I am new to this forum and instead of starting a new thread with the same exact question... I figured I would just tag onto this one.
I personally have never used a ton of pedals, but my tastes are increasingly growing and I am unsure in this territory as I've never needed a power supply before.
Here are my pedals:
1st pedal Colorsound Power Boost - From England. Takes two 9volt batteries only. I am hoping the battery snap cables (http://www.voodoolab.com/shop/index.php?cPath=22_24_40
) would work for this pedal. Plug two battery snap cables to the two separate battery connections in the Power Boost and I'm good. Right?
2nd pedal is the Hollerin' Fingers "LZ'73" - https://reverb.com/item/17573787-holler ... d-zeppelin
< this link probably provides the most information on this pedal. It is essentially an echoplex pre amp, echoplex style delay, and a plexi marshal circuit. This according to the guy who builds them himself can run on a 9v power supply cable or a 12v power supply cable to provide "more headroom" in his own words. I've never tried using a 12v supply cable, but I think i would like to try.
3rd pedal BMF Wah Wah - Scott from BMF is sending a wah my way as we speak. I have yet to incorporate this into my chain. Taken straight from the website: "The BMF Wah can be powered by either a 9v battery or with a negative tip 9v power supply such as the Boss PSA-120 or the Voodoo Labs Pedal Power 2 Plus"
4th pedal MXR Phase 90 (i have yet to get this pedal, i can't decide between the CSP026 or the CSP101SL. I have no idea which one will sound more Jimmy Page esque which is the tone I am trying to capture at this particular moment.) - Depending on which model I get, or which you would suggest, I would either need a 9 volt power supply cable, or another battery snap cable like the colorsound.
I am unsure if there will be more pedals in the future. EHX Synth9 caught my ear a few weeks ago, but it's not something I necessarily want/need at this moment. For a long time I also used an old TS808 tube screamer, though I am moving away from that pedal as of this moment. I would like to get a pedal board and a power supply where I can have the first 4 pedals I mentioned situated while still having room for maybe 2 more pedals if I stumble across something in the future. My main focus is to get rid of batteries entirely, leave everything plugged in all the time and just have to flip a switch to turn on my rig.
Not sure if this helps or not, but I do not have an FX loop on my amp. It is a 50 watt late 60's plexi voiced KT88 head unit running through a 1960AHW marshall cab. Main influences would be SRV, Clapton, Page.
Let me know if you can help me out. I am in over my head with all of these different aspects of electricity, and tone sucking avenues. I try to focus on just playing (i'm not even good at that aspect) instead of the technician side of things.