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  • Tina ArkosTina Arkos

    Voodoo Lab Pedal Power 2 PlusPublished on 09/11/08 at 04:35
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    No opinion on this diet but for those who do not want to crack their savings plan in a power read on.
    After complete information on the Big John Ciok, Power over Voodoo Vibe, the full tank T-Rex, DC brick and other Dunlop Power Brick Artec, I bought a Harley Benton powerplant (Thomann mark).
    I just got it and judge for yourself:
    -8 9v outputs
    -2 Outputs 12V DC 1AC + 1
    -A Light switch
    -A Blue LED indicator to say that it works
    -A Removable plug type PC industry with earth
    -And ... All connection cables !!!!
    All for 39 euros Thomann !!!
    https://www.thomann.de/fr/search_dir.html?sid=b0ff1b0369e0431db27cf4bf6b13376a&xsid=b0ff1b0369e0431db27cf4bf6b13376a&sw=powerplant
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    No opinion on this diet but for those who do not want to crack their savings plan in a power read on.
    After complete information on the Big John Ciok, Power over Voodoo Vibe, the full tank T-Rex, DC brick and other Dunlop Power Brick Artec, I bought a Harley Benton powerplant (Thomann mark).
    I just got it and judge for yourself:
    -8 9v outputs
    -2 Outputs 12V DC 1AC + 1
    -A Light switch
    -A Blue LED indicator to say that it works
    -A Removable plug type PC industry with earth
    -And ... All connection cables !!!!
    All for 39 euros Thomann !!!
    https://www.thomann.de/fr/search_dir.html?sid=b0ff1b0369e0431db27cf4bf6b13376a&xsid=b0ff1b0369e0431db27cf4bf6b13376a&sw=powerplant
    I plugged in and everything is nickel, no background noise, blast or otherwise.
    Well, as we said in ERAM, it would be crazy to spend more !!!
    39 euros is hardly more than a UNIQUE Power Ibanez or Dunlop !!!
    For life, is to wait, I can not say anything for now but frankly j'vois when the price of Voodoo, I tell myself that some do not care their pockets!
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  • Anonymous

    Voodoo Lab Pedal Power 2 PlusPublished on 09/03/08 at 00:56
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    I had a ground loop problems because of my pedals and lack of grounding, my amp buzzait thoroughly .. I bought a One Spot (Visual Sound), which did not help.

    So if like me you buzz, a house that is not the standards of a power perspective and a lack of grounding for your amp and your pedals, the PP2 + is for you !! Do not listen to the seller who told you that that price you got so take a little 'alim and do you like me' with a new pedal, it is clear that it is not given (about 200 €), but it's worth it !!

    9/10 for the very high price.
  • Tina ArkosTina Arkos

    The price is forgotten, the quality remains!

    Voodoo Lab Pedal Power 2 PlusPublished on 12/21/13 at 23:50
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    Snapping 200 euros (with Y cable 18v and two 1m cables) in a food always seemed absolutely useless. Again, Santa Claus came close drop me a Xotic RC Booster with rather than pedal power plus 2! But upon reflection, I had 7 quality pedals were connected to the power plant in my Harley Benton, a bit like a Ferrari F40, you had swapped the engine for 1 liter diesel PSA 9! So I did not, after a few sessions saving from a reputable psychiatrist to get the pill.
    I received the object and then, after connecting all set, absolute miracle, the sound is not the same. As mentioned by other reviews, more noise, more clear sound clearer. Short! You discover the true sound you should have always have! …
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    Snapping 200 euros (with Y cable 18v and two 1m cables) in a food always seemed absolutely useless. Again, Santa Claus came close drop me a Xotic RC Booster with rather than pedal power plus 2! But upon reflection, I had 7 quality pedals were connected to the power plant in my Harley Benton, a bit like a Ferrari F40, you had swapped the engine for 1 liter diesel PSA 9! So I did not, after a few sessions saving from a reputable psychiatrist to get the pill.
    I received the object and then, after connecting all set, absolute miracle, the sound is not the same. As mentioned by other reviews, more noise, more clear sound clearer. Short! You discover the true sound you should have always have!
    So to conclude this part of the chain is often overlooked if not forgotten, and it is wrong because it is based on an ultra professional.
    And as Audiard said: "The price is forgotten, the quality remains."
    For information: the famous SAG which reduces the voltage (5v to 9v) works by increasing the tension in the direction of clockwise.
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  • ironbullironbull

    top

    Voodoo Lab Pedal Power 2 PlusPublished on 12/15/13 at 13:32
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    I tried many guitars and amps before finding shoe my foot, I always neglected the power supply of my pedals, big mistake, not only the power supply feels qualitée but also silence is more noise or interference, some even I thought part of my sound effects ....
    Suddenly the sound found in clean, clearer, really clean, so I thought here I have kept my diet much earlier .... I played 25 years with his "sallie" by PSU or more less bad.
    insispensable expensive but a clean sound.
  • leomanleoman

    the top but "too expensive"

