#2
Look on your pedal near the power supply jack. It should say something like 12VAC or 9VAC or 12VDC or whatever. Find the power supply that matches it.
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#3
Quote by Metallica
Look on your pedal near the power supply jack. It should say something like 12VAC or 9VAC or 12VDC or whatever. Find the power supply that matches it.


this. digitech is pretty good on providing sufficient power supply info
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#4
The Hardwire is 9V DC. Will it work?
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#5
No. If you plug that one in, it would blow your pedal. I don't even think it would plug in, it may be a slightly different size. Go to any music store that sells pedals and ask for a 9VDC power supply.
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#6
Quote by Metallica
No. If you plug that one in, it would blow your pedal. I don't even think it would plug in, it may be a slightly different size. Go to any music store that sells pedals and ask for a 9VDC power supply.


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#7
Thanks for your help.
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He will be missed.