For about $10 in materials cost, or less if you find cheaper suppliers or re-use stuff you might already have lying around, you can build your own 2 way switch that can be used with the KPA, or other gear that uses this sort of switch.
Here's what we are building:
I made one recently and thought I'd share the steps - it's really simple. You can use this switch assigning what each button does in the "Pedal" pages of the System menu, such as Browse Rigs (Up and Down), or Looper Start, Looper Stop (without needing to enter Looper mode first), Infinity (Delay), Hold (Delay), etc etc. Very handy I find to supplement the Profiler Remote.
- 2 x momentary stomp switches
- 1 x 1/4" stereo jack
- some thin gauge electrical wire, any colour, around 20cm is all you need
- Soldering iron and some solder
- adjustable wrench (to tighten the nuts on the jacks and switches)
- drill to drill the holes for the jack and switches
1) Drill holes in enclosure
2) Wire up and solder as shown below
- colour of wires doesn't matter
- in my switch, I used blue for the "ground/sleeve" terminal on the jack
- left switch goes to "ring" terminal (purple wire)
- right switch goes to "tip" terminal (other purple wire)
- you can reverse which is which if you want, doesn't matter: In the KPA you can configure which switch does what anyway.
- since NO AUDIO SIGNAL passes through the switch, you don't even have to be too fussy about the quality of your solder connections, in case soldering isn't your thing. Just so long as the connections don't fall apart and don't short out, it should work fine.
And that's it! Really not much to it. Hope this is useful!