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I built something similar, I used Tri-PST switch for mine and used the third "switch" for a separate circuit with led and battery.
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#3
IF they make 9volt LEDs you can just chuck it in parallel, or if not you could use a capacitor or whatever (I forgot all the names for stuff D=)
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#4
Quote by Skywalker007
I built something similar, I used Tri-PST switch for mine and used the third "switch" for a separate circuit with led and battery.


Alright.
Thanks, i'll give it a try
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Quote by Little_Buster
Say i was gonna build something like this.
http://www.beavisaudio.com/projects/StutterPedal/index.htm
and i wanted to add a LED.
How would i go about doing this?


uhhm... why would you want to add an led to it? it's a passive circuit with a momentary switch in it. the led would essential serve absolutely zero purpose whatsoever, unless you intend to completely over complicate it.