• Tesi MICRO 7mm Momentary Push Button Guitar Kill Switch (Select Color)



    Type: Momentary Push Button Switch
    Operation Type: Normally Open (yes, this is correct for instrument kill switch operation. Included instructions show you how to wire it properly!)
    Housing Material: Steel and Plastic
    Mounting Hole Size: 7mm
    Mounting Panel Thickness: 1mm-3mm
    Operation Pressure: about 3n
    Operation Stroke: 2.0 mm
    Contact Resistance: 50 mOhm
    Mechanical Life: 12,000 cycles
    Switch Rating: .5A/250VAC

    What does all this mean?  You're selecting an inexpensive kill switch option that will easily mount to your guitar.  

    The switch is easy to install. If you have the slightest bit of skill with a soldering iron you can do it yourself. If you do not have that skill, you should have a guitar repair person do it.   Because of the small mounting diameter, this will not fit in a standard pot hole so you will have to make a new hole in your guitar or pickguard.

    This package comes with everything:
    (1) Tesi MICRO 7mm Momentary Guitar Kill Switch  
    (1) Tesi Quick-Connect wiring Bundle that includes:
         (1) 6" Black ground wire (attached)
         (1) 6" White hot wire (attached)
    (1) Set of easy-to-follow wiring instructions (on package)

    This switch can be used with active or passive pickups with no additional parts required. Just solder the wires (already attached to the switch) and get ready for action!

    Each Tesi Guitar Kill Switch is guaranteed against defect for one year from the date of sale. Contact us for more details.

    The Tesi Switch Difference:
    No matter where they come from, the MICRO switches are sensitive to heat and can easily fail upon attaching the wires, so we test every switch after soldering it and before packaging it to make sure it has strong continuity. As a result, the failure rate is less than 1%. We package the MICRO switches in a nylon zip bag with a header card that includes wiring instructions.  We are always happy to help with installation questions.

    If something does go wrong, our switches have a 1-Year Guarantee against defect or failure.