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Dano Fab Chorus Powering Question

Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by Cornelius Dawse, Feb 12, 2013.

  1. Cornelius Dawse

    Cornelius Dawse

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    Greetings, lads! I just bought a Danelectro FAB Chorus (seriously, guys, it's one of the best Chorus I ever played, and I paid 20 bucks for it!), and in the manual (as well as on the pedal), they say ''no more than 300mA''. The thing is: I use a 1000mA wall wart with a daisy chain, with which I power all my pedals... Would I have to use a different adaptor just for this one pedal?
    Thanks in advance!
  2. eadg by TC

    eadg by TC

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    as long as polarity of supply is correct the pedal will deaw what it needs so higher ma is fine lower is not good
  3. Crystalman85

    Crystalman85

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    an ac adapter like the visual sounds 1-spot would power up the pedal fine. I would know because I once owned a danelectro fab chorus pedal and it works fine the 1-spot ac adapter. right now I own a danelectro cool cat cc-1 chorus pedal and it also works fine with the 1-spot ac adapter.

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