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PostPosted: Thu Sep 17, 2009 11:41 pm 
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Mark II

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Hi, all

I'm about to transition to a TC Electronics G-System to run my whole rig, and i want to use the onboard relays to change channels and engage the Contour mode on my F-30. Is there a schematic somewhere that will show me how to take a DIN5 plug and split it off into a pair of TRS plugs to allow the G-System's relays to do channel and contour switching? (Not interested in switching the reverb, since i'll be using the digital reverbs in the G-System.)

Also, are the switches in the footswitch toggle switches or momentary switches?

Thanks for any help!

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PostPosted: Wed Oct 14, 2009 12:40 pm 
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Mark II

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I got a schematic from Mesa/Boogie (thanks, Kris!), and was able to successfully wire up a cable.

I only use the Channel and Contour switching, as i'm using the G-System for reverb... the amp's reverb is never used.

Here's a schematic i made, should anyone else need it:

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Thiele 1x12 (EVM-12L)
Thiele 1x12 (C90)
TC Electronics G-System, Modded Ibanez TS7, BOSS FZ-5, ISP Decimator


http://www.organical.net


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 13, 2014 5:26 am 
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Bottle Rocket

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I've lost my F-30 footswitch cable and would like to know if I buy a normal 5 pin (male/male) DIN cable, will it work?
Or are the pin's in standard cable differently connected?


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