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Old 10-05-2012, 06:01 AM   #1
maisey ferret
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Pedalboard Power Supply

Okay, so I'm getting tired of having to constantly removed patch leads before/after gigs as to not drain the 9V batteries. I think its time to invest in a multi-power supply for my board!

http://t.co/1HLHR96A

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Korg Pitch Black (Tuner)
Dr. Tone Analog Chorus
EHX Wiggler (Trem/Vib)
Dr. Tone Analog Delay
Voodoo Labs Sparkle Drive
EHX Freeze

As you can see, I can run all my pedals on 9V except the EHX Wiggler which has its own bulkly/annoying power supply. Not knowing much about multi power units, from what I gather as with all music gear its better to pay a little more and get something which will last longer.

Ideally my budget is around 100, so, any recommendations?
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Old 10-05-2012, 06:35 AM   #2
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Save up for a Cioks DC10, Fuel Tank Classic or a Voodoo Labs PP2+. The ones listed in your budget are glorified daisy chains.
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