Will Line 6 Tone Core pedals work with power supplies

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  1. chasyboy

    chasyboy Member

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    like the DC Brick or PedalPower2?

    and does anyone like their Verbzilla?
     
  2. JoeB63

    JoeB63 Supporting Member

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    Should work fine with the Pedal Power 2.
     
  3. cbpickin

    cbpickin Tweed Supporting Member Silver Supporting Member

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    Will work fine with those. I use my Verbzilla with a Godlyke power-all and it works fine with no added noise or hum. Yes, I like my Verbzilla very much for adding some verb to my tweed deluxe
     
  4. Angle Loss

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    I use an Echo Park (a real early one) and a Verbzilla fine with a Voodoo Lab Pedal Power 2+. The Echo Park doesn't like to be daisy chained though. The VL PP2+ is a much better unit than the Dunlop Brick. Don't waste your money on that. It's better to get a Godlyke Powerall at half the price. The Dunlop has all the power outputs in parallel (same as being "daisy chained").
     
  5. JamesW

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    PP2 works just fine for me. No hissing.
     
  6. exhausted

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    PP2 works fine for me with both the verbzilla and echo park.
     
  7. ned911

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    +1 on the Verbzilla with the Godlyke power all.
     
  8. rabbit

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    My EchoPark didn´t like my Cioks power supply. It added noise when in bypass mode. The hiss was amplified with the repeats and delay time that were dialed in, like "hiss ... hiss ... hiss ..." (you got that? hard to explain)

    In the store however they use a daisy chain and everything was fine.
    But since the power supply works fine with my other pedals and I also had other noise issues with the EchoPark I returned it. I am very sorry about that cause it´s a great pedal and I´d really like to own one. I just don´t want to buy one after another and try to find one that is not noisy (for me at least; many people don´t have issues at all with it).

    Hope you I did not detract you from buying some ToneCore pedal. They are really good. In the end you will have to find out for yourself whether it works or not:BEER Good Luck
     
  9. Moe45673

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    A true-blue vintage Echo Park?????

    :moon:moon:moon:moon:moon:moon
     

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