It appears i have one of the rarer compact 80's effects on the planet.
There may have been an overseas version of this same effect, called ROzZ.
is a pcb tact type, with a long spring (slid over a square style switch top) going to a tab on the underside of the footswitch. (the pcb tact makes a clicking sound when switched. not ambiently silent- but called a noiseless solid state switch.) Is this the same switch I wonder in any other 80's 'soft switch' boxes (can't recall any clicking)?
approx 9/16" sq x 1/4" tall. and has four prongs visible topside... but appears to have two offset tabs on either end beneath-(I have not unsoldered it), and there are "pinning tabs (one small one larger) that seat into the pcb.
is this a spst? without unsoldering it- wondering what the 2 offset solders are...no traces from either., and cant see them from topside of the switch installed.