#1
I bought this POS radioshack pedal board a while back that has 6 inputs that these small cords plugged into. They were very short cords that had an 1/8" on one end and a DC jack that plugged into the pedals. Anyone know what these cords are called or were I can purchase some? Thank You!
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#2
its a 1/8th power chord i think 1spot sells some adaptors for it http://www.visualsound.net/index.php/products/pedal_power_supplies/3.5mm_1_8_converter_c35
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#3
the power supply is also messed up on the dc jack. Can I cut it out and then splice on another jack from another random power supply?

Wall Wart-------(cut wire here and splice)-----[== <----new dc jack
MARTY FRIEDMAN--"It’s a lot easier to be technical than it is stylized; it really is... But I think it’s a lot more rare to have someone who’s really got their own sound because that’s something you can’t practice."
#4
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MARTY FRIEDMAN--"It’s a lot easier to be technical than it is stylized; it really is... But I think it’s a lot more rare to have someone who’s really got their own sound because that’s something you can’t practice."
#5
the power supply is also messed up on the dc jack. Can I cut it out and then splice on another jack from another random power supply?

Wall Wart-------(cut wire here and splice)-----[="= <----new dc jack[/QUOTE"]
Yup, make sure you get the positive and negative connected correctly or it could damage your pedals.