#1
Anyone know where I can get a suitable footswitch for the LP Ultra II? I mean the one that allows you to switch from the piezo-acoustic pickup to the electric.
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#2
why does a guitar need a footswitch????????
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#3
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why does a guitar need a footswitch????????

I'm guessing to switch from piezo to humbuckers.

I don't think one exists, unless you can get an a/b pedal put have two inputs (from the two inputs on the guitar, and switch them into a single out to an amp.

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it'd be a custom job and fairly complex, i wouldnt bother tbh, just hit the switch on the guitar
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it'd be a custom job and fairly complex, i wouldnt bother tbh, just hit the switch on the guitar


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Why would you want a footswitch anyways? It would drag along the ground and trip you when you play.
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I'm guessing to switch from piezo to humbuckers.

I don't think one exists, unless you can get an a/b pedal put have two inputs (from the two inputs on the guitar, and switch them into a single out to an amp.


I think this is the way to go.

OR

Maybe there's some way you can A/B the two lines from a stereo cable? I know that guitar has a stereo out option to split the piezo and magnetic. Shouldn't be that complicated if you have electronics chops, which I don't, so this is purely theoretical.
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#8
Yes they do exist. It is a simple A/B switch. With the Ultra, it has two outputs so you can use the switch to go between the Humbuckers and the Nano Mag. You simply run a cable from each output to the switch and then you can switch back and forth. Other wise you switch between the buckers and the Nano using the Volume. I found some the other day.

This is the one I would recomend.....it is the same one that Paul from Guitar World used during the Review.

http://www.samedaymusic.com/product--WHRSELECTOR


Here are som others though. Just make sure that it can switch between inputs, and it helps if it can combind both inputs as well.

http://www.zzounds.com/cat--2604