    Voodoo Lab Pedal Power 2 PlusPublished on 11/06/12 at 11:26
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    It's great gear is connected seven pedals (my case)
    A fuzz
    A OD
    A metal distortion
    Leslie a
    Chorus
    A delay
    Reverb AND a little or no hiss or buzz (function pedals switched on)
    + Three compact line 6 tone core connected (c power supply only able to feed more) BUT
    as there is no competition the price is high!
    However, if you do not want noise in his amp he must §
  • stompboxjonstompboxjon

    Quiet, A must have

    Voodoo Lab Pedal Power 2 PlusPublished on 10/02/12 at 13:51
    The Voodoo Lab Pedal Power 2 Plus is a power supply that can take up to 8 different effects pedals. It only cost around 150 dollars, and it has short circuit protection from burn outs and all the outputs are isolated. It is very quite with low noise and provides a lot of power for a little device. It will only take a few minutes to set up your Power 2 Plus and have it running, I am extremely happy to use this and it has become one of the best smaller purchases that I have made for our band. I have tried many other similar power supplies but none from Voodoo, I was really surprised with how well built the Power 2 Plus actually is. For the price of it I expected to get something a lot cheaper…
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    The Voodoo Lab Pedal Power 2 Plus is a power supply that can take up to 8 different effects pedals. It only cost around 150 dollars, and it has short circuit protection from burn outs and all the outputs are isolated. It is very quite with low noise and provides a lot of power for a little device. It will only take a few minutes to set up your Power 2 Plus and have it running, I am extremely happy to use this and it has become one of the best smaller purchases that I have made for our band. I have tried many other similar power supplies but none from Voodoo, I was really surprised with how well built the Power 2 Plus actually is. For the price of it I expected to get something a lot cheaper built.

    The short circuit protection on the Voodoo Lab Pedal Power 2 is a must have for us because from time to time some of our pedals may have some sort of an issue, but on this device if there is an issue the Pedal Power 2 Plus will automatically shut of for a while to make sure the unit doesn’t get damaged. There are no interactions between pedals because everything is isolated, the power supply for each pedal will not be the same which keeps everything separate and running seamlessly.

    The Voodoo Lab Pedal Power 2 comes with more cords than I expected, it has right angle connectors , straight connectors , the 9v battery and a few other cords. It comes with everything you need to just plug in and play and not have to worry about reading manuals or trouble shooting. It is very easy to use and it will last you a lifetime! I recommend this to anyone that is a guitar player, you will need to add this to your set up and let it power your pedals. It is very quite and will remove your ground noise.
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  • patguitarpatguitar

    the standard

    Voodoo Lab Pedal Power 2 PlusPublished on 04/12/12 at 02:58
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    the PP2 + is simply the general standard used by all the pros. the reasons? Rugged, reliable and no buzz (isolated outputs).
    to find a negative point, I would have liked a few more outings, because 8 is a fair bit and beyond, apart from using Y-cables, you need to buy another. Furthermore, the pedal for a bit too greedy (type Strymon timeline), it is blocked, it must move towards the digital PP.
  • AceLeppardAceLeppard

    Simply the Best.

    Voodoo Lab Pedal Power 2 PlusPublished on 03/25/12 at 13:23
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    Concerning all technical features of this power brick, Audiofanzine packed with information, and the site of Voodoo Lab remains the benchmark.
    I do you would learn nothing more than the previous opinions, I'm just joining the mass to celebrate the high efficiency of this product.

    As owner of a Pedaltrain, the mounting system is really a more dedicated, thank you both brands. Be sure of yourself before you start, however, must be dismantled a little box, which should probably cancel the warranty. The value for money is concrete, the machine seems indestructible.

    I have not even used all the possibilities of the trick, or even dared to connect more than 8 pedals, which will be soon. I…
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    Concerning all technical features of this power brick, Audiofanzine packed with information, and the site of Voodoo Lab remains the benchmark.
    I do you would learn nothing more than the previous opinions, I'm just joining the mass to celebrate the high efficiency of this product.

