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Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by CauliColin, Apr 1, 2017.
What's the pack and convertor?
Anker, the more mw the better and
I use Birdsong USB converters too.
What's the model of the Anker?
I have several, any in the 20000 mwh will do
The pedals will only draw what they need. You'll just get a longer run time.
Gig report with the DeWalt 20V 4Ah battery: played an Irish Brunch yesterday and went over 5 hours with a single pack. Playing to 40-50 people in a noisy room. Duo with the other guy playing either Banjo, Mando, or a surprisingly loud acoustic guitar. I was set about 10:00 on gain and 12:00 on master volume. Plenty of power and volume.
Finally got all the parts to use my Milwaukee battery to power that good thing
For anyone wondering if their 18v battery (Bosch, Milwaukee, Ridgid, Ryobi, Makita) will work - as I am using my Milwaukee: under the hood it's the same as the 20v by Dewalt and Craftsman. It's just the nomenclature when they give the specs in either nominal voltage=18v or maximum voltage=20v.
So if a Dewalt 20v works, the Bosch/Milkwaukee etc. 18v will work in the same way.
And as seen in Annette's post, they usually also have an inverter available.
I don’t see the POWERADD Pilot Pro2 anymore. I see a 3 and 4 - trying to figure out the best way to go now. Any suggestions?
I still see it:
I have one I will be listing shortly
Oh ok. Thank you
Because you have a new option you like better?
No I just sold my double four
Has anyone looked into these newer options? I wonder if they may be better.
I needed to downsize a bit
With the ampeg rocket on the way I need to chill, a month ago I still had four amps and three combos. The boss GT-1000 is my go to practice set up now
So you got rid of the smallest combo you had?
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