I use the programmable footswitch with my CODE 100H. Has anyone experimented with a second footswitch to add another 30 patches? Is it possible to use 2 foot switches with an a/b box, or manually switch controller cable outputs, in this manner? Can you hear me Mr. Marshall?
I own a code 100h with the footswitch and I love this rig. I play through a 4x12 Celestion cab with gold standard vintage g12-75’s. It took a little bit of time to really become comfortable with the app and head interface, but it’s like riding a bike now. Thank you for this technology, Marshall, please don’t stop supporting us Kvlt CODE players!
Can I make a suggestion that you could profit from and would add to our Marshall experience and branding? Why not create virtual pedals and accessories that can be purchased and downloaded onto our CODE rigs?
For example why not be able to purchase “extra slots” and effects so we can run a wah and distortion pedal or run 2 delay pedals at once? I’m sure there are other itches that players could scratch this way? Maybe even add outside name brand pedals? You know, like that fluorescent green scream thing?
Like I said, I love this rig, and it’s portability. If could ditch the separate wah and boost pedal I carry as part of my signal, I’d happily give you my money!
Hello, I got a code head and also the programable foot controller that I havent connected yet. My question is about the 30 programable presets. does this mean I can have total 130 presets or 70 factory presets and 30 custom presets.
i have a code 50 amp and i have a boss footcontroller Fc200. Is it possible to used this as the footcontroller instead of buying an new one? Already i have almost more pedals than there is room on the stage 😀
I just recently bought a used Marshall DSL 40CR. It didn’t come with a footswitch. I wanted to know if there are compatible 1 button or 2 button foot switches other than the PEDL-90012 to change the channel. I know there are plenty of footswitches for the older DSL amps. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Hello, excuse my english.
I just bought a new dsl40cr and i'm very happy but i am experiencing the known problems that this amplifier present when change the channel through the footswitch along with having the FXLoop ON.
In several forums like marshallforum.com there are quite a few people who have found the same fault, which leads to me think that is not a random failure in some amps but something more like a manufacturing defect. Some people have already contacte with the Marshall staff so i understand that Marshall is aware of the problem. The question is whether they are going to appeal to these units so that the authorized technical service of each country solves the problem (it seems that replacing a chip) or we Will have to be the users that we have to take charge of the management of this defect. (still under warranty)
Thank you very much and Best regards!
I've had a PEDL-91016 footswitch on backorder since August. Can someone provide me the schematic to switch the master volumes? That's all I really want from the switch anyhow.
I'm to the point where this feature was the only reason I bought the amp, and I've not been able to get the footswitch to use it. I do love the tone, but I'm kinda done waiting on it now that I hear it'll be April. This is really my first Marshall purchase, I'm not sure I'll purchase a new product again at this point.
Totally lost with all the footswitch 🤪
I can’t find a pdl-90012 in Canada, can I use thé pdl-91003 with my dsl5cr ?
I have a Marshall DSL 100-watt head purchased in 2016 (so not the newest version), whose channel switching and onboard reverb I would like to operate with a Fractal Audio FX8's relay function. The manual for the FX8 clearly states that its relay function is only to be used on amps with "short-to-sleeve" switching. My questions are, is the Marshall DSL100 head built with short-to-sleeve channel switching? And also, do the channel switching and reverb on/off functions on the amp behave in a latching manner (i.e. the effect remains on as long as the switch is engaged) or an auto-off manner (i.e. the effect is triggered by a momentary connection)?
can you tell me please if footswitch models here below described can be used for Marshall DSL40C ?
I'm going to buy a second hand Marshall DSL40C without footswitch. I realized that it is not too easy to find on the market an original footswitch (PEDL-00009). could you please tell me a list of compatible footswitch which can replace PEDL-00009 in case I don't find it?
Hi there. I am not a native but I hope you'll be able to get me right.I have been using Dsl 15c for about 2 years and all of a sudden the amp stoped producing any sound. All controls freeze, footswitch is non responsive. Led’s and tubes are still lit. No pedals in line. I turn power switch off then on and hear sound like a relay click in the background and then sound immediately cuts out. My tech told me the problem is 99% in the microcontroller AT2313 because inside all fuses are still intact. He was able to read the code and fix errors that cut the sound out. However, it did not help because some of microcontroller ports were damaged(most likely it was a factory defect). Is it possible to re-record the code to new microcontroller or maybe there are some other options to consider?
I have a DSL100H, and would like to replace the footswitch with one that has LED's so I can tell what setting I am on with my back to the amp. Can I use a standard externally powered 2 button switch with a TRS cable?
I bought the footswitch and the Marshall Code 50 a few months ago. Both working fine until doing a gig last evening, I hooked up my footswitch to the code 50 with the lead that came with it. No lights showed up, but the amp working fine I tried changing with a different lead, and the footswitch still no lights. The footswitch won’t work. Anyone out there has a similar issue please. Any suggestion please? Thanks in advance
Is there any reason why the PEDL 91016 footswitch is only available at one location and that location is in the UK? Is the footswitch available anywhere in the U.S. or will it be?
Hey Marshall Forum!
About a year ago I bought my first ever Marshall amplifier; the Silver Jubilee 100W head (with 4x12 cab).
Since I use it mostly at home, I haven't cranked the volume all that much. But when I do, I notice a loud humming noise.
Today I turned the amp on, without having the guitar cable attached to it, cranked up the Master volume (with 0 gain!) and it hummed like crazy.
What could be the source of the humming?? And more importantly, how can I get rid of this awful humming?
The only cables that were attached were the footswitch, FX in/out and the power cable.
I'm trying to figure out how to use tap tempo on the footswitch with my marshall CODE amp.
As I understand it, I should be able to "stomp" in the tempo of my delay via the footswitch.
I have no idea how to do this though.
I'm about to buy DSL20CR, I'd like to verify that my Line6 helix can switch channels and enable / disable fx loop of that amp.
In Helix manual is said: "IMPORTANT! Connect EXT AMP 1/2 only to amplifiers that utilize "short-to-sleeve" footswitch inputs. Connecting to any other sort of input could cause permanent damage to both your amp and Helix! If you're not sure if your amp has short-to-sleeve inputs, contact the manufacturer."
Is this ok with DSL20CR?
I broke out my old mg 30dfx and bought the PEDL-90008 for it but nothing happens when I plug it in. Is that the correct footswitch for my amp?
Does the programmable footswitch have tap delay capabilities? If not, how can I achieve that?