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Strymon Zuma worth it?
Old 4 weeks ago
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Strymon Zuma worth it?

I am wondering if the Strymon Zuma power supplies are worth it?

in my current setup I have 9 pedals and 3 of them are strymons with their own power supply, I can get by with what I've got but it'd be nice to have just ONE unit for the entire thing and would make things so much easier, and if it lowers noise which is already very low/close to zero then I'll be happy.

any users on here experienced it? would appreciate some opinions of real world users and don't hold back

cheers,

pencilextremist
Old 4 weeks ago
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Gear Head
 

I changed to a Zuma from a Walrus Audio Aetos and I can’t fault it at all. My pedalboard is now quieter and there’s no proximity noise picked up in my fx loop send/return cables anymore.

It’s also a rather fetching electric blue colour, if that sways you at all!
Old 4 weeks ago
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I have a board with a Zuma and an Ojai. No issues.

I have another with a Pedal Power II. No issues.
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