#2
depends on what kind of bypass it uses. if it's buffered it probably is a dpdt if it's true bypass it's going to have a tpdt.
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#4
thats dpdt and it's probably a buffered bypass if it has an LED
if you want true bypass you could go without an LED or go with a tpdt
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ESP LTD MH-250
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#5
Quote by shredzilla
depends on what kind of bypass it uses. if it's buffered it probably is a dpdt if it's true bypass it's going to have a tpdt.

Its 3PDT not TPDT...

Both can be used for true bypasss.

If you want an LED with true bypass you need a 3PDT.
#6
triple pole, 3 poles
it means the same thing but when you look for them they will be refered to as 3pdt.
http://www.tonepad.com/getFileInfo.asp?id=76
download that file in the link it will help you with your off board wiring.
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ESP LTD MH-250
Ibanez rg470
Peavey ValveKing 112
Blackheart little giant head
2 homemade 112 cabinets
Boss SD-1
#9
Quote by shredzilla
depends on what kind of bypass it uses. if it's buffered it probably is a dpdt if it's true bypass it's going to have a tpdt.

Buffers don't use typical latching stomp switches. True bypass can be done with either a DPDT or a 3PDT, but with the 3PDT you get an extra pole to switch something like an LED.