It's no secret that amplifiers and effects can really power up a performance! But before they can do that, they have to be powered up themselves - and this lineup of amplifiers and effects power supplies is up to the task. There are plenty of options to choose from, so you can decide on the configuration that works best for powering your personal setup. If you're ready to kiss goodbye to changing batteries all the time, then you've come to the right place. And that's just the first benefit; with a steady stream of reliable power, you'll also be able to get consistent voltage, which means equally consistent performance, so your pedals will always sound just the way you want them to.
"But wait," you might be saying, "I like the way my fuzz pedals sound when the battery is run-down. There's no way they could sound that good with a power supply, right?" Not necessarily! Some power supplies, including the Voodoo Lab Pedal Power 2+ Power Supply and the MXR M238 ISO-Brick Power Supply Unit, feature adjustable "sag" outlets that allow you to simulate the effect of a low battery, so not only will you be able to get that amazing sound out of your fuzz pedals, but you'll get it much more reliably and without the hassle of hunting for batteries at the perfect level of "drained" all the time.
Are you looking for a power supply that'll fit something other than effects pedals? No sweat; those are here too! Of course, it depends on what that other thing is. If it's an Orange Crush PiX CR3, then the Orange Amplifiers Power Supply for CR3 will have you covered. For a Behringer UB1202, XENYX 1202 or Q1202USB, there's the Behringer PSU5UL 120V Power Supply. And if you want to plug in a Tone Hammer Preamp/DI Box, check out the Aguilar Tone Hammer Power Supply - it can handle input voltages from 120 up to 240 and it includes a bundle of AC adaptors so you'll be all set for your world tour.
Go ahead and leave the batteries behind! With the right set of amplifiers and effects power supplies, you'll be ready to play anywhere there's a wall outlet at your disposal, and the chores of checking battery levels and dislodging pedals from the board for battery changes will be things of the past. Of course you'll still have the option of going back to batteries for those few times you may actually not have access to a plug - but for the vast majority of your shows, they'll be one less thing to worry about.
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