#1
So excuse me for asking such a question, as it's probaly lame, but am I correct in thinking that when you get a pedal, you're going to need two patch chords? One for the guitar-to-pedal, one for pedal-to-amp?
#3
yeah, and dont leave the input cord in the pedal (even when it's off) or it will drain the battery.
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#5
Quote by jj1565
yeah, and dont leave the input cord in the pedal (even when it's off) or it will drain the battery.



I think we've all been there and done that.
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#6
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I think we've all been there and done that.

Keep in mind that this kid doesn't know much .

Get a power supply if you don't want to waste batteries or the hassle of unplugging the input cord.
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#7
You a correct! You win, who wants to be a Guitar Player!

No, I'm not being a sarcastic anus-face either.

But yes. And when you get more than one pedal, do not buy another 10 footer patch cord or something. Buy one of the 6 inch connector patch cords.
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#8
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Keep in mind that this kid doesn't know much .


I was being serious, I do it all the time.
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