#1
I'm going to buy stompboxes but I don't know how much mA they are?
I will buy a:

- Digitech grunge distortion
- Digitech Bad monkey
- Artec Analog delay
- danelectro Fish and chips

I was thinking of buying such a thing and then plug a normal 9V adapter in it. Would that go right or will I frie the pedals, set the house on fire or too less power so the pedals will go off?

Thanks in advance
#2
Artec Pedal: Consumption: 23mA(active), 20mA(bypass)

Artec are the only pedal company who quote their electric usage. I don't think the other pedals are going to use much more, though. You should be fine.
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#3
Does anyone know if the digitech grunge is good for playing blink, sum 41, the swellers rise against and stuff like that? And can It do metal too?


Thanks
#6
Quote by niels-uiterwaal
Does anyone know if the digitech grunge is good for playing blink, sum 41, the swellers rise against and stuff like that? And can It do metal too?


Thanks


I used to own a Grunge and found it quite tinny and harsh, i found/find the DS-1 better for that kind of thing in that price range *flameshield*
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#7
Quote by Leverageofspace
I used to own a Grunge and found it quite tinny and harsh, i found/find the DS-1 better for that kind of thing in that price range *flameshield*



Thank you for that, I hate all the boss bashing... I like it if someone just tells the truth
#10
Tip: Unless stated otherwise, assume pedals use 100mA. Most pedals (Except wahs) that don't have their mA on the pedal itself run at this.
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#11
Honestly, unless you're planning to run more than 5 pedals off an ultra-cheap adaptor I wouldn't bother getting into all the mA etc.
Just plug in and if it's drawing too much power, buy a higher quality wall wart.