#1
Have any of you experienced hum and buzz with daisy chains and power supplies like the Godlyke and Visual Sound One Spot?

I've been looking at those but being careful because of the daisy chains that are used extensively with those supplies.

Would it be better to drop the money and get a DC Brick or Pedal Power 2?

Thanks,
CL
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#2
Get the brick, i have one and they work perfect, no noise or nothin
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#3
The one spot works fine, if you have 5 pedals or less. I havent had any problems with it.
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#4
The only one I've used before is the brick, and it worked good for me.
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#5
Hmm. Has anyone plugged a daisy chain into a brick? I'm asking because I would love to power up to 10 pedals on 1 brick. Would the chain make any noise or would it sound just the same?

Thanks,
CL
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Hmm. Has anyone plugged a daisy chain into a brick? I'm asking because I would love to power up to 10 pedals on 1 brick. Would the chain make any noise or would it sound just the same?

Thanks,
CL

IMO the power brick is a waste of money. My friends dad has one and we compared it to my friends visual sound NO DIFFERENCE. Exept for the fact that the Visual Sound 1 Spot is about $30 and it can power twice the pedals. I ordered my Visual Sound today and im finally gonna get to put those damned single adapters away. FINALLY my pedal board will look orginized
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