#1
Hey,

So i have 13 effects pedals ( I like my effects,) and they go as following

korg tuner, ibz wah-10, ibz ts9, boss ds2, big muff, phase 90, binyang chorus, binyang flanger, holy grail, boss dd7, mxr micro amp and boss loop station.

I plan on getting either the pedal train 32' or 24, got to go and see whcih one fits all my pedals.

Im just wondering what power supply i should get for this all?
my local music store has this one:
http://www.long-mcquade.com/products/2448/Guitars/Guitar_Effects/Dunlop/DCB-10_-_DC_Brick_Power_supply.htm

but it's only 10 pedals

or should I look into this one?


http://www.long-mcquade.com/products/6362/Guitars/Guitar_Effects/Behringer/Universal_Effects_Pedal_Board_with_Power_Supply.htm

haven't gone into the store to ask yet because In middle of midterms, jsut wondering all your opinions?

Cheers
Strat, Les Paul

Big Muff, Ibz Wh 10, BossCS 3, Boss DS 2, Binyang fl-8, Binyang Ch-8, MXR micro amp, MXR 90
#2
well, as far as I understand, the DC Brick is simply a glorified One-Spot, but the One-Spot is much much cheaper.
http://www.long-mcquade.com/products/3160/Guitars/Cables/Visual_Sound/1_Spot_Combo_Pack.htm

Also, I have a PT Jr., one of the smaller boards, and I can easily hold 5 mxr/boss sized boxes and 3 normal EHX sized boxes, which are slightly bigger. I power everything with a One-Spot though, and I get virtually no hum. The cables for the One-Spot also tuck nicely underneath the board with some zip ties.

Here, try this website: http://pedalboardplanner.com/
it's a virtual pedal board planner compatible with pedal trains and many pedals. If something you have isn't on there find something else that is the same size with the same jack location.
guitars:
Martin DCX1E
Fender 72' Telecaster Deluxe
#3
thx! i am currently using a makeshift board with the one spot actually:P thx for the site tho!
Strat, Les Paul

Big Muff, Ibz Wh 10, BossCS 3, Boss DS 2, Binyang fl-8, Binyang Ch-8, MXR micro amp, MXR 90