#1
Is it just me or do pedals drain 9 v batteries like a fat man eating candy? I put in the Danelectro battery that came with my Slap Echo, and it was drained in under a hour. I bought this pedal new, but it was from 97. Never been played. Help me! Lol.
#3
9V batteries rarely last more than 1.5-2 hours
Gear:
Epiphone G-400 Ebony
Line-6 UberMetal, EchoPark
Boss RC-2 Loop Station
Traynor YCV50Blue, Bass Mate 25, Guitar Mate 15
#4
9V batteries get eaten the only way I keep them for awhile is to take out the cables after playing.
I know now what I knew then, but I didn't know then what I know now
#5
buy a power supply and daisy chain thing, its a good investment for that reason
dont take any guff from these bastards man

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#6
Yea if you keep the cables plugged in to the pedal then it is already using battery power.
#7
Quote by Winsbury
put a new battery in? if it was from '97 then its probably drained.



Tried that also, same thing. I pulled out my cable last night and my newest battery is still going.
#9
Just buy a bunch of these along with a power bar.
My Gear:

Guitars:
Fender American HSS Stratocaster

Amps & Effects:
Hand-Wired JCM 800 2204
Hand-Wired V30 2x12 Cab
Keeley TS-9 Tube Screamer
ISP Decimator
EHX Holiest Grail
Modded Dunlop Crybaby
Boss RC-2 Loop Station