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Footswitch - for Fender®, Two Button, Vintage, RCA Plugs

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SKU: P-H271-A-X
Item ID: 002486
Starting at: $22.95
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Order a replacement or add flexibility to your amp! Shielded wire with RCA plugs for vintage-style Fender amps. 12' cable. Replacement for Fender: 0994051000. Multiple color options available.

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4.75 out of 5 based on 4 reviews

Great product, and functions perfectly with my 1971 Fender Twin Reverb. The reason it gets a 4 out of 5 starts is because the RCA plugs feel a little loose on the connectors (like the could slip off at loud volumes, though not confirmed), and the plugs seems thin if you want to squeeze them to tighten.

Ryan B. - May 14th, 2015

Bought this to replace the original reverb/vibrato footswitch of my '76 Vibrolux. The wiring on the original was totally frayed and the unit only worked intermittently. I actually prefer this new unit. First of all, the cable on it is four feet longer than the original which, believe it or not, makes a difference in my stage set-up. I could never get quite far enough away from my amp before. Secondly, the attachment of the RCA plugs is much better on this replacement. There is no exposed wire and there are slotted protective sleeves where the cable has to bend inside the back panel of the amp. Finally, I prefer this black unit with chrome buttons to the original all chrome. I am somewhat visually impaired and the contrast makes it much easier to see what I'm doing.

t h kulber - January 13th, 2015

Worked great with my vintage amp. Recommend.

keithb7 - December 21st, 2014

This is half the price of the Fender footswitch, and just as good. The only thing I don't like: the plugs aren't the vintage type where you can squeeze the metal sides to make it grip better. These tend to be a bit loose in the socket.

Anonymous - August 3rd, 2014

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