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Reload this Page Power supply for boss gt-10

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  • Reload this Page Power supply for boss gt-10

    So i picked up a boss gt-10 that came with the default Roland PSB1-U adapter however i have an adapter I've been using with my standard 9V DC pedals. I would like to use my current adapter with the boss just for the simple fact its more compact and less bulky. I have checked the specs and the boss only draw 800mA and my current adapter has 1100mA; other than that all the specs on both these adapters are identical.

    Just because the Roland has an figure 8 cable style adapter and what looks to be a large transformer mean that the other adapter won't work with the boss gt-10? I haven't tried using it just because i don't want to ruin neither the pedal or adapter. Below is a pic showing the two adapters. thanks in advance!


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    Both are 9vDC center negative, so assuming the GT-10 only draws 800mA and that the plug fits, it should work.
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    • sonic5000
      sonic5000 commented
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      I know it's been years you made this question and hopefully you found out the Roland adapter is an AC before you connected the other one (which is a DC). Just to register it for new users

  • #3
    Both are 9vDC center negative, so assuming the GT-10 only draws 800mA and that the plug fits, it should work.


    awesome. i was just a bit iffy because the Roland adapter it comes with it seems very important because it is so big. I mean if they can make an adapter that's half its size/weight why wouldn't they y'know?

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      • andreas
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        ambient wrote:
        Retrospective kudos for Andreas. That guy is well worth listening to.

        Hey, thanks!



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