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  • Which Power Supply?

    I've reached the capacity of my Dunlop Power Brick so I'm looking to upgrade.  I'm going to need a power supply capable of powering 10-12 pedals including 9v, 18v, and weird inputs like EHX and a Rat.  Is there 1 power supply that can handle all of these or should I look for 2 supplies? 

    Guitars:G&L Tribute ASAT Classic BluesboyFender 50th Anniversary Strat, Classic 50s Telecaster, and others.Pedals:Pitchblack>EP Booster>Classic 108 Fuzz> SD-1>OCD>Keeley Rat>Hoof>DLS MKiii>Small Stone>TR-2>Flashback>Spring TheoryAmp:Peavey Delta Blues

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    Voodoo lab Mondo or Ciokolate. 

    Both expensive but will do what you ask easily.

    Then there's the CAE 403 which is slightly cheaper which would get you there.

    Or a voodoo lab PP2+ - voltage doubler cable for 2 ouputs to give you 18v, and a couple of daisy chains off a couple of other outputs  for a few of your analog pedals.(remember to add the current draws off each pedal on the chain not to exceed each outputs capabilty.

    Happy days so far with: Kayzer, Snufkino, matchpoint, SG1

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    • #3
      Wow, those are expensive. Maybe I'll get a PP2 and use my power brick for the others.

      Hmm any other ideas?
      Guitars:G&L Tribute ASAT Classic BluesboyFender 50th Anniversary Strat, Classic 50s Telecaster, and others.Pedals:Pitchblack>EP Booster>Classic 108 Fuzz> SD-1>OCD>Keeley Rat>Hoof>DLS MKiii>Small Stone>TR-2>Flashback>Spring TheoryAmp:Peavey Delta Blues

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        killthehippies45 commented
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        pedalshark.com

        i think is the Cioks DC-10, i'm using one for pretty much the same things you are.

        email the guy, Brian, i think, he was super helpful when i had lots of questions.









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