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Remote Power Supply for pedals (incl. GT-001)

BuleriaChk

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I just found out about this - powers up my Behringer TO800, GT-001 and GT-1 - uses two 9-volt batteries so more capacity than a single battery. Seems like a good backup where you don't have to open the case (i.e., can use with the Wampler Euphoria if the battery dies) Nice to be able to use the GT-001 without a computer as a remote device).

Not expensive, and so far no gotchas....
 

BuleriaChk

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Here are other options:
1. A single 9v battery powered my GT-001 about 3 hours:

2. From a USB port or battery pack:

(The combination is better than the one I posted earlier (no confusion about the 9V, and the adapter is red.... :)
 

BuleriaChk

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Update: I have run the GT-001 with the Switchblade Audio PowerPack (two 9v batteries) for 6 hours now with no issues, so it works great standalone as a "pedal" mfx without the need for a computer. I'll update here when it finally runs out....

Update: Batteries finally gave out after 6 hours and 45 minutes. No appreciable harm to the GT-001 (it just went dark.... Batteries were barely warm to the touch... :)

I am a very happy camper.... :)
 
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