#1
I am running a pretty large pedalboard (over a dozen), and I am experiencing odd signal loss issues. Sometimes everything works fine, sometimes I get no sound at all. All the time, every pedals' LED light is on despite the lack of sound. I went straight to my amp and there's no issue there. I am running a One Spot, a separate 9.6v adapter, a 12v adapter, and an 18v adapter from one power strip plugged into an outlet. If anyone has any tips for troubleshooting, please share. Thanks in advance.
#2
Test all your connecting cables, wiggle them all to try and repeat the problem, could also be a faulty/shorting pedal jack.
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#3
I just went through everything, everything appears to work as they should. I powered up the power strip, full volume for about a second and then it rapidly went to no sound. powered down, turned back on a minute later, and everything worked until I stopped playing, as if nothing is wrong. Thoughts?
#4
One at a time, remove a pedal, then test.
If problem remains, put pedal back in.
repeat for all pedals.
Also, check your power supplies.
Make sure none of them are overheating.
#5
yep. can easily be a pedal. for example, my delay is going screwey. when i turn it on, sometimes no sound goes through. i cycle the switch a few times and it fixes itself.

luckily, i use my amp loop on off to switch it.
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