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SKU: P-H495
Item ID: 002573
List Price: $3.65
Price: $3.29
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Application
Amplifier
Brand
Carling
Brand
Fender
Type
Toggle

Fender® style power and/or standby switch (Single Pole, Single Throw). This switch is a great replacement for older Fender® amps where the shorter toggle length (1/2”) is desired.

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UPC/EAN: 609722135665

RoHS Compliant

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Product Reviews

4.8571428571429
4.86 out of 5 based on 7 reviews
5

A very good "plug and play" substitute for the original part. Looks the same, fits perfectly, works perfectly.

Nickolas Avdonin - August 7th, 2015
5

High quality, looks great. Super fast shipping. Great customer support.

Imp302 - April 10th, 2015
5

Highly recommend this switch. Used it for a master power wire harness

Imp302 - April 10th, 2015
5

This switch was a power switch replacement in 1978 135 watt Twin Reverb. Almost the same geometry as the original, but just slightly different. Not a totally "parallel feel" like the original. Totally satisfied. Just the facts for the major type A personalities.

imsisyphus - January 31st, 2015
5

Great parts, service and price!!

Ralph Henderson - December 16th, 2014
4

reliable. vintage style.

art gomez - August 17th, 2014
5

I used this as a period-correct replacement for a Fender tweed Pro (5D5; 1954), as the last person to fix it used a big, gaudy paddle switch. Aside from its fresh chrome, it looks a perfect match. This switch has the short bat (~1/2"), not the longer modern standard (more like 3/4").

Rossman Electronics - July 21st, 2014

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