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Hi,I just bought a Roland FS 1 footswitch.I have a Laney AOR 100 tube amp which takes a Laney FS 1 footswitch.I was hoping the Roland would work with my Laney but it doenst.I bought the Roland used as well...


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Scroll down to the link at the page "Get Manual" and click to download. It is a JPG type file.

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