#1
in terms of plugging it in etc.

Specifically im off the US soon and thinking of getting a Boss pedal (no Boss snobs please, thats not the issue).

I have the PSA adaptor that i bought here in the UK which i use to power my TU-3 etc. (also purchaed in UK)

If i buy a pedal in the US can i use this adaptor to safely plug it into the power socket without plowing up the pedal/guitar/house/world?
#3
Cool, i was just concerned cos isnt it 220w in America and 240w in the UK (dont quote me on that, all i know is that they are different wattages) and i didnt wanna save money by buying a pedal in the US only to come back home and fry it as soon as i plug it in
#4
120V in the US.
The PSU takes 240 down to 9 volts, which is what the pedal wants. In the US you'd buy a 120V to 9 volt adapter. The pedals themselves are exactly the same.
#5
Quote by Roc8995
120V in the US.
The PSU takes 240 down to 9 volts, which is what the pedal wants. In the US you'd buy a 120V to 9 volt adapter. The pedals themselves are exactly the same.


Sweet, thanks. I thought all the pedals would be the same and it would be the adaptors that are different but thought it was worht checking.

Quick aside question, how much is a Boss DD-7 in the states? Its kinda hard to Google it in the UK as it keeps taking me to UK sites
#6
Musician's Friend has them for 170. That should be close to store retail.

(Though I have to suggest a Hardwire or TC Flashback delay if you're looking for a better pedal in that price range)