    As owner of a Pedaltrain, the mounting system is really a more dedicated, thank you both brands. Be sure of yourself before you start, however, must be dismantled a little box, which should probably cancel the warranty. The value for money is concrete, the machine seems indestructible.

    I have not even used all the possibilities of the trick, or even dared to connect more than 8 pedals, which will be soon. I have not been able to compare with other bricks, but given the number of teachers who use it, I said it is not by chance that it is so appreciated.

    Given the space available on a Pedaltrain 2, it would have been perfect with 10 outputs. But voodoo lab does is probably not stopped to 8 for nothing.

    Otherwise, it's great, go for it!
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  • spouksspouks

    What could be better?

    Voodoo Lab Pedal Power 2 PlusPublished on 12/03/11 at 07:15
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    I will not talk about the 8 isolated outputs and options via DIP switches, it is well explained dj trs.

    I use this power supply for six months. I feed as much as 15 pedals with this toy: Korg DT10, Danelectro French Fries, Boss CS3, Maxon OD9, Marshall Bluesbreaker II, Boss DS1 Jap (ACA), Boss NS2, Danelectro Fish & Chips (I two), Boss CH1, Boss BF2 Jap (ACA), RC20XL Boss, Line6 Echo Park, Danelectro Tuna Melt and a single LED loop Loop-Master switcher. Before that I used with garlands and power supplies Boss One Spot. In fact, I had only rarely trs problem of ground loops before, but I have the problem NEVER, even when the electrical installation is to plorable (what the amp, he does no…
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    I will not talk about the 8 isolated outputs and options via DIP switches, it is well explained dj trs.

    I use this power supply for six months. I feed as much as 15 pedals with this toy: Korg DT10, Danelectro French Fries, Boss CS3, Maxon OD9, Marshall Bluesbreaker II, Boss DS1 Jap (ACA), Boss NS2, Danelectro Fish & Chips (I two), Boss CH1, Boss BF2 Jap (ACA), RC20XL Boss, Line6 Echo Park, Danelectro Tuna Melt and a single LED loop Loop-Master switcher. Before that I used with garlands and power supplies Boss One Spot. In fact, I had only rarely trs problem of ground loops before, but I have the problem NEVER, even when the electrical installation is to plorable (what the amp, he does not hesitate to remind me). Pedals for added fuel by daisy chain, I dbrouille for Spar those upstream of pramp and those in the loop, the risk of Reduces buzz is. Especially as the Voodoo accepts all the pedals for which it is Designed, even those rputes rcalcitrantes like Line 6 (by the way, this has always dernire t trs accommodating my gard).

    A lot of cable are provided and, except for the 18V cable, they are fairly easy to find the unit. The power supply saves a lot of space over 8 collection outdoor stacked transformers, for a price (22 euros the transformer, but with options supplmentaires), which is not without intr t for a pedalboard. For owners of PB Pedaltrain, this PSU is for you. For others, for that matter. For fans of big-mga-pedalboard, beware one thing: the cables are 50 cm and no more.

    I love the reliability and cleanliness of the power supply. As I am a geek, my set is expected to stabilize around 19 pedals (the worst part is that I use!), I count deuxime get one. Not that she is unable to feed all, but I will outlaw the garlands for good (2 + PP2 and three external transformers, has come under the pedalboard). And frankly, I do not even ask the question, what price, the quality and the size (MXR just released something a little more with 10 isolated outputs if I don ' abuse, but look well aa wide), no hsitation possible. When you have a PP2 +, unless you have a pnible pedals (40V DC or AC, or fat consumption, such Whammy if I'm not mistaken), you can not feed all prs , even in the center positive 9V DC with cable adapted. Above all, you do not ask any more questions. You have the very best.
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  • kinder_guanokinder_guano

    Voodoo Lab Pedal Power 2 PlusPublished on 05/19/07 at 09:15
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    Power supply not Deguelle Pedal (regulated power supply built into the housing).

    - 1A (1000 mA) current.
    - 8 miniswitches in the box to change the behavior of eight power outlets.

    - 4 outputs 9v ACA (format barrel to barrel Boss Boss 5.5x2.1 negative center) switch with "normal" PSA Boss set. With switch "On" is the Boss ACA.

