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Old 5th June 2008, 04:29 PM   #1
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Question Footswitch Idea for Tube Amp

Hi friends,
I'm in trouble. I will made a pcb for my project
soon but I have some doubts about my footswitch
schematic and I can't test it right now because my
relays didn't arrived from USA yet.

So, please take a look at it and tell me what you think.
I didn't found anything like this to get ideas so, any
info will help me a lot.

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The two top relays controls the channel (have a led indicator
at panel and at foot) and the bottom one controls another
function (led indicator just at foot). They will be supplied by
a second 6V tap in my power transformer.

Thanks a lot for any info, and sorry about poor english.
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