Searching for a 12v AC Power Supply for Swell/Myco

Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by GuzBaas, Nov 27, 2013.

  1. GuzBaas


    Oct 10, 2008
    Hi, anybody have any adea where I can buy a Swell/Myco compatible power supply... I supposed is a 12v AC 500ma
  2. Ricky Caboverde

    Ricky Caboverde

    Feb 26, 2004
    Miami, FL
    I believe it's closer to 1000mA...and you might want to talk to Mike. He used to sell them when he operated under the Swell name. You can also try -- otherwise, the pedal is pretty much useless to you and I would suggest you just mail it to me :bag: :p
  3. GuzBaas


    Oct 10, 2008
    hahahahahaha you actually made laugh :D

    I'm trying to buy one from they don't reply my mails...
  4. Myco Pedals

    Myco Pedals Commercial User

    Apr 29, 2013
    Nashville, TN USA
    Owner: Myco Pedals
    They can be purchased via the Myco Pedals website.


  5. GuzBaas


    Oct 10, 2008
    Ok... I sent a message requesting a new power supply with my paypal address :hyper:

  6. Just curious on the price on those. Have you gotten a reply from Mike yet? I have a Swell Peg-B. My adapter works fine, but it's one of those pedals that will be a big part of my tone for a while. And I like to have back-ups of everything. Let me know.
  7. GuzBaas


    Oct 10, 2008
    Mike reply took just a little while... just before he answered I go one from

    Go to and ask for a power supply they sold me one for US$19.99 free shipping :D

    Very nice service.

    And let me add that those B-Peg are the most misunderstood pedal ever made.... the tone is awesome if you you are into the classic 70's rock tone. You are lucky to have one.
  8. Thanks for the info GuzBaas. It really is an amazing pedal. I know its supposed to be just an overdrive, but it really acts as one of the best pre-amps I have played out of. And I have used quite a few in pedal format at this point.
    I actually got to play a show at the Bowery Ballroom in NYC. The band after us were friends of ours and the bassist had a 74 SVT. He let me use it for our set and I drove the tubes with the Swell. Between the sound of that room, the head, my Lollar P bass pick-ups and the Swell, I was blown away how great of a tone I copped. I was almost sad when it was over because I knew that just couldn't happen like that again. Oh well. I'll move forward and drive my ss GK 1001 with the Swell. It sounds better than most newer amps for sure.
  9. smperry

    smperry Moderator Staff Member Gold Supporting Member

    Nov 3, 2003
    Bay Area, CA
    Endorsing Artist: Martin Keith Guitars
    Bumping this to see if anyone is powering their pedal with an isolated power supply...and do these need the 1000 mA (as the provided ac adapter supplies)?

    I'm looking around to see if there's a solution for my
    Swell B-Pro
    Eventide H9
    TC Electronics Nova Dynamics
    and some normal 9v pedals (Fairfield Barbershop, Amptweaker Tightfuzz, Dr. Scientist the Elements)

    Any suggestions? I'm trading my BBE power supply because it doesn't work with half my board, and figured I might as well use a power strip/surge protector and a one spot for the 9v ones. Down the road (far down the road probably) I could see myself getting another H9. Is there a single unit that can power all this?

  10. davidprice


    Jan 1, 2005
    Sorry to resurrect a dead thread...

    I'm looking for a 230v EU version power supply (I checked with Bass Club Chicago and they don't carry it - also wrote to Myco a couple times but no reply thus far). I did find one that is 12vac output (many that are 12v DC...) but is 2A/2000mA. Anyone know if this is safe to use? The US adapter which came with the pedal is a quarter of that amperage; 12vac 500mA.

    This is for a Swell B-Drive V3.