#1
Heyyy, I just bought a Hughes and Ketter 20th Edition, and I hate bending over to turn it from Clean to OD and what not, so I was hoping someone could recommend me a footswitch for it. I don't really know much about them, or I would have just found one myself. Thanks.
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#2
I can only tell you my experience of footswitches.

My practice amp didn't come with a footswitch (Vox AD15VT), so I just plugged in my old marshall footswitch and it works fine, doesn't seem to be harming the amp in any way.

I think you just need to buy a footswitch that has all of the dedicated options you need (channel switching, amp effects, etc).

Although, I could be wrong so don't take my word for it. Just saying how it was for me
#3
http://www.hughes-and-kettner.com/products.php?mode=prod&id=93

Do you mean this? If so I looked at the image of the back panel and I really don't think it has a footswitch unfortunately. You should try putting it on OD and using the volume knob on your guitar to manipulate the amount of gain you have. Turn it down for less gain and back up for more.
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#4
Yeahh, it's that one. And where the footswitch goes is on the top panel where the knobs are.
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Yamaha FGX720SCA
#5
Quote by I Be Andyy
Yeahh, it's that one. And where the footswitch goes is on the top panel where the knobs are.


I see.

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Hughes-Kettner-FS1-Footswitch-for-Vortex-Metroverb-and-Club-Reverb?sku=480454

That should do the job.
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