#1
Hi, I'm using a 1 spot power supply to power 2 pedals right now, so I'm not using part of the daisy chain. The remainder of the chain is hanging off the last pedal like this



Is it safe to leave it like that? The power supply didn't even come with a manual on how to use it
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#2
It's safe, you don't need to fill up all the spots. I have one and it powers four pedals, good deal for 30 bucks.
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#3
it should be fine.... i think

we run 2 amps, a bass rig, a huge ass speaker, numerous pedals and a laptop off one poerpoint and we get away with it.

so, you should be fine

also i think they are wired in a way that if the plug before it is not plugged in than the one after it wont recieve power. i think?
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#4
It's safe. They spark if they touch other contact points so I put a strip of electrical tape over the ends of mine.
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#5
Quote by Kevy Absolution
It's safe. They spark if they touch other contact points so I put a strip of electrical tape over the ends of mine.

Is that why the package came with little plastic pieces that can cover the contact points?


And I agree, for 30 bucks its a great deal.
Gear
3rd Power Amplification HD100
Splawn Competition
Marshall 1987x
Vox AC30C2


Charvel San Dimas 1 2H
2008 Gibson Les Paul Standard
Fender MIM Strat


Check out my YouTube channel!