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Power Questions for a board with a Korg G5

Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by MarTONEbass, Mar 5, 2014.

  1. MarTONEbass


    Jun 19, 2009
    Norton, MA
    Preface: I am a bit of a noob when it comes to larger pedal boards. I am not a noob player. Thank you in advance for your thoughtful input.

    I have a pedal board that includes a Korg G5, a BEF Pro, 3 individual Boss pedals, a DOD FX65 Stereo Chorus and a Digitech Hyper Phase (X Series).

    The G5 does not like to run off the One-Spot I have been using.

    What options for power bricks are there for this type of setup?

    Are any of these pedals known for being power hungry or tone suckers?

    I am looking for an economical solution, but I am also realistic about the challenges I may encounter.

    I may lose or gain a pedal here or there, but so far I am liking the individual pedals I have collected.

    I realize they are not the latest, greatest or most well respected in their individual categories. That is cool with me.
  2. MarTONEbass


    Jun 19, 2009
    Norton, MA
    Although I used the search function, I came up with better search results via Google. Looks like I need a true bypass loop and I should still be able to use the OneSpot. That should solve the tone suck on the G5.