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Footswitch - for Marshall, Three Button, w/ LED, DIN Plug

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SKU: P-H473
Item ID: 002563
Price: $21.50
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Replacement Footswitch for Marshall Amps. Three Button. Light-Up LED. 5-Pin DIN Plug. For use with 3-channel Valvestate amps. Generic version of Marshall PED803 (P-H876) Compatible with: Valvestate model VS265R and others Note: LED must receive power externally from the amp (i.e. no battery inside).

UPC/EAN: 609722125192

RoHS Compliant

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5.00 out of 5 based on 2 reviews

This is a great footswitch and you sure can't beat the price. Hard to make one yourself for that.

BUT be aware, if you are planning on using this for a custom build, this is NOT a standard 5-pin "MIDI" DIN cable! My solution... drilled a hole in the footswtich box for a MIDI jack and wired it up. Now I can use any standard MIDI cable (that has all five pins wired - not all of them do) and the cord is easily replaceable in the off-chance it goes bad right before a show.

1darren1 - July 26th, 2016

I ordered this unit to make a replacement footswitch for an old Acoustic 125 amplifier. I found it's construction to be very rugged. I did a few minor modifications like replacing the DIN connector with a jones-molex type as used on the Acoustic 125 and found that 2 of the LED's would lite when actuated, the third would not because of the whacky circuitry in the amplifier. No big deal, I simply clipped all 3 led wires so none would lite. The amp head has it's own indicator lights anyway. All in all an excellent footswitch for the money and my customer was very pleased with the results. - November 4th, 2014

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