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Earz4Beerz

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Always On (Eliminating footswitch) Tonal Recall
« on: July 17, 2018, 05:39:13 PM »
Hi Folks,

Switches am I right?
They always confuse me.

Making a Tonal Recall right now for someone who uses it as an always on effect.
Im eliminating the switch in an effort to save a little space.

What I don't understand is on the PCB S1 what the the second negative pad?
Can I just jump S1 positive to S2 positive and S1 negative to S2 negative... but what the heck do I do with the second S1 negative?

Am I opening a can of worms here?

Thanks in advance
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Re: Always On (Eliminating footswitch) Tonal Recall
« Reply #1 on: July 17, 2018, 07:26:57 PM »
Not really sure what you mean by "negative" and "positive" pads, but if you want to eliminate the switch simply jumper S1_1 and S1_2 together. You can also omit R61, LED and S2!
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