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  • Euphonon_John
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    Just for reference here are the parts needed for a tap switch;

    https://www.amplifiedparts.com/produ...ry-solder-lugs
    https://www.amplifiedparts.com/produ...99-x-199-x-106
    https://www.amplifiedparts.com/produ...o-open-circuit


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  • Caleb_Elling
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    Haha. I completely understand. I've made my share of DIY pedals and switches. It's just fun!

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  • Euphonon_John
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    Hey Caleb, thanks for the clarification on the tap switch wiring. I’ve looked at the MXR but will make one as I have a mini die cast project box and only need a SPST NO momentary switch. If I added the cost of my labor the MXR is certainly a better deal

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  • Caleb_Elling
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    Hey John,
    Yep, it's TS, normally open, and momentary. So it should work with almost any external tap switch out there. I'm partial to the MXR due to its compact size.

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  • Euphonon_John
    started a topic Tap input jack wiring

    Tap input jack wiring

    Is the Session Delay tap input jack wired for tip-sleeve wired to a normally open, momentary contact foot switch?
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