    - 4 outputs 9v L6 (format barrel to barrel Boss Line6 5.5x2.1 5.5x2.5 negative center) b'en here, the Voodoo Lab power supply of a sudden becomes really more versatile than the power supply 'type Dunlop DC Brick . This power supply works perfectly with my L6 Line6 pedals, Aphex.

    - 2 outputs 9v SAG (format barrel to barrel Boss Boss 5.5x2.1 negative center…
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    Power supply not Deguelle Pedal (regulated power supply built into the housing).

    - 1A (1000 mA) current.
    - 8 miniswitches in the box to change the behavior of eight power outlets.

    - 4 outputs 9v ACA (format barrel to barrel Boss Boss 5.5x2.1 negative center) switch with "normal" PSA Boss set. With switch "On" is the Boss ACA.

    - 4 outputs 9v L6 (format barrel to barrel Boss Line6 5.5x2.1 5.5x2.5 negative center) b'en here, the Voodoo Lab power supply of a sudden becomes really more versatile than the power supply 'type Dunlop DC Brick . This power supply works perfectly with my L6 Line6 pedals, Aphex.

    - 2 outputs 9v SAG (format barrel to barrel Boss Boss 5.5x2.1 negative center) switch with "normal" PSA Boss set. With switch "On", one can vary the voltage of 4 to 9V (with the small screw above the 2 outputs).

    - A good bunch of cables: cables 6 Boss 5.5x2.1, 5.5x2.5 Line6 two red cables, a cable to jack 3.5 stereo (food, eh!), A cable "snap" to connect the 9v battery taken to square (excellent, you can power the pedals, which initially can only work with batteries, like Z-Vex, Russian Big Muff, etc).

    - Output in IEC 230v 200 watts max (to feed such a Behringer FCB1010 midi controller, but certainly not an amp!)

    - Dimensions
    Box L = 15cm, l = 9 cm, H = 4cm

    Led Power.
    - Made in America.

    In short, versatility frankly nice (just needs to be choosy, the adapter pedals reverse bias, but it's really to quibble!).

    It's a big power supply 'ultimately very strong!

    No background noise, ground loops, buzz, humm and that sort of thing.

    A well-crafted documentation giving a lot of information about the types of food depending on the brand or models of pedals!

    Welcome versatility, the Pedal Power can adapt to almost any 9v pedal market.
    Well, yes, not possible to supply with my damn tasty but EH Electric Mistress in 24v, but it is the only of all that can go through the Voodoo Lab, where a DC Brick makes hands on too much 9v pedals.

    I now have 3 pedalboard, 2 are fed via Voodoo Lab, and one by a DC Brick. Only because it has a pedalboard and a whammy wah, which take up too much space to put a Voodoo Lab, the Dunlop Brick can just pass.
    The Voodoo is certainly a little more expensive but much more efficient and versatile than the briquette Dunlop. The accessories are also more likely.

    Hop, a link to my opinion on the briquette Dunlop (https://fr.audiofanzine.com/produits/avis/index% 2Cidproduit 2C41490.html%)

    Thank you for making me drool Lonewolf with its Voodoo! Glad I made this purchase!
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  • syl2412syl2412

    Excellent!

    Voodoo Lab Pedal Power 2 PlusPublished on 09/22/11 at 08:11
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    I bought it to replace a cheap power supply (Fame Chrome Tank). The difference in price is to the ear. I confirm previous opinions, the investment is worth it.

    Most:
    The ability to connect Line 6 pedals on the outputs 5 and 6.
    The two small knobs on outputs 7 and 8 that reduce the output voltage. For example, a friend who uses this power supply feeds a Maxon 808 in 4 / 5 volts to soften the sound significantly. It opens up unexpected possibilities.

    The -:
    The value for money is just OK. The power supply is not cheap.

    A remake as a choice? Yes, the noise reduction is very significant.
  • Black LabelBlack Label

    Voodoo Lab Pedal Power 2 PlusPublished on 07/28/08 at 19:38
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    ... At the risk of rpter t say what ... we will not talk of CHARACTERISTICS, read jsute to Kinder.

    I personally use it for a big year. I had to test several power supply diffrent just because I had a buzz fueling concerns of the two chains diffrent pedals with the same case. This PDAL rsout many concerns and really provided a power clean and constant.

