#1
Okay, I've seen cables like this:

And I wanted to ask, what does the other end get plugged to? What is it being powered off of? I know it's so you don't have to use a battery, but does it hook into an adapter, like this, or what?
#3
You already put this, did it get deleted or something because it wouldn't let me see it after if posted. Anyway, all of the same jack go into a hole in the pedal and the last one that looks different goes into the adapter.
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#4
Yes, it's a power supply for pedals. I only have one pedal at the moment (I will picking another one up shortly), and bought that adapter at GC over the weekend. I asked if other pedals could be connected as well, and the fella told me yes, if you use that cable that you linked too.

They also sell a power adapter that already has the daisy chain on it as well.
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#5
BUT. the adapter you found only goes to one pedal i believe.
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#6
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BUT. the adapter you found only goes to one pedal i believe.


I'm still new to this, but I believe that you can connect the daisy chain to that adapter to power more than one pedal...without adding the chain, yes, it will only power one.
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#7
Quote by guitarmaniac88
BUT. the adapter you found only goes to one pedal i believe.

It says that it can power more. I think it the 9V is just that it's saying it will put only that to each pedal, so people don't worry about frying them.
#8
Anyone know if this would work with the Korg Pitchblack Tuner Pedal? I know it has a power output on it, so would I be able to plug that cable into it, then the rest of my pedals?
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#9
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Anyone know if this would work with the Korg Pitchblack Tuner Pedal? I know it has a power output on it, so would I be able to plug that cable into it, then the rest of my pedals?

I don't see any reason it wouldn't.