#1
im a bit confused about them...
http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/7-WAY-DAISY-CHAIN-FOR-BOSS-DIGITECH-ETC-EFFECTS-PEDALS_W0QQitemZ200152098008QQcmdZViewItem
i was looking at getting them to power my effects pedals i was planning to get soon, metal muff, big muff, wah etc
but does this mean i can power all the effects pedals from one ac adaptor?
is that what it means rather than having seperate ones?

thanks for your time
#3
I think it is.

But electro harmonix often have different power requirements, so you might not get best results.

The thing about boss pedals is, some pedals, like the tuner and channel switcher, can power others. This saves power supplies.

But I wouldn't recommend it. Get a DC brick for power, or one of those one-spot things.
#4
Hit up ratshack "radioshack" I'm sure they do have adapters, but just rember you can only pull so many amps/mAmps before you start effecting stuff.
#6
Take a trip to maplins. I just picked up one of these for £20. Bargain as it powers 6 pedals from one adapter, and the voltage is 9V.

http://www.maplin.co.uk/Module.aspx?ModuleNo=31292&criteria=guitar&doy=15m9

You are going to need a different adapter for the higher voltage ones.

*edit - it's the same one in my maplins link. It's cheaper from maplins too *
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Take a trip to maplins. I just picked up one of these for £20. Bargain as it powers 6 pedals from one adapter, and the voltage is 9V.

http://www.maplin.co.uk/Module.aspx?ModuleNo=31292&criteria=guitar&doy=15m9

You are going to need a different adapter for the higher voltage ones.

*edit - it's the same one in my maplins link. It's cheaper from maplins too *



cheers dude if i see no better responses im going for that

edit: http://www.dv247.com/invt/froogle/42548/
but again it says only 9 volt pedals, is the metal muff 9 volt? or just different socket things?
#9
I did consider one of those power blocks from jim dunlop but for what I paid for mine I'm impressed, no more expensive batteries anymore.
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#13
You could probably get it cheaper over in the US I bet.

BTW I have uploaded a picture of my soundlab one in my profile
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#14
Get one of these. I don't think one of the Boss PSA type adaptors will cut it, they're only 300mA. I got a couple of the blue adaptors from Diago for my Rat and Big Muff. They're expensive for what they are but meh. The Metal Muff is okay, it has the Boss type one. mine did anyway.
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#15
Get the mini metal muff...it runs off that "Boss" style jack.
#17
Not sure if it means anything but the SoundLAB one comes with the power links. It's quite heavy but does the job well. I did consider making my own, but for £20 it's just not worth it.
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