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icon5.gif  250-4 original 4-switch footswitch markings? [message #6067] Wed, 10 August 2005 18:21 Go to next message
fieldflower is currently offline  fieldflower
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Hi all,

I have managed to get hold of a 4-switch that works with my 250-4 amp, but the markings on the footswitch is wrong since it's for another amp...
...and when I fix that, why not use the correct terms...

The problem is I don't know what it says on the original 4-switch.
It wasn't possible to read out of the pictures in the litterature section either.

Could someone tell me what the markings are?

BR,
/Peter
Re: 250-4 original 4-switch footswitch markings? [message #11112 is a reply to message #6067] Tue, 02 June 2009 10:43 Go to previous messageGo to next message
burnthogan is currently offline  burnthogan
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What type of footswitch are you using? (brand) I am searching to either build the footswitch or modify another brand. Any info would be helpful. Thanks.
Re: 250-4 original 4-switch footswitch markings? [message #11335 is a reply to message #6067] Sun, 05 July 2009 14:10 Go to previous message
pleat is currently offline  pleat
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Peter, kustom offered a round footswitch with 4 switches that had a 4 pin XLR plug for the K200A series. I think that one would be labeled on a disc in the center of the switches.
The K250-4 footswitch had 4 pedals and a 5 pin XLR plug. To figure out which one is which, since you can't read the labels.
My schematic shows from left to right Trem/Vib, reverb, boost, and fuzz. These pedals used small light bulbs to illuminate the label, so maybe the bulbs are burned out or the pedal is not getting the voltage to run the lights. If you remove the back of the pedal the color coding would be, red + voltage, white wire is trem/vib, green is reverb, blue is boost, and orange is fuzz.
I can send you the schematic, shoot me an email at djt@chartermi.net
Don
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