Cool - Thanks. As said, it looks great, and the price is definitely right. May get one soonI made the mistake of telling the engineer who designed it that I thought it was cheap! I was then privvy to a lesson on how noisy power supplies are usually, and how they sag when underspec'd. Apparently the components were chosen to be the quietest and the most powerful available.
I saw it in use at the London Guitar Show powering 50 pedals!
Needless to say I now use one.
I also heard that they are planning to bring out a battery simulator with a toroidal transformer to isolate the pedal. Can't wait to try one of those with my Fuzz Face and noisy Line 6 pedals.
Yes, that is the new name. It looks great. I'll get one, when finances allow. The Virtual Battery looks great as well - I'm sure there are pedals that could make use of that; I'm surprised someone else hasn't marketed such a product already. (have they?)Do you mean the Gig Rig Generator, by any chance?
I just picked up one of those secondhand on eBay last week for £45 and my initial impressions are that it is very very good indeed. As quiet as any PSU I've tried and a third of the size and weight of any other I've seen. It doesn't seem to solve the problem of noisy Line 6 Tonecore pedals, which simply don't like daisy-chains, but then nothing else seems to either. My L6 Leslie is b**tard noisy!
I'm very intrigued by Gig Rig's new "Virtual Battery" transformer/adaptor, which is supposed to overcome such problems, but it doesn't seem to be on the market yet. Don't suppose anyone here has tried one have they?