#1
Apparently you have to have a ps200r 9.6v adapter for it... Do you HAVE to that specific model or would any 9.6v DC do?
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#2
depends on how many mA it requires, you dont want it pulling more than what the adaptor puts out.
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#4
i have found that if you try just any generic adapter, you get a buzzing noise when the pedal is on, but an adapter made by a music company does not. Something with the grounding I've heard, but I am no expert. I use a danelectro 9v adapter and I have had no problems, but i have heard they are hard to find

but in summary: something by a music related company
#5
You don't have to have that adaptor, a Kettle lead would work.

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