#1
I realize that japan runs on 100v power, and I was wondering how I would get my gear to power up there? I have a multi effect pedal that I'll be bringing, as well as some stompboxes. The problem is for the multi effects pedal. do I need to get a voltage transformer to get it to work, like one of these? click
I don't think my pedal supply supports multiple voltages so I might need that. Or do I just need a plug converter?
#2
why do u want to carry ur stuff? u can get a custom made ESP or Edwards and u can buy stomp boxes at really cheap prices :P

U need a plug converter....something that u can buy there so dont beat urself over it
GEAR

Guitars:
IbanezRG350DX
Slammer Pacer

Amps:
Laney TFX1

Effects:
Zoom G7.1ut
Digitech Death Metal
#3
Quote by solidstate
why do u want to carry ur stuff? u can get a custom made ESP or Edwards and u can buy stomp boxes at really cheap prices :P

U need a plug converter....something that u can buy there so dont beat urself over it


What are you talking about? Of course I have to carry my stuff, I'm just a student. what ESP's are you talking about?

I have stompboxes, but its things like a whammy (which runs on powersupply only) that I'm afraid of. Japan runs on 100V and where we're going to its at 50Hz. My power supply works with only US voltage. I think a plug converter alone won't do it?
#4
they got some amazing guitars there....like the custom shop esps and edwards etc....
GEAR

Guitars:
IbanezRG350DX
Slammer Pacer

Amps:
Laney TFX1

Effects:
Zoom G7.1ut
Digitech Death Metal
#5
Quote by solidstate
they got some amazing guitars there....like the custom shop esps and edwards etc....


oh, that's what you meant, well, that's the least of my problems, buying stuff. I just learned that plug converter only work for power supplies that can already handle multple voltages, IE 100VAC-220VAC on the adaptor. Mine does not.