#1
How do you hook a 9v into a pedal? or do you need some sort of adapter?


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#2
what brand of pedal?
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#3
ultra distortion UD100 Behringer
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#4
If i doesnt aleready take 9v or whtever batteries, then that usually means it drains to much juice for batteries to be practical with it.
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#5
If the pedal is made for a battery, it'll either be under the pedal mechanism itself or on the bottom - either by compartment or the whole bottom comes off, like on a Dunlop Crybaby.
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#6
i'm not sure about behringer pedals, but the battery goes under the part that goes up and down when you hit the pedal

on boss pedals, there's a screw in the front that you unscrew

look in the owner's manual or if you don't have that, look for a manual online...or ask someone else here, but i wouldn't know, sorry
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#7
k thanks.
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#9
its on the top, you gotta push the two points in. i found it
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#10
ahhh duhh!! of course!

i was about to say the exact same thing!
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Quote by insideac
.....If Fender DID buy out Jackson, Im quitting guitar and music. Would hate to see the same model of a jackson, the Jackocaster, sold every year with little or no change.
#11
you should consider buying an adapter for your pedal if you plan on using it alot
i use 2 diff pedals and i use a 9v adapter for each coz i find that the batteries drain kinda quick
just get like an exentsion cord or a power strip to hook everything up to
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#12
i got a behringer ultra metal pedal and to put the battery in there should be 2 black buttons or somehting in the side at the top of the actual pedal you push down, push them both in at the same time wit a screwdriver or sumps and it should lift off, then u put the battery in the space under there then clip it back on
#13
when you get a lot of pedals like me, like...probably at least 4, you need a daisy chain

but yeah...if you ARE using batteries, remember to unplug both cords connected to the pedal because it still uses power unless you're unplugged
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Quote by insideac
.....If Fender DID buy out Jackson, Im quitting guitar and music. Would hate to see the same model of a jackson, the Jackocaster, sold every year with little or no change.
#14
Just buy a Visual Sound OneSpot adapter and the daisy chain. You can power up to like 5 or 6 pedals.
#15
i've been considering that...but some people say it feeds back through the pedals

plus, i have a weeping demon and someone said they had a hard time finding an adapter that fit it, anyone know of one?
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.....If Fender DID buy out Jackson, Im quitting guitar and music. Would hate to see the same model of a jackson, the Jackocaster, sold every year with little or no change.
#16
yeah i'm buying an adaptar soon.
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