Looking for the Schematics for Fender Power Chorus footswitch

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  1. Voicing 13

    Voicing 13 Tele-Meister Silver Supporter

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    Good morning,

    I was wondering if anyone has the schematics for a Fender Power Chorus Footswitch? I've recently bought one and finding a foot switch at a descent price is proving difficult.

    I bought the amp for 300$CAD, the ones on Ebay go for half that in USD. I've also found a company who makes a replacement for 99$USD. Therefore, building is probably my best option.


    So, if anyone as the schematics or coulc point me right direction where I could find one, that would be grately appreciated.

    Thanks!
     
  2. Voicing 13

    Voicing 13 Tele-Meister Silver Supporter

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    Nobody?

    Oh, well the search continues.

    Thanks anyways! :)
     
  3. Snfoilhat

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    The schematic for the footswitch was inset into the amp schematic. Someone cut them out and pasted this document together. Good luck
    Power Chorus Footswitch 0033265000 (Schematics).png
     

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  4. W.L.Weller

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    This forum blows me away because I see a post and think "oh I have that file saved somewhere" and someone else has already posted it. This is the 3rd or 4th time it's happened.
     
  5. Voicing 13

    Voicing 13 Tele-Meister Silver Supporter

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    Oh THANK YOU Snfoilhat!

    This is fantastic. I am really enjoying the amp and the band I play in is really loud. Being able to access the lead channel and the boost live would be excellent. We've done two gigs and even after sound check I've been told later on that I am not loud enough. I'm sure certain that has to do with the range/register of certain songs...but they are loud. Great band, fun and good but loud.
     
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