#1
How does this exactly work? 'Cause I'm planning to power up my pedals in this daisy chain thing. Can u guys tell me how i'll do this?

BTW, I'm planning to buy an Ernie Ball 6166 Volume Pedal? Is it a great pedal? 'Cause I've read some reviews on Musician's Friends and they said they've experienced cracking, or string problems or whatever. Tell me your opinions about it.
Guitars:

Squier Standard Telecaster
Takamine EG-240

Guitar Effects:

Korg AX5G Muti-Effects Pedal
Boss DS-2
Boss DD-7

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#2
Look into the 1-spot power adapter. You plug a 9v power supply to it, and it disperses the power between 6 pedals. They run anywhere from 10-20 USD, depending on where you look. I use one, and it gives me very little, if any, noise. I also suggest going to Radio Shack (if you live in the US, I don't know if they're in other countries), and pick up a universal power supply, so that you can have a large amount of power (I use a 1000mA, or the equivalent of about 10 pedals, which is plenty).
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#3
I have one 1-spot power adaptor. I can only plug into one pedal. But I have 2 pedals.
Guitars:

Squier Standard Telecaster
Takamine EG-240

Guitar Effects:

Korg AX5G Muti-Effects Pedal
Boss DS-2
Boss DD-7

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