#1
Will using one power source for both the effects loop and the pedals in from of the amp have any negative effects? Thanks for the input!
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#2
I use a dunlop dc-brick to power multiple pedals. It shouldn't matter whether the power source powers pedals in the front or back.
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Will using one power source for both the effects loop and the pedals in from of the amp have any negative effects? Thanks for the input!

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#5
I dunno, my 1 spot is pretty dang quiet, and runs all my pedals except my holy grail. I found it quieter than the DC brick I tried
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#7
The One-Spot is probably noisy as the DC-Brick, because the DC-Brick is only a glorified daisy chain.
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