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Musical Instrument Discussion => Guitar Effects => Topic started by: KenBJammen on April 10, 2013, 04:18:38 PM

Title: Pedal Power suggestions.
Post by: KenBJammen on April 10, 2013, 04:18:38 PM
I am looking at revamping my pedalboard (again). 

In the old forum we had a discussion about power options.  What do you guys suggest?
Title: Re: Pedal Power suggestions.
Post by: RichR on April 10, 2013, 04:30:36 PM
I have been using a Voodoo Labs Pedal Power 2 for awhile.    Quiet.  Isolation- one pedals bad behavior doesn't travel through the dc wires back through everything else (as I'd experienced with some other power supplies)   And some cool features, such as a ability to do 12v, 18v, and SAG controls to simulate  a low battery (I guess some old fuzzes and such sounded best with a weak battery.)

Mounts perfectly in my pedaltrain board.  And also has a courtesy 110v outlet, which can be handy.

Kind of pricey at $170.   But it has definitely stood up to a lot of use and abuse, so far.
Title: Re: Pedal Power suggestions.
Post by: DannyDV8 on April 10, 2013, 06:20:47 PM
Yo turned me on to Godlyke's PowerAll a couple of years ago, and I've never looked back.  It's like $20. and change.  When mine did screw up, they wouldnt even hear of me buying another one, it was free, shipping and all, and on my doorstep faster than I could say "When's it gonna get here?"  They're constantly improving it, it's got a ton of filters in it, it'll run like 11 pedals at once, it takes up no real estate on your board, it comes with a ton of power adaptors so it'll run any kind of pedal you can imagine, and the guys at Godlyke CERTAINLY deserve your business.  I'd never even consider anything else.