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Old 18th August 2009
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Power distribution in pedal board

Hey everyone! I want to build a pedal board, it's going to be a pretty basic thing but I was just wondering what's the smartest way to go about supplying the power to all my pedals in an organized fashion.

I've got...

Moogerfooger MuRF
Line 6 echo park
EHX Big Muff
EHX Holy Grail
and a Boss Chromatic Tuner

I don't want a million chords all over the joint and I don't want to shock myself or anyone! Haha

thank you!
eriatarka
Old 18th August 2009
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Voodoo Labs Pedal Power rules in my world. I know it can do the normal 9V pedals as well as 2 LineS*cks big pedals. Don't know about the moogerfoogers.



Herwig
Old 18th August 2009
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errr...5 x 9v batteries is the correct answer!
everyone knows they sound better/drive pedals harder and seem cooler right?
Old 18th August 2009
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Batteries are a pain in the ass but they are definitely quieter, especially for recording. Don't use rechargeables, as they don't have as much voltage output as alkalines.
Old 19th August 2009
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Originally Posted by DeadPoet View Post
Voodoo Labs Pedal Power rules in my world. I know it can do the normal 9V pedals as well as 2 LineS*cks big pedals. Don't know about the moogerfoogers.
Mine too. My friend who has a ridiculous pedal setup, two boards he regularly takes out, uses at least three VL Pedal Powers. And there's an AC outlet on the back for pedals that require more juice. Noise hasn't been an issue for me either. Plus the one I have has battery sag on two of the power points, which is actually kind of cool with my crappy little Danelectro distortion pedal!
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