Hey guys, So I've explored this before on TB and TGP to no avail. I've got a Nose Double Tap Tempo pedal, basically a single tap switch with two 1/4" outs on it. I'm trying to use it to sync the time on my Digitech Stereo Jamman and Boss DD7. Nose Tap Tempo The whole "normally open" and "normally closed" thing has me a bit puzzled, and here's why: Through much research and thought I've figured out how to make the Jamman read a tap signal from the tap. It required a mono-to-stereo adaptor to get the single tap TS jack on the tap to work with the TRS jack on the Jamman. Now both the DD7 and Jamman are getting a tap signal, but the Jamman is on the push of the switch and the DD7 is on the release. It sucks. I cut an old cheap patch cable laying around and then wired it backwards (i.e. tip-to-sleeve, sleeve-to-tip) thinking that that would "reverse" the polarity and get the Boss to read on the push of the switch. It changed nothing, which I find odd. What's the best way to get both of these pedals to register the push of the tap? If it's a simple rewire of something inside the tap I'd be down to try some DIY work. But if it's a guess, I'd rather not open the bugger as it voids the warrenty. Thanks for all your help! I need it!