Author Topic: Princeton Reverb Footswitch Help  (Read 1609 times)

Jiverson

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Princeton Reverb Footswitch Help
« on: April 17, 2013, 06:44:52 PM »
Hey dudes and lady dudes:

I have (what I hope) is an easy one for you guys. I need a new footswitch for my Princeton Reverb. Original one has a mind of its own sometimes. So after completing a couple Madbean pedals, I thought "Oh, I'll just make myself a nice one with a detachable cable and LEDs and it'll be a breeze..."

Problem is, I can't find a good diagram that fits my needs anywhere. Googled for over an hour and so I thought I'd turn to the experts.

I have:
2 3PDT switches left over and thought I could just use those instead of ordering more stuff (even though it's probably excessive for this.)
2 LEDs
1 stereo jack
2 resistors (4.7k, again, leftovers)
 battery snap

Possible with what I have on hand??

If anybody can sketch this diagram up quick, it would be much appreciated. And, if it helps in your decision to help out at all...It's my birthday. ::)

Sorry this isn't Madbean product specific, but I assume this will be a great little project for beginner's like myself and would be good to document. Thanks for reading.
-Josh