#1
http://www.thegigrig.com/acatalog/TheGigRig_GENERATOR.html

Anybody ever seen this before? I'm looking into power supplies and a friend just recommended me this, but I've never seen or heard of it before. Anybody got experience with it?

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#2
No firsthand experience, but I've read a lot about it and the specs are pretty amazing. The only issue I can see is that by the time you get all the virtual batteries and other things you might need (depending on your rig) the cost can really start to add up.
#3
Basically a glorified One Spot w/ higher current availability. Unless you buy a bunch of the Virtual Batteries for isolation. But by then you may as well have bought something like the PP2+.
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#4
That seems really expensive to me.

Can I ask if anyone knows why pedal power supplies are so expensive? I mean it's not like they're super high end expensive technology is it.

I'm looking to buy a power supply myself, but I want a cheap one, anything that works and dosn't have any major issues.
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