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This may seem crazy. But it works for me. You just have to click on several images and then work through them. You will find what you are looking for.
that is too click to google search and click on images. then type in your request. It helps if you know the model number of your prs se.
Look in your manual under "transpose". The transpose feature shifts the keys up or down often up to a full octave. This allows you to play in ANY music "key" you know and generate sound in a different one for say a vocalist who only sings in another...
I can't solve the problem, but just wanted to sympathize because I have the same problem. My pedal is broken on my Yamaha Clavinova cvp85a. It worked wonderfully for years but finally it broke. I'd be in the market for buying a new pedal or fixing the old one. But I've not found any suggestions in any of these forums for either solution.
Santana's had quite a few guitars, take your pick:
1972 - Gibson Les Paul / Gibson SG Special with Humbuckers / Gibson L-6S
1975 - Gibson SG Special with P90 pickup (Woodstock Festival)
1976 - Yamaha SG 175B / Gibson SG Special with 3 Open Coils
1982 - Paul Reed Smith (PRS) Custom
1988 - PRS Santana II with PRS Santana III nickel-plated pickups and .009-.042 D'Addario strings