pedalgear.net Juicebox pics?

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  1. BrianB

    BrianB Member

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    Anyone have some real pics of this thing, maybe next to a PP2? Thanks :D
     
  2. themusicboxstudios

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    if its the same size as the juicebox 2, it's quite a bit bigger than the pedal power.
     
  3. BrianB

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    Thanks, I sort of know how big it is, the visual with a PP2 would just be a plus. More than size I want to see what it really looks like. All they have on the website is a rendering of the front...
     
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    he's a really nice guy
     
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    I've emailed Tony at pedalgear.net to see what he can do. I'd put up pictures of mine but I don't have a place to host them.
     
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    I emailed him too... If you want to email the pics I can host them :)
     
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    I'll shoot and post photos this Wednesday if it hasn't happened already by that point. Off memory, it's about the size of one of the BOSS double pedals (RC20) and maybe a little deeper front to back than the Voodoo Labs unit, but a tad shorter as well. Tony's a great guy and works closely with another friend who's out near my house. They have rehearsals on Wednesdays and have two (I think) of the preproduction Juiceboxes out. Beta testing or final debugging or whatever, but I think everyone's well-pleased.

    Best,

    Michael
     
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    Actually, the production models are out and they're available. Sorry I haven't gotten the pictures up yet. Things have been slamming around here. I should be able to get something up for you over the holidays.

    Thanks for your patience,

    Tony@pedalgear.net
     
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    Just sent my PP2 away, but here's the Juice in its place (please excuse the rats nest of wiring.!..I have some organizing to do!). This may help for size/proportion purposes...it's deeper front to back but not as wide as the PP.
    Greg

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    Here's another pic that gives you a better idea of front panel cosmetics.

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    Dang That's Big:p
     
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    It's only a little bigger than a PP2.
     
  13. BrianB

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    Thanks for the pic. That thing looks pretty sweet.
     
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    Pedalgear's new version Juicebox is the most versatile pedalboard power supply I've ever found. Will cover just about any voltage for any pedal. I have two early version units, one that I've had for over 6 years and now lives in my Bradshaw rack powering the tray of pedals. The other is on a 2nd pedalboard I've built. Really glad to finally see these on the market. With a doubt the best one out there.
     
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    PStroud you meant 'without a doubt the best one out there' right?
    BTW, I'm sure you get this all the time but you haven't got it from me so I have to tell you I really enjoy your playing.
    B.
     
  16. markom89

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    Here are some pictures I just took so that you can see the size difference between the PP2+ and the Juicebox 3.0... It's really worth it size wise. It's a great power supply. dead quiet.

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  17. BrianB

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    Thanks markom, only took you a year ;)
     
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    That looks like a nice pice of equipment. Looks like its high quality. What are some of the advantages of it over a PP2?
     
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    Marko, did you have noise problems with the PP2? I'm trying to decide which power supply I should get to replace the noisy one I'm running now. Eagerly awaiting for the CAE/Dunlop to come out... BTW, is the Juicebox available in a 220V version?
     
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    Hey Andy, I wouldn't call it so much a noise "problem" as it was just a constant type of hum that was just there... This juicebox is DEAD quiet. You'd think it's dead or something it's so quiet.
     

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