#1
As my collection of pedals has increased I have had need for more power and I'll be damned if I'm gonna fork out for a bunch of batteries all the time.
My Digitech RP80 came with a power supply, which of course only has 1 plug to supply the 1 pedal. So what I have done is Make an adapter box that gives you 6 power outputs from the 1 power adapter. Pretty simple really. I'm finding now that I need more than 6 outputs though. The adapter can supply 500mA, the RP80 wants 300mA, I know my crybaby wants only 20mA. I'm not sure what the rest of my pedals draw, but i reckon I'm pushing it with more than 6 pedals from the 1 power supply.
anyway, here are some pics: (it is in a clear blue box with a blue LED to make it pretty )

#3
Wicked :P
Yeah, now you're gonna die wearing that stupid little hat. How does it feel?

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#4
Buy a new transformer, i have a 9v adapter that came with my piano keyboard that pumps out a whole amp.
#5
I'm making a power supply that runs on anything from 9-24VAC or 12-24VDC and can supply 1A filtered and regulated. Just waiting to find my power pack
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#7
You paid $250 for the adaptor! Wow.

(I'm kidding.)

Nice job, I like the LEDs.
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