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Voodoo Labs Pedal Power 2+

shwn

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Does anyone use a Pedal Power 2+? I was looking at purchasing one and I like to know what users think of theirs...
I'm tired of using 9 volt batteries and I don't want to run multiple power cords for each pedal, so I thought this would be a good idea...
 

tazzboy

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I had one once and they are great. Yes they are expensive, but you don't run into ground loops and each output is isolated.
 

gatordoc

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One of my best purchases to date. Bought one several years ago, stuck it under my pedal board, and never even think about it. I'm currently running 12 pedals off mine. Got rid of the need for batteries, power strips, etc. once and for all.
 

dshobe

Rocky Mountain Way By The Atlantic
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Definitely get one. Much more convenient than batteries, and better than the non isolated power supplies. If you don't need the extra features of the PP2+, check out the BBE Supa Charger. It's very good as well.

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Teleman76

Tubes-a-glowin
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Definitely grab one. I'll echo what everyone else has said. Perfect in every way. Eliminates them pesky ground loops.
 

hipfan

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Yeah, it's the industry standard for a reason. Many years on mine, without a hiccup.
 

Jason_77

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One of my best purchases to date. Bought one several years ago, stuck it under my pedal board, and never even think about it. I'm currently running 12 pedals off mine. Got rid of the need for batteries, power strips, etc. once and for all.
My experience too. There's no reason not to have one, really. I keep mine under my board; just plug in a power cord and I'm good to go.
 

shwn

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I guess I really should buy this! I'm hoping that the local store has one in stock so I don't have to order it...
 

Classic09

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The only reason not to get the PP2+ is if you need more than 8 outlets and want to go with the MXR MC403.
 

BootRoots

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A must have for me. Currently running two under my pt pro. Can handle any pedal out there.
 

rotlung

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I can't hear a difference in my PP2+ and my One Spot. I use the One Spot in my PT Nano and PP2+ on my PT1. Both work great, no noise, whatever... PP2+ definitely looks cleaner though.
 

JRC4558Dude

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The only reason not to get the PP2+ is if you need more than 8 outlets and want to go with the MXR MC403.
If you run out of outlets, you can always daisy chain your pedals.

I routinely run 5 pedals off one outlet with a One Spot daisy chain with no problems. Yes, it's ideal to have each pedal on its own isolated outlet, but many low-current drawing analog pedals can be chained without noise issues.

I've had a PP2 and an Iso5 on my board for years now. Terrific products.
 

Empros

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PP2+ user for a while now, one of the best things you can buy. Eliminates a lot of problems. One less thing to worry about, and is worth the money.
 

wallinbb

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PP2+ user for a while now, one of the best things you can buy. Eliminates a lot of problems. One less thing to worry about, and is worth the money.
Absolutely 100% agree. Cleaned out a whole lot of white noise and LFO noise from my effects.

And, they are unbelievably good to work with. I fried an old PP, and they fixed it n/c. It took a while, but the unit came back 100%.
 






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