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Hi, i have a question regarding footswitches....
First i'll start off by saying that i know absolutely nothing about footswitches, but i'm looking into purchasing an acoustic guitar amp http://guitars.musiciansfriend.com/product/Kustom-Sienna-30-30w-1x10-Acoustic-Guitar-Combo-Amp?sku=480788. And after looking around and researching a bit i found a reverb and chorus footswitch http://cgi.ebay.com/Kustom-FS200-Reverb-and-Chorus-Footswitch-for-Sienna-30_W0QQitemZ270369372344QQcmdZViewItemQQptZLH_DefaultDomain_0?hash=item3ef34538b8&_trksid=p3286.m20.l1116 for this amp model. Now looking at the amp i saw no specific input for a footswitch and what i'm wondering is do amps need a special input for footswitches or can they be plugged into any secondary input (eg. in this case, the mic/line input) ?? And could somebody please explain how footswitches work.....I hope i don't come across as a complete idiot but, like i said i know nothing about these things
.....thanks for your time
#2
Look at the picture showing the back of the amp.

It has a drawing diagram of each of the jacks.
They are probably physically located behind that black panel on the back.
Just not shown in the picture.

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#3
Quote by jonmo1
Look at the picture showing the back of the amp.

It has a drawing diagram of each of the jacks.
They are probably physically located behind that black panel on the back.
Just not shown in the picture.



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#5
the jacks are hidden by the panel, there is 2 effects loop jacks, an external speaker jack, and a footswitch jack hidden from view. you will be able to find them when you acquire it.
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