#1
So I have an a/b/y pedal that will only run off of a battery. I would really like to have it run off a power supply. I have a 9v dc jack from some old computer speakers how would I go about hooking it up? Can I simply connect the leads and be done with it or do I need to introduce a diode and capacitor or something? Its going to be powered with a BBE SupaCharger.
#2
You can get an adapter that clips on to the battery clip and the other side is for a 9v wall plug. I did this with my dunlop fuzz face which only runs on batteries. It was 5 dollars. I think it's made by Onespot.
Last edited by BlueFirus at Aug 26, 2009,
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Quote by BlueFirus
You can get an adapter that clips on to the battery clip and the other side is for a 9v wall plug. I did this with my dunlop fuzz face which only runs on batteries. It was 5 dollars. I think it's made by Onespot.


This probably the easiest way for you to do this.
Although you could still add a jack in addition to your battery clip if your feeling daring.
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#4
first off, don't expect to rely on the daisy chaining. The multi-link cable that attaches to the main power source is a very flimsy connection--a slight pull of your foot will dislodge the connection. Also, the prongs on the power source itself tend to slip out of power outlets. It does have a good use, though. I run the main cable into a Boss TU-2 pedal, and then I use a Boss daisy chaining cable to supply my other pedals. Some of the adapter cable supplied are also good, as they also work with the Boss daisy chaining cable.
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The Sustain + Parametric EQ is one of the true holy grails of vintage
effects pedals. From subtle compression to extreme sustaining effects
at the tweak of a knob. This sustainer will prolong life of even your
weakest tone otherwise destined for premature death. The compressor
gives you studio quality in a pedal. Crank it to the extreme and it’ll give
your sound a special percussive “thud” effect, brilliant for funk or
country. And with the parametric EQ you’re in full control of which
frequencies to target for boost or attenuation.
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Quote by kanaga123
The Sustain + Parametric EQ is one of the true holy grails of vintage
effects pedals. From subtle compression to extreme sustaining effects
at the tweak of a knob. This sustainer will prolong life of even your
weakest tone otherwise destined for premature death. The compressor
gives you studio quality in a pedal. Crank it to the extreme and it’ll give
your sound a special percussive “thud” effect, brilliant for funk or
country. And with the parametric EQ you’re in full control of which
frequencies to target for boost or attenuation.
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lolwut?

been reported already, so no use.

Anway, just use the aforementioned adapter if thats what you're trying to achieve
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