    The unit is solid trs apparently saw what it takes in the face for a year ... Only regret of power supplies and more OR 1 or 2 doses of 9V 18V for free (because if you have on your 18v ​​pdalier, will have to order a Y cable because not provided, and use 2X9V to 18v implacable logic ... but too bad considering the price of the machine!).…
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    ... At the risk of rpter t say what ... we will not talk of CHARACTERISTICS, read jsute to Kinder.

    I personally use it for a big year. I had to test several power supply diffrent just because I had a buzz fueling concerns of the two chains diffrent pedals with the same case. This PDAL rsout many concerns and really provided a power clean and constant.

    The unit is solid trs apparently saw what it takes in the face for a year ... Only regret of power supplies and more OR 1 or 2 doses of 9V 18V for free (because if you have on your 18v ​​pdalier, will have to order a Y cable because not provided, and use 2X9V to 18v implacable logic ... but too bad considering the price of the machine!).
    Another finding, positive is that this little heater power supply, despite the charge that I ask (Wah, Rotovibe, H2O, Reverb, Phase90, Gate, Tuner, Stereo Chorus 18v). Apart from the Y cable (if you need it) pack Frun cable is complete, nothing to say ...

    Cel said it will take is a few small lcher uros, between 180 and 230 depending on where you buy (or store net province ...) but for a compact power supply that regulates and quality ... ben good we shake a little bit this month and the guys here we go!
    I put 9 because I aimun 18v spar ...
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  • wwhhhaattwwhhhaatt

    Best investment for a pedal board

    Voodoo Lab Pedal Power 2 PlusPublished on 06/22/11 at 12:10
    This one of the most valued pieces of gear I have. There are other power supplies out there with the ability to power pedals with different demands but the pedal power is perfect for probably 90% of the effects pedal users out there. It provides clean isolated and filtered power through eight individual outputs all packaged in a tough little box. I previously used the Dunlop DC brick which is great for a few pedals but once you start using an effects loop or a wide variety of pedals it can get noisy.

    All the output taps put out 9volts but can also be changed via dip switches to accommodate other power requirements.
    -taps 1 through 4 can be set to power the older boss ACA pedals which …
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    This one of the most valued pieces of gear I have. There are other power supplies out there with the ability to power pedals with different demands but the pedal power is perfect for probably 90% of the effects pedal users out there. It provides clean isolated and filtered power through eight individual outputs all packaged in a tough little box. I previously used the Dunlop DC brick which is great for a few pedals but once you start using an effects loop or a wide variety of pedals it can get noisy.

    All the output taps put out 9volts but can also be changed via dip switches to accommodate other power requirements.
    -taps 1 through 4 can be set to power the older boss ACA pedals which I believe are 12v.
    -taps 5 and 6 provide higher current for pedals that require up to 200ma like the boss dd-20 and can also be set to power the line6 4 series like the dl4 and mm4
    -taps 7 and 8 have sag controls to simulate the effect that a dying battery would have on a pedal.

    I've used mine to power a board full of pedals without issue. By using daisy chains to hook multiple low current drawing pedals to one output you can easily power more than 8 pedals. This works great for simple boxes but it is best to keep digital pedals, especially delays, on a dedicated output to avoid any issues from under powering. There are also many different types of coupling cables you can buy if you need to power pedals with different voltage requirements. You can combine two of the 9volts to get 18v or flip the dip switches and get 24v for things like the electro-harmonix memory man. The added courtesy out on the back allows you to plug in a wall wart if you have anything that needs AC power. This box will keep your pedal board tidy and as noise free as it can get.
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  • nickname009nickname009

    the go-to power supply!!!

    Voodoo Lab Pedal Power 2 PlusPublished on 04/05/11 at 19:32
    specs:

    Toroidal power transformer
    9/12V (x4) – Standard 9V and 12V Boss ACA
    9V (x2) – High Current 9V and Line 6 Modelers
    9V (x2) – Standard 9V With Battery Sag Control
    18V/24V – Using Custom Cables

    The voodoo lab pedal power has been one of if not the most famed power supply out there today. For many reasons, it works, and the support is great! I misplaced one or two of the provided cables and emailed their support, they mailed me one for free and I got it in the next week or so! Awesome!

    I've owned this when I had a semi medium-sized board to power everything. I ended up using every output and even the AC plug to power an extra pedal. My pedals have never stopped working or fried out o…
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    specs:

    Toroidal power transformer
    9/12V (x4) – Standard 9V and 12V Boss ACA
    9V (x2) – High Current 9V and Line 6 Modelers
    9V (x2) – Standard 9V With Battery Sag Control
    18V/24V – Using Custom Cables

    The voodoo lab pedal power has been one of if not the most famed power supply out there today. For many reasons, it works, and the support is great! I misplaced one or two of the provided cables and emailed their support, they mailed me one for free and I got it in the next week or so! Awesome!

