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Great! Is there a way to place a switch so that I can deactivate it if I won't use it?
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Thanks for this!
I like this! Would you recommend a higher rating transformer though? I noticed you are using a 0.3A transformer, is that okay to use with my pedals of each of them needs 0.3A each also. I'm a beginner at this so I had to ask. I currently have a 3A DC adapter where I added more extension plugs that makes it 3 connectors in all. So I'm thnking the 3 pedals with 0.3A rating can be sufficely served with the 3A. So my question is that is this kind of perpective correct or I should be worried? I am hoping that a 0.3A rated multiplug supply can suffice with many 0.3A rated pedals. Would it cause humming or will it work well? Thanks!
Yes, please do a clean sound and with a gadget sound audio file. Thank you.
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