#1
So i know its better to keep it unplugged but unplugged from what? can i leave pedals plugged into each other and the guitar but not the amp? what drains the batterys?
#2
Most of the pedals can disconnect the battery frm the circuit when you unplug the the cable from the pedals input jack.
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#3
if you leave a cable plugged into the input side of the pedal, it will drain the battery
#4
yeah unplug the cables in the input jack so you cna leave the last one in the chain plugged into the amp but they all have to be unplugged from the guitar and each other
#6
Quote by zaidsharifi
I think if it's true bypass, you need to unplug the cables and if it isn't true bypass, then you're fine.


Nope, it's the same across the board.

Although some true-bypass last a looooong time plugged in.
Non-true bypass would be an even quicker drain, depending on the buffer.
#8
Get powered, fool!

A one spot w/a daisy chain isn't the greatest, but it's cheap! It'll pay for itself after a few months, if you play a lot...