inexpensive footswitch. It should also work with Fender amps and of course Marshalls.