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Godlyke PA-9 Power-All Power Supply
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Why keep buying expensive batteries for your stomp boxes when you can use the Godlyke PA-9 Power-All Power Supply? The Power-All can power up to 20 -...Read More
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Why keep buying expensive batteries for your stomp boxes when you can use the Godlyke PA-9 Power-All Power Supply? The Power-All can power up to 20 - 9V effect pedals or similar devices. It delivers up to 1.7 amps per device and can run on any AC power supply from 100-240V. It doesn't use a transformer, so forget about 60-cycle hum. Takes up only one outlet socket space (unlike typical wall wart adapters). The Power-All comes complete with a 5-connector daisy-chain cable as well as a 7-piece modular jack assembly that allows it to work with barrel, phone, vintage, and reverse polarity units. The Godlyke PA-9 Power-All Power Supply comes with a lifetime guarantee.
The perfect solution to powering your pedals!
- Powers up to 20 pedals and similar devices
- Replaces Boss PSA-120, Boss ACA-120, DOD PS-200R, Morley 9V, Danelectro DA-1, Dunlop ECB-003, Ibanez AC-109, Guyatone AC-2, Maxon AC210N, and just about any other 9V power supply
- Low-noise transformerless design
- Uses only one wall socket
- Runs on 100-240V
- Includes 5-connector daisy-chain cable (additional cables available)
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Most Liked Positive Review
This is a HUGE value
I got my Godlyke PA-9, plus a separate daisy chain. I'm running a Dano Compressor, Dano EQ, Boss Rod-10, Tech21 XXL, Dunlop Crybaby, DOD Flanger, Boss Stereo Chorus,...Read complete review
I got my Godlyke PA-9, plus a separate daisy chain. I'm running a Dano Compressor, Dano EQ, Boss Rod-10, Tech21 XXL, Dunlop Crybaby, DOD Flanger, Boss Stereo Chorus, and a Boss Digital Stereo delay, all from the same little power supply; with no signal degradation.I was concerned that by using so many pedals on one unit I would get some drop, but thank Godlyke (ha!) I didn't. This is the wickedest value I've ever come across to power these pedals. If you've got pedals, buy one of these. No more of that freak out that happens when your digital delay starts loosing its battery power, no weak signals into my distortion/overdrive units so I still get a wicked tone. It came with all the proper plugs to hook all of my pedals up, so I didn't need to buy anything else. There is plenty of length from plug to plug on the daisy chain so that you don't end up with a wasted plug. This thing is really awesome for what it does, really, really awesome.
Most Liked Negative Review
Convenient, but noisy.
The design is good but the daisy-chain causes hum and buzz when used on effects on the same time, which defeats the purpose. I had a Dunlop Q-Wah, Boss TU-2, Line 6...Read complete review
The design is good but the daisy-chain causes hum and buzz when used on effects on the same time, which defeats the purpose. I had a Dunlop Q-Wah, Boss TU-2, Line 6 Echo Park, and Ibanez TS-9 hooked up using the Power-All and I was receiving enourmous buzz when I had the Echo Park plugged in. I at first thought it was the pedal that was at fault but upon further inspection I found on Line 6's website that the pedal is meant to be powered with a dedicated source.Indeed this was true as the noise was eliminated when I plugged a single 9v adapter into the Echo Park. Upon further examination, I realized that the Power-All was also adding slight noise and hum to my TS-9 and Cry baby wah. Any combination of 2 or more pedals with the Power-All generated signal noise, even if the pedals were switched off.I am using a Fender Twin Amp and the noise was there regardless of if I was switched to 25 or 100 tube watts.I had this product for over 1 year.I wouldn't recommend this unless adding noise to your rig isn't an issue.
Reviewed by 32 customers
These are quiet without buzz or hum and seem to be of decent quality. It should be noted however, that connector ends are actually angled, not straight. That was a bonus for me - but not expected. Anyway, I have two and these guys are very versatile without a doubt.
I have been using this power supply for a few months now and I have been impressed. The amount of included adapters is great. I have worked around every problem, including pedals that only accept 9v batteries using the 9v clip adapter. I have used this pedal with the daisy chain filled with dano pedals, a wah, an Ibanez box, a little two octave keyboard, and even my dartboard. It has not let me down yet. I would recommend this pedal to anyone.
As I started grow as a guitarist and want more than just a distortion, one the biggest problems was powering them all. So I was looking at adapters and daisy chain cables. Well this is pretty much your absolute solution. Only takes up on spot on your power bar, comes with many adapters for different tips so if you have one pedal with a different end you don't have to get a whole adapter, it even has one that plugs into the 9 v jack so if it doesn't have an adapter barrel you still don't have to use batteries. The price is great and it is pretty much a one stop solutions for those with multiple effects and wanting to build their own pedal board(or just looking for a daisy chain). The only extra purchases you will have to make is if you want to power over pedals. Love it, made life easy.
Great set, worth the money for sure. I have a bunch of Boss rack effects (r-10 series) and these work perfect for them. Used the extra battery-to-ac for my old, old crybaby pedal. Would buy another if needed.
I bought the power supply about 6 months or a year ago. I've been using it to power my growing pedal board, but it can't hold up. The quality of the daisy chain is great (and comes with every adapter you would ever ask for), but it doesn't supply enough power. It handles my Wah, Metal Zone, and DD-6 Delay just fine, but if I add anything else my output plummets and I get a lot of added noise (in particular, I get a echo-like "chah..." sound when I stop playing).
This supply is awesome! I run it through six pedals (Digitech Synth Wah and digidelay, Boss SD-1, Ibanez WD-7, Korg DT-10, and a GreyMods tremolo). It gives power to all of them without the hum. Or hiss. Or whatever problems you've had in the past. This is an awesome power feed. But it could be a little cheaper...
I've had this thing for over a year now and it really does the job. With the cord extensions, it currently powers Proco Rat, Boss SD-1, EHX Big Muff, Danelectro EQ, & Line 6 Echo Park. It doesn't create any buzzing on any of my pedals, not even on my Line 6 pedal. It always powers up when I want it to and it's withstood a half a year of road abuse. And then there's the price, what a value! My pedalboard may grow during this comming recording session and if that happens, you can bet I'll be getting a second one of these.
I have a few of these with daisy chains, and for some reason one just cuts off for no apparent reason. The others work fine, but that one you just never know if it is going to cut on or not. Leave it alone for a few days and it powers back up. It may run for a few days and then cuts off. I have since started using the Visual Sound 1 Spot Combo Pack and so far it works great.
This is a pretty good daisy chain. There is a pretty good reach between each adapter without the jumper cables. Powers Boss and Ibanez pedals great. Even used the reverse polarity jumper to power an old school rat and it worked great. However, do not purchase this if you want to power single Line 6 pedals. I haven't found a daisy chain that will power them without buzz anyway - but it can power everything else very effectively. Good Buy.
I've had it for 10 months now and it seems to randomly stop working, once at a gig and that was a bummer. It'll work fine for a while, then unexpectedly it'll just stop powering. I've tried tracking down the problem but I it remains a mystery so I leave it alone and the next day it's working again. I only have a few 9V pedals so that's not it. For me, the thing has been unreliable.