My fulltone fulldrive II sounds awesome still, but i can hear it muddying up and getting that dying battery sound with the onespot powering it, which doesn't make any sense to me. When i would power it with 9 volts, it sounded perfectly fine, but now it's almost not worth it to boost it for more than a solo b/c i can just notice it too much. I don't understand why this would be happening and can only assume it's the Onespot's problem.

Has anyone encountered this problem with their Onespots before? I bought the damn thing so i would save money on batteries, and now it appears that running on batteries will save my sound.

* i DO plug the onespot straight into the pedal, without connecting the 8 piece adapter (seeing as it's the only pedal i use right now), so could that be the problem? wouldn't make sense to me if it were, really.

thanks for any advice guys
My MAIN Gear
"They call him the 'Sand Spider.' -Why? -Probably because it sounds scary"
*Agile AL3000 Les Paul w/ Alnico IIs
*Randall RM50
*Dunlop CFH
*fellow LEO feel free to give a shout out
didnt read the post thouroughly, but maybe the battery is dying?
Quote by extrememetal94
I really hope I have a small penis.
Dude it might by the onespot. I have one with an adapter for five pedals and it sounds perfect when i only use one. Mine came with a list of pedals that it's compatible with. Your pedal might not be one on that list. However if it's on the list, I would return it and get another one. Good luck.
Quote by soccerguy6494
didnt read the post thouroughly, but maybe the battery is dying?

Seriously, Onespots are really cheaply made; maybe look into a more costly (but perhaps better) power center. I used to have a one spot, but it crapped out on me, so I use Duracells now.
Are you only using the Fulldrive on the 1 Spot?

My 1 Spot powers 4, sometimes 5 pedals at once with no problems, but you might have a lemon.