#1
All in the title

Thanks
Mark Tremonti: I have my own mixer on stage so I can alter my volmes while on stage

Myles Kennedy: And why's that Mark?

Mark Tremonti:....I have trust issues with the sound guy



Selling a Marshall DSL401!
Last edited by Tokai09 at Aug 3, 2011,
#2
First you need to find out how the footswitch on the MG works. Latching, non-latching, proprietary, ec.

Then you find out how the footswitch on the DSL works. Latching or no, etc.

Some amps don't require a proprietary footswitch in which case most other footswithes will work as long as they are the right type. Boss and Vox make footswitches for example.

Another thing to do is to take your footswitch to a place that sells MG's and try it.
#3
I don't think it will.

My friend has an MG ( don't judge me, I tried to talk him out of it) and, IIRC, the MG's footswitch was way different from my TSL's footswitch.
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#5
Quote by ethan_hanus
Wait, why are you selling your DSL401? And why are you trying to get the DSL's foot switch to work with a MG? That's like...blasphemy.


Otherwise, what 311 said.


No, my friend needs footswitch and he wanted to know if it can work through his MG
Mark Tremonti: I have my own mixer on stage so I can alter my volmes while on stage

Myles Kennedy: And why's that Mark?

Mark Tremonti:....I have trust issues with the sound guy



Selling a Marshall DSL401!