Can You Help Me With A Tremolo Footswitch For Vintage Plexi?

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  1. Naldo

    Naldo New Member

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    I have a vintage Marshall Super Tremolo from 1967-68. Looking for a way to use the tremolo. Would like to buy a footswitch (but I assume this is out of the question), or I would at least like to see a schematic to make one. Thoughts? Suggestions? Thanks!
     
  2. jensvonbustenskjol

    jensvonbustenskjol Active Member

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    Hi Naldo

    I'm not 100% familiar with the super tremolo but it has several inputs? High /low, and the same with tremolo? So 4 in total?

    What about an A/B box (or a/b/c/d of you use all four) solution on these inputs? If you make one yourself it's roughly $10 for parts.

    It's allways possible modding the amp, but the value of the amp can drop

    Cheers
     
  3. neikeel

    neikeel Well-Known Member

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    Without wishing to be pissy (ok - I am) please stop multiple same title threads in different sections
    Mods should move merge?
     
  4. ampmadscientist

    ampmadscientist Well-Known Member

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    On the wrong side of the tracks.
    I already showed you the foot switch and the schematic.
    I asked you to get the model number from the chassis tag....without that model number you have no certain identification.
    You already know where to get a foot switch...
     
  5. neikeel

    neikeel Well-Known Member

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    Take a peek at my reply;)
     

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