#1
So I have an RP350, but i've lost the mains adapter. Of course, I could just get another adapter, as they'er usually all the same. Problem is, I know one piece of musical electronics I own has an adapter withn an uncommon polarity, meaning that positive and negative/ground aren't what they normally are. I just don't know if it's this pedal, or something else, and I'd rather not take the chance and blow it up.

It would be really great if someone who has this pedal could check for me. Also, does anyone know the voltage?
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#2
it's just a standard 9.6v adapter
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#3
9.6,eh?

and no reverse polarity?

awesome!
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