Footswitch Box - for Marshall, Two Button, LED
Replacement Footswitch for Marshall Amps. Two Button. Light-Up LED. ¼" Plug. Generic version of Marshall PED802 (P-H875)
Compatible with: Valvestate VS100R and others
Note: LED must receive power externally from the amp (i.e. no battery inside).
|Item Height||44 mm|
|Item Length||118.50 mm|
|Item Width||134 mm|
|Packaging Dimensions||6.5 in. × 5.8 in. × 2.5 in.|
|Weight (Packaging)||1.749 lbs.|
|Battery Modification||All Models|
|Functional Diagram||All Models|
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3 answers The LED lights do not function with the amp I'm using this switch with. What can I do?
Asked by Anonymous on December 1st, 2015.
Be advised that the amp you are using the foot switch with must provide the external power for the footswitch or the LED lights will not function.
The pedal should work with the Marshall DSL 410C. Be advised that the LED's must be powered by the amplifier.
1 answers How long is the cable on this foot switch?
Asked by Anonymous on February 24th, 2016.
1 answers Will this work with the Marshall DSL100H amp?
Asked by Anonymous on April 27th, 2017.
1 answers Will this work with marshall jcm900 4500 50w head?
Asked by Anonymous on June 6th, 2017.
1 answers Is the cable hardwired or does the casing have a trs jack?
Asked by Anonymous on June 8th, 2017.
1 answers Will the battery mod be needed on a JCM900 4100 100 watt head? The channel part works but the reverb switch doesn't do anything. Both lights are on but dim. I am guessing the battery mod is required.
Asked by Anonymous on September 7th, 2017.
Most likely you will need to do the battery mod since the JCM 900 is not designed to power the LED's in this switch.
1 answers Which models need a separate battery and which ones don't? Electronic parts store customer tried doing it himself and it didn't work. He used bi-colour LEDs. Would that be a problem if the amp powers the lights?
Asked by Anonymous on September 18th, 2017.
The LED's need power either from the amp or from a battery. We have no way of knowing all the models that provide power to the LED's in this footswitch. You will want to review the manual for your amp or contact Marshall. We are unsure why this particular footswitch is not working.
1 answers Will this also work with my Valvestate 80V 8080?
Asked by Anonymous on November 16th, 2017.
1 answers Does it work with a Marshall Valvestate VS102R?
Asked by Anonymous on May 20th, 2018.
1 answers If necessary, could I flip the switches and LED so the function that was originally controlled by clicking on the left side is now controlled by clicking on the right side and vice versa? I guess the only reason that might NOT be possible is if there is a little circuit board in there rather than point-to-point wiring. Also, my amp provides 5v 10mA - is that enough for the LED please?
Asked by Anonymous on June 12th, 2018.
It may be possible but is something we can not recommend and you would be doing so at your discretion.
1 answers Will this work with a Marshall as50d amp?
Asked by Anonymous on July 25th, 2018.
This footswitch is the generic version of the M-PEDL-91003 and that is the correct footswitch for the amp in question. This footswitch should be the correct one for your amp.
1 answers Is it compatible with the MG100HDFX?
Asked by Anonymous on November 4th, 2018.
This is the generic version of the PED802, and should most likely work with your amp. Note that the LED lights on this footswitch require power from the amp, as there is no internal battery in this footswitch.
1 answers Will the Footswitch - for Marshall, Two Button LED work with a Gibson GA-20RVT AMP?
Asked by Anonymous on February 21st, 2020.
1 answers Is this pedal compatible with the MARSHALL MG SERIES 50 DFX AMP? Thanks! Michael
Asked by Anonymous on May 14th, 2020.
We are unable to confirm compatibility with that amp, but the original footswtich that was included with that amp did not have LEDs. This footswitch's basic functions may work with the amp in question, but the LED function will most likely not work.
Works great lights up