#1
I have a band mate that believe that the adaptors don't affect the pedal.So, I would really like if you guys can example it more why it does becuase I'm going to show him this thread so he can be better off.

I tried to explain it to him but he just doesn't want to hear it from me.


Thanks.
Last edited by Graveworm at May 12, 2008,
#2
If your power supply isn't grounded well, you can get some mains hum that affects your sound. To an extent, your friend is right.
#3
Quote by blue_strat
If your power supply isn't grounded well, you can get some mains hum that affects your sound. To an extent, your friend is right.


???


I'm the one that said that it depends on the power supply.
#4
Quote by Graveworm
I have a band mate that doesn't believe that the adaptors don't affect the pedal.


Call me crazy but it appears that you said that your band mate thinks that adaptors DO affect the pedal? :S
Last edited by CedricL at May 12, 2008,
#5
Quote by Graveworm
I have a band mate that doesn't believe that the adaptors don't affect the pedal.

Double negatives are misleading.

Also, there's a weaker, eventually spluttering sound from a pedal with a battery that's running out.
#6
Quote by blue_strat
Double negatives are misleading.

Also, there's a weaker, eventually spluttering sound from a pedal with a battery that's running out.



I'm really sorry for that.


I edited it out.