question: i've been tinkering with my old Boss NS2 Noise Suppressor. i'm thinking of putting it permanently on my pedalboard, underneath the "top floor", so it wouldn't use space that i could use for other stompboxes. the idea is leaving it on permanently with a minimal threshold setting, so i would keep sustain but when the strings are muted, single-coil hum would be cancelled with clean sound and certainly when using a lot of gain (which amplifies the hum).
i've noticed however that when i disconnect en reconnect the power, the switch is always in the "off" position (unlike a 3dpt that keeps it position). not very handy when the pedal is underneath a platform.
is it possible to make the switch left on or to bypass the switch? I know too little (nothing actually) about how switches work in boss- (and similar) pedals. i've tried to connect the "input/signal" on the switch with the ground but that didn't work (i guess it gets turned on/off by a burst of current?)