Cube 80X Footswitch

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Each pedal is built to order, the current build time is 1-2 weeks.
£80.00
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£66.67
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This pedal is designed to be used with the Roland Cube 80X amp, it is not compatible with the Cube 80XL, 40XL, 80GX or 40GX, if you require the pedal for the Cube 80XL or 40XL then please click here

The pedal is based on having five of the Boss FS-5Ls (set your amp to latching) and one FS-5U footswitch.  The switches control the amp's EFX, Reverb, Delay/Mute, Channel, Solo and Tap functions.

This pedal achieves it at a fraction of the cost of the Boss footswitches as well as having a smaller footprint.

The front switches are set at a lower height to the back switches in order for them not to interfere with each other.

The pedal comes with two cable options;

No cable - the pedal is made with three stereo sockets to enable you to connect it to your Cube 80X using three stereo 1/4" cables (not supplied)

Detachable cable - the pedal has a detachable 4m or 1m cable with three colour coded stereo 1/4" jacks to connect it to your Cube 80X (+£20.00/+£18.00)

The pedal is totally passive so no power required, however if you would like to power the LEDs you can add a battery to the internal clip or use the Boss style 2.1mm 9v (negative ground) DC socket.

By default, the pedal comes unpainted with a black label, you can have a coloured label for an additional £2.

Examples of our label colours can been seen here.  Please note that if a enclosure colour is not listed then it is not available for this pedal.

The pedal is built with:

  • Aluminium enclosure
  • Neutrik jack sockets (if selected)
  • DPDT heavy duty foot switches
  • Point to point wiring
  • LEDs
  • 2.1mm 9v DC Socket
  • Velcro to stick it to your pedalboard

Enclosure dimensions:

188x118x38mm

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Reviews

  • 5
    Roland Cube 80X footswitch

    Posted by John S. on 30th Aug 2019

    Excellent alternative to Roland's cumbersome effort. Small, neat and works perfectly.