Pedal Power Supply w/Small Footprint, Low Profile?

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by Twangmeister, Feb 28, 2008.

  1. Twangmeister

    Twangmeister Supporting Member

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    I have a PedalTrain Jr. that I use for practice and rehearsals so I don't have to schlep around the "Big Board", and I would like to mount a 9V supply underneath, something like the T-Rex Fuel Tank Junior, etc. Can anyone recommend a compact, low-profile unit that might do the trick? T-Rex? SingleFlex? Bueller? Thanks!
     
  2. tonecrazy

    tonecrazy Supporting Member

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    Dunlop Brick. Done
     
  3. innocent_bystander

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    +1 with the brick or you can have you pedaltrain jr modded to mount a pedal power 2
     
  4. Ocean

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    The Dunlop brick was surprisingly small the first time I saw it....+1

    I use Voodoo Lab but the DC brick is about half the size.
     
  5. Twangmeister

    Twangmeister Supporting Member

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    Thanks, gentlemen. I use the PPII on the the big board, but I was looking for something smaller and less costly. I'll find me a Brick.
     

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