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Old 10th May 2007, 12:17 AM   #1
R_Atkinson is offline R_Atkinson  United States
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Default Fender Footswitch question

I have a Fender Champ 25 SE from the nineties. The footswitch for it is 2 button channel and reverb, but incredibly hard to find. Can I simply purchase the fender Princeton footswitch (It also switches channels and reverb) or will I have to build my own?
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