#1
Do they even make a footswitch for the fender blues jr.? Im wondering cuz i really like the natural OD but my distortion pedal sounds much better on clean, soooooo cuz im really lazy i want a footswitch thnx (btw im okay with companies other than fender)
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#2
You mean to switch between the normal/fat channels on the amp? Because it doesn't really have two separate channels, the one is just a tiny boost. But yes, there is a footswitch for the 'fat' thing.
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#3
Quote by Sid McCall
You mean to switch between the normal/fat channels on the amp? Because it doesn't really have two separate channels, the one is just a tiny boost. But yes, there is a footswitch for the 'fat' thing.


Sorry for jumping in the thread, but I've been wondering about the footswitch for the fat channel. Where does it go? I haven't bought the footswitch yet, but I've looked all over the amp and haven't seen where it would actually be plugged in.
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Sorry for jumping in the thread, but I've been wondering about the footswitch for the fat channel. Where does it go? I haven't bought the footswitch yet, but I've looked all over the amp and haven't seen where it would actually be plugged in.

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#5
The footswitch for the fat circuit plugs into the back of the amp. You have to take off the "back plate" thingy to get to it. It's near the speaker jack.
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The footswitch for the fat circuit plugs into the back of the amp. You have to take off the "back plate" thingy to get to it. It's near the speaker jack.


You don't have to take off the back, you can reach under it. The switch is useless though considering the BJ sounds much better with the fat switch off.
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You don't have to take off the back, you can reach under it. The switch is useless though considering the BJ sounds much better with the fat switch off.

At low, I mean nearly tv low volume the fat switch helped a little bit, that's about it. Forget using at any real volume though, agreed.
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#8
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that's the wire from the Bjr speaker. it's connected in the back of the amp right next to the hole where the footswitch goes. like said.

i think there's a picture of it in the manual.

also like said, if you get a $10 hosa foot pedal, and plug it in, all it'll do is click the fat switch on and off.

also like said +3, i liked it off almost all the time.
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#9
Im not a big fan of the fat switch either, I like to have relitively high mids and the fat switch just pushes it too far for me. Is it really that hard to walk over and push in a tiny switch, that you'd rather spend $50 (ballparking, but nvm since someone said you can get one for $10) so you dont have to move? lol, just sayin.
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