#1
So I just set up a pedalboard, and I'm using the Danelectro Fish n Chips in the FX loop as a volume boost. My problem is that when I plug it into the power supply, it causes a continual squeal that won't stop unless I unplug it. I've been switching it around in my power supply, and it keeps happening. Any thoughts on the problem?
#2
what else do you have on the board?

What power supply?
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#4
Is it ok on batteries?
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#6
My guess is that the pedal is borked on the dc input circuitry. As long as the supply tests ok on other pedals on that output that is.
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#7
Something similar happened to me and my Verbzilla once (same power supply too) - I was running a 12v power out to a 9v pedal and I got some squeal. I had to make sure that I was actually using the proper "9v" out-puts on my power supply. Check to make sure that power supply is the right voltage and match for that pedal.
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Last edited by Jonny Ryan Mac at Jul 27, 2016,
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Something similar happened to me and my Verbzilla once (same power supply too) - I was running a 12v power out to a 9v pedal and I got some squeal. I had to make sure that I was actually using the proper "9v" out-puts on my power supply. Check to make sure that power supply is the right voltage and match for that pedal.


Yeah, I did. There's a 12v and 18v out, but the 12 is being used by my wireless, the Fish n Chips was definitely in a 9v slot.