As far as I can see there is nothing that will work that is commercially available for the purpose that I need. Therefore, through desperation I have figured out a way to do it by building something that’s customized and homemade and it will cost me about five dollars. By using a DPDT momentary contact foot switch I will be able to momentarily switch to acoustic guitar mode at the drop of a hat. I might have to use some capacitors to avoid looking for switching noise but it will fine.I will have to build it first.
Although it’s a very simple thing I need to do it’s a very rare situation. I need to switch by alternately grounding out to different audio signals from a split stereo feed.
Anyway this will work as long as there isn’t a big “KA-BOOM!”every time I switch between guitar sounds. I will know for sure in week or so when I get the switch I just ordered on eBay.
This is basically what I plan on doing (wiring wise) which is exactly what is going on inside my Nitefly guitar.