#1
So I bought the dan electrode so I could starve the pedal for power the only problem is that the big muff requires a different kind of plug can I get an adapter for that or do I need to return the power supply
MY GEAR:
Epiphone Sheraton 2
Takamine Jasmine J33?
60's J bass copy (trying to sell or trade)
fender mustang 1
Victoria Regal II
big muff
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#2
I'm also having this problem. I picked up a big muff not so long ago and it's got that annoying 1/8" input, which is surprisingly hard to find in the UK.
#3
You'll have to get an adapter, or a stand alone PSU for the pedal, orrrrrrr batteries.
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#4
Quote by Guitarbaddie
You'll have to get an adapter, or a stand alone PSU for the pedal, orrrrrrr batteries.

what kind of adapter
MY GEAR:
Epiphone Sheraton 2
Takamine Jasmine J33?
60's J bass copy (trying to sell or trade)
fender mustang 1
Victoria Regal II
big muff
seed of life overdrive

"We make music for hipster strippers" Dan Auerbach
#5
Telecaster - SG - Jaguar
Princeton Reverb, Extra Reverb
P-Bass - Mustang Bass
Apogee Duet 2 - Ableton Suite
#6
Why would you want to starve the Big Muff? It won't even work below 6-7V or so...
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#7
I've got the correct power supply...lets open the bidding at $50
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