#1
I'm going to buy a Big Muff Pi soon, and I'm not really sure what AC adapter it uses. It says 9v, so would my Boss 9v AC adapter work for it? or would I have to buy a seperate power supply. Anyone who uses the pedal could tell me the power supply they use with it would be helpful. Thank you
#2
Quote by messiah01
I'm going to buy a Big Muff Pi soon, and I'm not really sure what AC adapter it uses. It says 9v, so would my Boss 9v AC adapter work for it? or would I have to buy a seperate power supply. Anyone who uses the pedal could tell me the power supply they use with it would be helpful. Thank you

Yup, it will work.
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#3
You need a C35 adapter for the input. the normal Boss style plug won't work.
#4
Take it into Radio Shack, they'll make sure it powers it properly. I got one for my Metal Muff for 20 bucks.
#5
If it's a Little Big Muff or anything from the Nano series, it'll work fine. If it's a full-size Big Muff, you'll need one of these.
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#6
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Yup, it will work.

no, it won't. the connection, and the polarity, are different. unless its the little big muff, but i think he's talking about the reissue.
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