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That's an SPST switch, meaning it has two terminals which it either connects or disconnects. It looks like it has a separate connection for the light and for the switched signal. If that's the case, then it will work fine as a kill switch but you will need a battery in your guitar to make it light up. 12V applications may mean you need 12V on the led terminals for it to light up, or it may just mean that the switch is not rated for high voltages (if this second is the case, you would need a current limiting resistor in series with the battery and light terminals on the switch). Either way it would work fine as a kill switch.

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That's an SPST switch, meaning it has two terminals which it either connects or disconnects. It looks like it has a separate connection for the light and for the switched signal. If that's the case, then it will work fine as a kill switch but you will need around 12V worth of battery in the guitar or it won't light up.

Thought so, im still looking thru what the seller has to see if they do a 9v version or it may just be easier to make my own using L.E.D's.

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