Pedal Power MONDO is a high-current capable power supply that can power the largest and most diverse pedal boards. From digital power-hungry effects like those from Strymon, Eventide, Line 6, TC Elect... Read More
Pedal Power MONDO is a high-current capable power supply that can power the largest and most diverse pedal boards. From digital power-hungry effects like those from Strymon, Eventide, Line 6, TC Electronic and more, plus compatibility with all standard 9-volt battery stompboxes, MONDO is perfect for large to gigantic pedal boards. Features 12 completely isolated, filtered, and regulated output sections that will keep your pedals dead quiet and free from high-frequency noise that occurs with digital "switching" power supplies.
Pedal Power MONDO also features an internal thermometer that controls a silent fan keeping the unit cool even under the most adverse heat conditions of outdoor festival stages. Even with poor AC line conditions, it delivers clean, consistent power. Handmade in the USA using the finest components, Pedal Power MONDO was designed to meet and exceed the needs of our most demanding professional users.
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Comments about Voodoo Lab Pedal Power Mondo:
First off let me say that I run a very strange board full of acoustic, electric, and vocal effects. I play a T5 with an additional D-TAR Wavelength pickup so I can run simultaneous electric and acoustic signals out. I run lots of high draw digital pedals. I started out the budget route with a Godlyke and daisy chained everything, but when I started playing regularly at my latest venue, their dirty power quickly burned that little fella up. I move to a T-Rex engineering pedal supply for a while, but it only lasted me a few months. After burning through several power supplies I finally picked up a monster single outlet power conditioner and ponied up the dough for the Voodoo labs Mondo, and haven't looked back. Several years later and it's still churning out everything I need week after week and it does so hidden under my board. It's the unsung hero of my pedal board.