- Aug 10, 2019
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What's your choice of power supply for your pedal board?
I normally use GigRig power for my boards.10,000 mAh phone charger battery....
and some cables and voltage converter and some ingenuity.
Is this one using the switching technology of the DC7? I can't remember but I thought it was torroidal. Their naming system is not very obvious. I ordered a DC7 recently but it is on backorder. Damn Prymaxe. I get suckered in by their discounts and then end up waiting 10x longer because they don't get stuff in stock in a timely manner.
That is nice and tidy!! How long does it take to charge the Anker power supply and how long does it last?I normally use GigRig power for my boards.
Fantastic modular system expandable for any size board - totally silent
power chain is.
generator into 6 way distributor.
distributor feeds high current / voltage adaptors, timelord (mobius) , supa nova (compressor) and isolator which provides 4x isolated outputs
My practice board is a mix of GigRig and Anker 21000 mah powerbank
lil Moxie 5v - 9v convertor
GigRig Virutal battery (for Fuzz)
For a pro quality pedalboard, the best solution I have seen is @Freddy G 's rig. Strymon Ojai (I think) plugged into a custom loom with the Ojai transformer mounted back behind the amp so there is zero noise / interference at the pedalboard. I think I am going to go this route too.
How long will the Anker hold a charge while it's not being used? Does it's charge dissipate after a few days of sitting in the case or does it have some resilience? I've never used one of these battery packs before. thanksthe Anker takes about 4 hours to fully charge and I've had well over 30 hours use from one charge