Fender Footswitches - Contemporary - 1 Button Channel Select
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Works as advertised Apr 05, 2011
By Samuel Mattern
Wish it was less expensive. Nice metal box with plastic sides. Much better than the piece of crap Hosa pedal it's replacing. Bought my Princeton 112 from someone and never had the pedal. Now I do!
Won't work as FAT switch Feb 20, 2013
I bought this hoping it would function as an LED footswitch for the FAT boost on my Fender Blues Junior III. No dice. I know, I know - it's advertised as a channel switch, but I assumed it would toggle FAT on and off too. It does work fine on my old practice Fender Champion 30 as an LED channel switch between clean and gain, and it's built very sturdy (newest version doesn't look like the picture above anymore) so at least I can use it with that amp. I know I can get the Fender one-button footswitch designed to activate FAT on the Blues Junior, but I really want one with a light and it doesn't appear that Fender makes one. The Marshall Footswitch One-Button with LED works on the Mustang I but not on the Blues Junior III. Read my review on the Boss latched unit - that one does the job for BJ3.
DON'T ORDER FROM MUSIC 123!!! Nov 28, 2012
By Patrick Erhard
I ordered this a few months ago and was excited to try it out. It actually arrived late, on the day that I had a show. I thought, "Meh, I'll bring it and try it out". It didn't work at all. I put it in my car after the show and thought that I'd just try it on other amps because maybe the input on my amp was a little off. Fun Fact: it didn't work on any amp (I tried it on my two Fender amps and several other brands my friends have). I contacted the seller about returning it and they said that they would not accept it. They will not be getting any of my business anymore.
Works with Frontman 25R Mar 05, 2012
By Alexander V. Ramos
A bit pricey, but better built than the $20 one. If it breaks, it's easy to fix. Just unscrew the sides, replace/solder the switch, then screw back together. If the cord breaks, just buy a new one. For the $, it should last for years.