    I've owned this when I had a semi medium-sized board to power everything. I ended up using every output and even the AC plug to power an extra pedal. My pedals have never stopped working or fried out on me. Though I've heard many worse stories with other supplies. It's also a decent size, not too big, though of course, if they can ever make them smaller, I wouldn't complain! I have never experienced any excessive noise though I don't notice it being quieter either. Ground loops and hum is not an issue of course. One thing, DO read the manual if you need to power anything in a special or unique or complex way!!! Make sure you plug the cables using the right ends for each input/output etc! I was lucky enough that I went after simple boss-like pedals and just one or two oddball pedals.

    I've now simplified my pedal rig down to 3 or 4, of which use their own power supply or require nearly nothing to power. I'm trying to go boardless if possible and thus sold off the PP2. But if I ever had to build another board, the PP2 would be the one to power'em all! I'd much prefer this over any other power supply for the price. It's decently priced and well worth it!

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  • moosehermanmooseherman

    Voodoo Lab Pedal Power 2 PlusPublished on 06/05/09 at 08:24
    <p style="margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 10.0px Verdana;">What thing do you like most/least about it?

    <p style="margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 10.0px Verdana;"><span style="white-space: pre;"> </span>I've had my fair share of power supply issues in my time. My new favorite is this Pedal Power 2 Plus, simply because its the best PS I've found for reducing noise. This power supply is capable of powering up to 8 9-or-12V pedals at once, and it isolates each one so that there is no buildup of noise. I've never been able to get the right combination of effects without having too much noise or hum in my sound. I also really like the fact that you can switch from 9V to 12V for eac…
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    <p style="margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 10.0px Verdana;">What thing do you like most/least about it?

    <p style="margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 10.0px Verdana;"><span style="white-space: pre;"> </span>I've had my fair share of power supply issues in my time. My new favorite is this Pedal Power 2 Plus, simply because its the best PS I've found for reducing noise. This power supply is capable of powering up to 8 9-or-12V pedals at once, and it isolates each one so that there is no buildup of noise. I've never been able to get the right combination of effects without having too much noise or hum in my sound. I also really like the fact that you can switch from 9V to 12V for each input, which makes things incredible easy and ideal if you are using various pedals. I also enjoy some of the finer controls that the pedal offers. For instance, if you need high current to power a pedal, you can set the Pedal Power 2 to deliver that. It also has a nice SAG feature, which I don't fully understand, but I can tell that It allows some pedals to be dampened. From what I've gathered it allows you to decrease the voltage for pedals. It doesn't work well for everything but my fuzz pedal sounds great sometimes when I need it to back off a bit. Although I've never been able to do it since I don't have the appropriate pedals, the Pedal Power 2 plus also has the option of powering 18V and 24V devices as well, though this requires some extra cables.

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    <p style="margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 10.0px Verdana;">Did you try many other models before getting this one?

    <p style="margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 10.0px Verdana;">I used to have to limit myself not only to Boss pedals, but to 9V ones at that, to avoid making noise (and so that I could daisy-chain the pedals and therefore only have to use one power supply). This makes that problem nonexistant. This is a better product than anything I've tried.

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    <p style="margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 10.0px Verdana;">What is your opinion about the value for the price?

    <p style="margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 10.0px Verdana;">If you have a lot of pedals, this is totally worth the price. It usually only runs for about $170 but you could possibly find a used one for cheaper (though I doubt too many people are trying to get rid of them, considering how sweet they are!)

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    <p style="margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 10.0px Verdana;">Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice?...

    <p style="margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 10.0px Verdana;">I would absolutely recommend this power supply over any other, assuming that one has enough pedals to justify buying it. If you're only using one or two pedals, it might not be ideal. 

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    <p style="margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 10.0px Verdana;">Precision and quality of the sound?

    <p style="margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 10.0px Verdana;">I think the best thing about this supply is that each pedal sounds virtually the same as it would if it was the only pedal that was plugged in. This is rare among pedals that share power supplies. Therefore that's the best way to describe the quality of the sound, which is only as good as the sound of the pedals you are using (as well as the amp and guitar/bass). 

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