Used by top touring and recording musicians everywhere, the Voodoo Lab Pedal Power 2 Plus is the industry standard power supply for all battery-operated guitar effects. With eight 9V completely isolat... Read More
Used by top touring and recording musicians everywhere, the Voodoo Lab Pedal Power 2 Plus is the industry standard power supply for all battery-operated guitar effects. With eight 9V completely isolated, regulated, and highly filtered outputs, Pedal Power 2 Plus will make your pedals sound consistently at their best. A custom designed, ultra-low noise toroidal transformer delivers quiet operation, free of hum and noise.
Features two outputs that can be switched to power Line 6 modeling pedals, and two outputs with variable voltage "sag" to emulate dying carbon batteries for nailing that vintage sound in your wah, overdrive or fuzz. Plus, with its isolated outs, you can combine them to create 18V and more! Pedal Power 2 Plus is hand made in the U.S.A. and comes complete with cables, detachable AC power cord, and a 5-year warranty.
Reviewed by 15 customers
If you are serious about your guitar tone then you have to get this product. I run 7 pedals on my board and was previously using the Visual Sound One Spot for many years. After setting my board up with this power supply, I noticed improved clarity of tone in the guitar signal and heard no electrical feedback noises or hum. Worth every penny!
While I don't have use for some of the more advanced functionality of the 2+, this Pedal Power, teamed up with a Pedal Power Digital (for a Strymon Timeline and a future Strymon Blue Sky), gives me all the connectivity I could ever want. I chose this unit and a Pedal Power Digital over a Pedal Power Mondo for one reason - the price. While the Mondo is an awesome all-in-one that's really both of those units combined, I was able to get both for about $100 less (granted, I bought one refurbished). One of the awesome features is the additional power outlet on the back. I have a Line 6 X3 that I have on my pedalboard, and no power supply can handle it (It has something like a 1800mA requirement). With this, I was able to power that, and the majority of my pedals, all in one place. If you're concerned with quality, don't be. There's a reason so many people pick these power supplies. It's awesome. If you're concerned about the look, don't be. It's probably going to be hidden under your pedalboard anyway. I haven't tried the "sag" functionality (mainly because I don't care about that), but I did pick up a voltage doubler cable for my Fulltone Full Drive 2, and it's a lovely difference. Bottom line - if you're looking for a power supply to power most pedals, this is the guy to get, and it just works. If I had to request any feature, it's that I wish it did power conditioning as well.
I purchased the Voodoo PP2 about a month ago so I am past the "honeymoon" stage. I could not be happier. The thing is built like a friggin' tank but still doesn't take up too much room on your board. I decided to purchase the PP2 to clean up my current pedalboard set up. (It only took me 20 years to get around to it. Lol!!) My set up is now clean and professional looking thanks to the PP2. It has so many options for so many different pedals. I've used it on several different occasions and the thing is dead silent. You get what you pay for. In this case it's true quality built is the USA!
This power unit is fantastic. It gives full power to 8 regular size pedals. It comes with everything you need to get started. You can tell when you open the box up that this thing definitely means business. My brother told me when I showed him, "I didn't think it was going to be THAT professional". This thing is built like a tank and I have no doubts that it will last well beyond the 5 year manufacture guarantee. My only gripe is that it doesn't come with a cable split for powering an 18 volt pedal. You must buy that separate. Stop thinking about it and pick this up. It's a bit pricey, but well worth it for the professionalism. If you had any noise from power before, you won't ever have to worry about it again. My next investment will be the pedaltrain pedal board. I can't wait to mount this baby onto it.
The 1-Spot is great value if you just have 2-4 stomps. But I had got up to 7 or 8 and I couldn't get rid of the hiss. I forked out for the Pedal Power 2+ and once I'd rewired my pedalboard - no more hiss. In fact, I might actually be able to disconnect the Boss NS-1 noise suppressor. Solidly built and with plenty of plug options. A great investment.
I've used the wall warts that came with my line 6 and Boss pedals since the day I bought them years and years ago. Tired of hauling them around in a bag, I finally built a pedal board. No good pedal board is complete without clean isolated power, right? On a recommendation from a friend, I bought the Voodoo Pedal Power 2 Plus. Man, am I happy! My pedals never sounded so good!! And, it can run everything on my board. It has alternate voltage for line 6 modelers like my DL4 as well as 9v for all my Boss pedals. It has 8 outputs plus a side A/C you can use for some other random piece of gear. Very cool! I highly recommend it!
I previously powered my small arsenal of six pedals with a 1 SPOT daisy chain. I was doing some research on Uni-vibe pedals and kept noticing that a great number of folks (some notable, some not) powered their board(s) with this Voodoo Lab Pedal Power unit. Aside from the occasional small �ۡ��̏pop�ۡ�ݕ�_ when turning on or off a pedal, I suffered no extra noise or hum with my current set up. Nonetheless, I was intrigued as to why this power unit was so popular. So, I started researching power supplies as well. I liked what I read about filtered, regulated, & isolated power for each unit with some bonus features like sagging to replicate a dying battery. After pouring over some user reviews from various websites, I decided to go ahead and upgrade to the Voodoo Lab Pedal Power 2 Plus. What an incredible difference! I noticed right off that my new Deja-Vibe was more accentuated and, well, "vibrant." I also noticed my Crybaby was reaping the rewards from this new power source as it too was more pronounced and lively. I realized that with all the power chained together, some pedals were being starved a little and thus, losing some of their sound quality potential. Perhaps it�ۡ���s just me, but after adding this Voodoo Lab power source, I can attest that my wonderful little pedalboard just got a little more wonderful.
I just started puting a pedalboard together within the past month. I am now up to 7, with two more on the way. I had purchased a Godlyke Power all because of the good reviews and the great price. The only problem are the ground loops. I unfortunately had an obnoxious hiss that I couldn't stand. I decided to try the Pedal Power 2+, and I'm glad I did. There is added noise from my pedal chain. With humbuckers, the signal is dead silent, and the same with my Strat in the 2 & 4 positions. This power supply is very versatile and well built. The voltage sag is a nice feature for fuzz pedals. I also found out that a special cable can be purchased to split a single output into two, without the posibility of a ground loop. If you think this can only power eight 9v pedals, think again. The only thing I wish this little box had would be some little mounting tabs or some mounting brackets to attach it to the underside of my home made pedal board.
Until I figure out how to delete my previous review... It turned out there was a bad cable in my order that prevented me to make my TC Nova delay and my Ethos booster/distortion work. This Voodoo Lab power supply has no problem handling these units and it does it silently. As a matter of fact, it will pretty much handle everything your throw at it, until your run out of outputs!
A nifty little unit that can provide power to most small pedals, but don't get fooled by the specs, it is not going to do too well with digital hogs such as the TC Nova pedals and other exotics. Two of its outputs claim to be switchable to 12 volt DC, but their wattage drops below the point of most units rating, making that voltage essentially useless... I give it a 5 star for quality of construction and cool looks, but for the price, one would expect a bit more bang! Also, it is important to note that unlike the "brick" by Dunlop, you can't take this one out to countries which use different voltages without the need of an extra AC transformer. But for the local warrior on a budget, this Voodoo Lab PS looks like it's going to last forever!