#1
So i have at the moment, Boss TU-2 Boss ODB3, Boss CEB3 and Boss SYB5.

I only have two power supplies. I got a daisy chaining lead that connects to the TU.

It says in the TU though, that it can't take more than 200 milliamps. So if i chain the other three pedals through the TU, wht are the odds of it going over 200 milliamps if i have them all on, turned up full at the same time.

Also, if it goes past 200 milliamps, what happens. Does it just cut out, or does it fry?
#2
Whats the amperage of the power supply?
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#4
9V/200milliamps from what i can tell. Its the regualr Boss PSA adaptor like. Im guessing that if the supply only gives 200 milliamps then i should be okay yes?
#5
The safe bet would be to go get a One Spot adapter, but you should be alright with that as long as you don't use the synth and distortion at the same time.
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#6
weel aym i have two PSAs and 4pedals, so im running the TU and chaininf the overdrives and chorus. and im using the other PSA for the synth. So i guess im safe?
#8
ah good



Im also thinking of getting a delay or phase shifter as my next pedal. Anyone have experience of them with bass, specifically the boss ones?