#1
hey Im having a lot of extra/unwanted noise added to my tone.
heres how it works.
Guitar-->Vox v847 wah-->Boss me50(used for OD/comp/NS/delay/Mods/volume)-->Amp

and i also have a boss ch-1 going into the effects loop on my amp(valvestate 8080) To power the pedals i have a Universal Adapter which is connected to a 5-way daisy chain. and even with the threshold turned right up on the NS on my me50 i get a lot of noise. A little bit of the noise is lost when i disconnect the Chorus from the effects loop but there is still noise there.
why is this
and how can i fix it?
thanks in advance
#2
Quote by nightraven
the noise is ironically coming from the NS i bet you.

hows that work?
cause when i turn the NS off there is still noise.
is it due to the me50 being digital
cause i was thinking of selling it and buying all the individual pedals?
or
is it the power supply
i see alot of people using them power brick's or w.e are they better??
#3
Quote by the envy
hows that work?
cause when i turn the NS off there is still noise.
is it due to the me50 being digital
cause i was thinking of selling it and buying all the individual pedals?
or
is it the power supply
i see alot of people using them power brick's or w.e are they better??

First, try using batteries in all your pedals. If the noise goes away, it was the power supply, if not, it's something else. Might have a ground loop if you're powering things in the loop and in front of the amp with the same adapter. What guitar and amp are you using as well? Take pedals out of the chain and see which one is making all the noise.
#4
Quote by nightraven
boss stuff, especially their buffers, are pretty low quality. i doubt it's a power supply issue to be honest. that is unless you're using a really cheap one. you tried running just the ME-50 in the signal chain without daisy chaining anything?

yes ive just tried it.
sounds almost perfect.
what does tha mean?
#5
Quote by nightraven
use a separate adaptor for the boss me-50

should i just get one of them Power brick thingy's?