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#1 User is offline   MichaelT 

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Posted 06 September 2017 - 07:42 AM

This has probably been asked before, probably 100 times but I haven't seen anything lately.

I'm looking for some pedalboard advice and options. Due to a couple of new pedals I acquired that don't take batteries, I'm needing something to power them.

I'm looking at: BOSS BCB60 Pedal Case

I'd like something with a case, a power supply and room to hold the following effects:

1. Tone City - Golden Plexi -9VDC
2. Tone City - All Spark - 9VDC
3. Dunlop Crybaby - GCB-95 - 9VDC
4. DOD - Stereo Chorus - FX65 - 10VDC
5. Boss - Noise Suppressor - NS2 - 9VDC
6. Snark Tuner - 9VDC

Any advice?
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Posted 06 September 2017 - 09:20 AM

SKB with built-in power supply is what I use. It works great.

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The one on the left.

I also have the Boss PedalBoard too but the SKB has built in clean power.
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#3 User is offline   MichaelT 

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Posted 07 September 2017 - 06:55 AM

Thank you. I looked up that one online and the price is reasonable.
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Posted 07 September 2017 - 01:33 PM

PedalTrain Novo 24, rct White Trash Power Supply©. I'm ready to play 3 minutes after I know where I'm putting it:

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Posted 07 September 2017 - 03:34 PM

View PostMichaelT, on 06 September 2017 - 07:42 AM, said:


1. Tone City - Golden Plexi -9VDC
2. Tone City - All Spark - 9VDC
3. Dunlop Crybaby - GCB-95 - 9VDC
4. DOD - Stereo Chorus - FX65 - 10VDC
5. Boss - Noise Suppressor - NS2 - 9VDC
6. Snark Tuner - 9VDC

Any advice?


I think you could run that stuff easily on a One Spot. That's what I use for my smaller board. I have a VooDoo Lab Pedal Power 2 under my bigger board.
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Posted 07 September 2017 - 03:53 PM

View PostMichaelT, on 06 September 2017 - 07:42 AM, said:

This has probably been asked before, probably 100 times but I haven't seen anything lately.

I'm looking for some pedalboard advice and options. Due to a couple of new pedals I acquired that don't take batteries, I'm needing something to power them.

I'm looking at: BOSS BCB60 Pedal Case

I'd like something with a case, a power supply and room to hold the following effects:

1. Tone City - Golden Plexi -9VDC
2. Tone City - All Spark - 9VDC
3. Dunlop Crybaby - GCB-95 - 9VDC
4. DOD - Stereo Chorus - FX65 - 10VDC
5. Boss - Noise Suppressor - NS2 - 9VDC
6. Snark Tuner - 9VDC

Any advice?


I've got that board and it works fine for me. Here's the layout - the Vox Wah has been modded for 9V.

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Posted 11 September 2017 - 12:50 PM

Another alternaive to the all in one style boss you mentioned in the OP would be the pedaltrain style. If this interested you then I would recommend you take a look at rockboard which are made by warwick. They much cheaper for what is essentially the same thing.

Harley Benton make a pedal power jr which is isolated and well worth the money. I have 2 on my big board wired in parallel.

Sanyo/Eneloop rechargeable pedal batteries are quite good on small boards as is the rockboard power LT XL however using rechargeable means its then not isolated (shouldn't be an issue anyway with only a few pedals)

All in, you could actually do it cheaper this way
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