Depending on how much i dig the h9 i may b willing to ditch the hog2 & then there wood b no prob w current doubling. Most adapters offer 200-500 ma or even 1000 ma (1 amp) so you're always going to be fine for that part of the equation. .ehsOqYO6dxn_Pf9Dzwu37{margin-top:0;overflow:visible}._2pFdCpgBihIaYh9DSMWBIu{height:24px}._2pFdCpgBihIaYh9DSMWBIu.uMPgOFYlCc5uvpa2Lbteu{border-radius:2px}._2pFdCpgBihIaYh9DSMWBIu.uMPgOFYlCc5uvpa2Lbteu:focus,._2pFdCpgBihIaYh9DSMWBIu.uMPgOFYlCc5uvpa2Lbteu:hover{background-color:var(--newRedditTheme-navIconFaded10);outline:none}._38GxRFSqSC-Z2VLi5Xzkjy{color:var(--newCommunityTheme-actionIcon)}._2DO72U0b_6CUw3msKGrnnT{border-top:none;color:var(--newCommunityTheme-metaText);cursor:pointer;padding:8px 16px 8px 8px;text-transform:none}._2DO72U0b_6CUw3msKGrnnT:hover{background-color:#0079d3;border:none;color:var(--newCommunityTheme-body);fill:var(--newCommunityTheme-body)} All Digitech Hardwire pedals run on 9V power supplies, but internally are bumped up to 18V. Micro Philosphers Tone, Micro Disnortion). Most analog pedals require only 50ma (milliamps) or less! Generally they have more headroom and dynamics at the higher voltage. I’ve got an open 18v and I’ve heard about people running pedals like the caline orange boost, cp-42 10 band EQ, and the blue sky at 18v for more headroom, etc. Some pedals like the Fulltone OCD are rated from 9v to all the way up to 18V which in this case, yes you can use a 12v this adapter because the pedal is capable of handling that much voltage. Volume - Controls the output volume. However it does have 2 outlets that can b set to 9v 12v 15v & 18v at 300ma. Recommendation for basic bedroom play-along setup? If you liked the Fulltone stuff @ 18V, you'll probably like the Tim/Timmy @18v too. CBA Gravitas, Bitquest, and SP Comp I know of. what kind of pedals, or what pedals run @ 18 volts? Problem is, I know I can fry them if they are not compatible with 18v. Also, what can I expect when running the 805 at 18V? I've been playing a crybaby for 4 years that for some reason I thought was 18v when I got it, but just found out isn't. This version of the Duellist features top mounted jacks, 9-18v DC, you can run it at 18v for more headroom. According to a post from 2012 on their Facebook page, the following JHS pedals can be powered at 18v: Angry Charlie v2 (4-knob version with words instead of single letters) .s5ap8yh1b4ZfwxvHizW3f{color:var(--newCommunityTheme-metaText);padding-top:5px}.s5ap8yh1b4ZfwxvHizW3f._19JhaP1slDQqu2XgT3vVS0{color:#ea0027} However, do use caution and do your research if in doubt. Some pedals like the Fulltone OCD are rated from 9v to all the way up to 18V which in this case, yes you can use a 12v this adapter because the pedal is capable of handling that much voltage. I have a power supply with unused 18v outputs on the way so I'm wondering if I could/should run some of my analog pedals at 18V since I've read I can get more headroom. I want to try it at 18V. To be clear, I have no affiliation. by using of daisy chain adaptor). I'm sure many of you have dealt with this. You can count on every Wampler Pedals to follow this rule, but you should check with other manufacturers before doing so on their pedals. *addition – if your pedal states “9-18v” on the casing (or manual), as a general rule this means that the pedal is OK to run between 9 and 18 volts, not either 9 or 18. What does it do for the tone? This is my first post. While it's probably fair to say that the vast majority of pedals run off 9V DC - that's the power supplied by a PP3 battery - some pedals require more voltage - 12V, 18V or even 24V. It doesn’t, however, take a battery. Someone mentioned the Paul C. Timmy, and I want to say that I've read people have enjoyed running it at 12v, but I'd have to dig back through a TGP thread to confirm. My Philosophers Tone compressor is 18v, for example. Tip: Use a voltage doubler to convert a 9-volt or 12-volt power output for use with 18-volt or 24-volt guitar pedals. Looked at all of the manuals and none of them mention being compatible with 18v, INCLUDING the Proton. The pedal seriously came alive and I want to see if I can get that same result form two other pedals. Some things I read say that you can run distortion pedals at 18v safely, but I want to ask people here if that's a good idea. I currently cant do a current doubler cause ive got several other high current pedals (bigsky,hog2, infinity looper & echolution2). When I demoed it I did so in 9v. A: It’s true; certain stompboxes, including the Fulltone Fulldrive 2, can be run at 18 volts instead of the more usual 9 volts. DISCLAIMER: Check with the manufacturer of your pedal before you attempt to run a non-standard power supply or voltage into it. I have a couple of compressor pedals and modulation pedals that need 18v to run. EQD Tone Job EQ pedal. JavaScript is disabled. I was thinking about this the other day and after some extensive googling, I came to the conclusion that I'd need to research every pedal to find out if it can safely work off 18 volts. Powering guitar pedals can be a little tricky. So I added to my board which has a power block with a few 9/12v switchable slots and one 18v. Pedal Power and Tone. However, do use caution and do your research if in doubt. 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