#1
Hey, few days ago I recieved my new TS9 and it was working awesome.
I just came back home, turned on my amp hit the pedal and I noticed the lack of boost. So I took the pedal and noticed that the light was not on.

Tried to swap out the battery, nothing. What can have gone wrong? I mean, if I turn the level knob all the way down the volume is gone, so it seems to work for that knob but not for drive and tone. wtf!

Could it be the cable?
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#2
well, if the amp is getting signal without the boost. i dont think it would be the cable. swap it out for another and try again just in case
if that doesnt work i would assume the pedal is faulty
although im not a pedal expert so dont quote me on this
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#3
Check if the wire that connects the battery to the inner circuit is still attached. This happened to me, but I don't know about you.
#4
Doh, seems like it was the battery causing it. Thanks God...
It's fine now.

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#5
Quote by zefs
Doh, seems like it was the battery causing it. Thanks God...
It's fine now.

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man i had that once with my big muff! it took me 2 months to realise i just needed a good power supply :p all my batteries were damn broken so i tought it was the pedal...
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#6
Don't bother with batteries, just get a power adapter. It's cheaper in the long run and more convenient IMO.
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#7
Through me a link Raijouta, can you connect multiple things on them?
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#8
you can with a daisy chain like the one spot, or with a dc brick.
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#9
Quote by Raijouta
Don't bother with batteries, just get a power adapter. It's cheaper in the long run and more convenient IMO.


External power supplies color your tone.
#10
Quote by i_am_metalhead
External power supplies color your tone.


it depends on the pedal IMO

For my Analog Man Peppermint Fuzz I strictly use non-alkaline batteries for the best sound, but for my Old Russian Big Muff, I have noticed no difference when using different batteries/power supplies..
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#11
Quote by kracdown
it depends on the pedal IMO

For my Analog Man Peppermint Fuzz I strictly use non-alkaline batteries for the best sound, but for my Old Russian Big Muff, I have noticed no difference when using different batteries/power supplies..



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#12
Quote by i_am_metalhead
It was a joke.


Good.
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#13
Quote by championguitar
you can with a daisy chain like the one spot, or with a dc brick.

Avoid the brick and te one spot as they are pretty noisy - Voodoo Labs power supplies, albeit initially expensive (you willl save in the long run) are far better and each output is isolated.
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