Any pics of a 1-Spot powering multiple pedals?

jazzwannabe

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I'd like to see how the daisy-chain thing hooks up to the 1-Spot, and then to the other pedals. I understand that the only choices are 5 and 8 plugs, is that correct? I'm only going to have three pedals at most.

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shawnshack

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I'll try and post a pic tomorrow of mine. I have the 8 plug, with a 5 plug hooked onto that. I'm powering 10 pedals (listed in my sig). I made a copy of a pedal train and have the adapter routed from underneath. It looks a little sloppy from underneath, but nice form on top :).
 

aziltz

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5 space on everything but the rt 66
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DaveG

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Just put a small rubber vacuum cap (from the auto parts store) over the unused plugs, and tuck them out of the way...

Like Tedzepplin says, you'll eventually need 'em. :D
 

rul8agn

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Here's mine from a few months ago. I had to daisy chain the 8 and the 5 plug to a single One-Spot. No noise and only two outlets needed(amp and one-spot)
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aziltz

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i didnt realize you could drive more than one daisy chain... I'll have to pick another one up!
 

Jack DeVille

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this is a two one-spot set-up. one powers the echo park (its REALLY sensitive to power) and the other runs everything else. quiet, until you hit the strings...

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