#1
Studiologic PS-15 Sustain Pedal. Would this have any effect on my guitar? Is it even compatible?
#2
It's a keyboard footswitch.
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#3
I know what it is, I was just wondering if it's compatible with guitar amps and what effect it might have on the electronics of the amp.
#4
Too many variables.

We would need the switch schematic and the model and/or schematic of the amp in question to answer that.
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#6
All above are correct. It's just a momentary switch that makes a keyboards internal sustain function work. It is not even a good sustain pedal. It's a inexpensive $15-20.00 pedal like you'd get thrown in with an inexpensive keyboard.
#7
As the posts above said, that will only work with a keyboard. If you want a similar effect on
a guitar you should look into something like the Electro Harmonix Freeze pedal
#8
It may work to change channels on your amp if it has a 1/4" footswitch plug for that
#9
I just found it in an old box, no intention of buying something similar for my guitar. If it doesn't work I'll just throw it out lol
#10
Quote by Tempoe
It may work to change channels on your amp if it has a 1/4" footswitch plug for that


Na, it's a momentary footswitch. Need latching for that. Only thing I can think of that it might work with, guitar-oriented, is a delay pedal with an input for a tap tempo. It might work as a tap tempo, but even that, only maybe. Not all momentary switches are equal.