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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 07-13-2010, 02:16 PM Thread Starter
 
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Pedal power for DL4...

Right, I finally have enough pedals to warrant a pedalboard, and it'll make carrying my roadster footswitch around a bit easier.

My problem is I can;t be arsed to carry around the massive PX2 Power supply for my DL4. Now on my pedalboard I want to power a TS808, possibly a BB Preamp (not at the same time, lol!), a Korg Pitchblack, and a Line 6 DL4.

I've read lots of forums where nobody comes up with a straight answer.

Here and now, is there a pedalboard power supply that will run all of these pedals simultaneously?

By power supply I mean the T Rex Fuel tank or Voodoo Labs Pedal Power.
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Re: Pedal power for DL4...

VL Pedal Power 2 has outputs specifically for Line6 modeller pedals. I have two of them on my pedalboard and they've never given me any problems. They also have a couple of outputs with a sag control which apparently allows you to simulate a dying battery (if you like that sort of thing).
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Re: Pedal power for DL4...

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VL Pedal Power 2 has outputs specifically for Line6 modeller pedals. I have two of them on my pedalboard and they've never given me any problems. They also have a couple of outputs with a sag control which apparently allows you to simulate a dying battery (if you like that sort of thing).
+1. I'm running a PP2 on my Pedaltrain board as well. It's incredibly versatile and *will* run your Line 6 pedals, it's even got a line supply out for running anything older that needs it's own adapter or runs off line voltage.
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post #4 of 4 (permalink) Old 07-14-2010, 12:32 PM Thread Starter
 
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Re: Pedal power for DL4...

Super, thanks.

Is that what the 'L6' thing means?
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