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Re: Rechargeable pedal power

Post by MrChameleon » 06 Sep 2018, 12:30

I have owned a Joyo JMP-01 for several months and have no complaints. I bought it from swamp.

My pedal board is minimal, an optical compressor and an Akai Unibass (plus unpowered HPF) and the JMP-01 powers it for ages - can't tell you how long exactly 'cause I've never run it down in a single session. I've had no problems with charger either.
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Re: Rechargeable pedal power

Post by BazzBass » 06 Sep 2018, 14:30

Warwick Rockboard LT rechargeable battery, as slim as the Volto but only $110 from Derringers. Power lasts for hours and hours. Fits under PT Nanos etc

OOH only $89 from here. I have no idea if this is a good or bad seller :)
https://musicclearance.com.au/products/ ... battery-xl
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Re: Rechargeable pedal power

Post by packrat » 06 Sep 2018, 17:17

Nifty. I'll report back on musicclearance.

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Re: Rechargeable pedal power

Post by packrat » 06 Sep 2018, 17:21

reporting back. $15.60 in shipping? I'll get it from someone else who has it who I've dealt with before with friendlier shipping that comes out basically the same. (five star music in this case)

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Re: Rechargeable pedal power

Post by slave » 06 Sep 2018, 18:04

narcdor wrote:
05 Sep 2018, 20:23
slave wrote:
05 Sep 2018, 20:17
I blew up my Sanyo...
May I ask how unless it’s embarrassing? So I don’t blow up mine you see...
Ha ha, yeah no worries. A certain delay pedal I own has a momentary switch which switches the depth from where it's set, to max depth (ie self oscillating feedback). The switch for some reason shorted out and the sanyo shut down. I lost two power supplies before I could figure out what was going on, the other supply was your typical solid iron transformer and it was smoking!! . :cry
tearalong wrote:
06 Sep 2018, 11:49
I've been having problems with my Joyos - the plug connections to the charger are a little loose.
Good to know. :hmm

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Re: Rechargeable pedal power

Post by narcdor » 06 Sep 2018, 18:53

BazzBass wrote:
06 Sep 2018, 14:30
Warwick Rockboard LT rechargeable battery, as slim as the Volto but only $110 from Derringers. Power lasts for hours and hours. Fits under PT Nanos etc

OOH only $89 from here. I have no idea if this is a good or bad seller :)
https://musicclearance.com.au/products/ ... battery-xl
That is the clearance store for Dominant so yeah totally legit. Makes sense they stock them they were the distributor for Warwick until recently with A+ customer service.
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Re: Rechargeable pedal power

Post by stonecoldbass » 07 Sep 2018, 09:58

The Warwick Pro xlt is streaks ahead of the joyo in my opinion. Smaller, lasts longer and more accurate display of how much power is left. Plus it has usb output
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Re: Rechargeable pedal power

Post by BazzBass » 07 Sep 2018, 12:58

packrat wrote:
06 Sep 2018, 17:21
reporting back. $15.60 in shipping? I'll get it from someone else who has it who I've dealt with before with friendlier shipping that comes out basically the same. (five star music in this case)
If that was for Express Post it is reasonable, a bit steep for standard delivery but I would've paid it, but that's me :)
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Re: Rechargeable pedal power

Post by slave » 20 Sep 2018, 20:04

stonecoldbass wrote:
07 Sep 2018, 09:58
The Warwick Pro xlt is streaks ahead of the joyo in my opinion.
I ended up buying one of these. It's pretty good! And it charges my phone. This thing is gonna be useful for keeping kids tablets/phones going on holidays too. :thumbup: :clap:

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Re: Rechargeable pedal power

Post by stonecoldbass » 21 Sep 2018, 00:15

Yes! I forgot to mention that, great form factor too.
slave wrote:
20 Sep 2018, 20:04
stonecoldbass wrote:
07 Sep 2018, 09:58
The Warwick Pro xlt is streaks ahead of the joyo in my opinion.
I ended up buying one of these. It's pretty good! And it charges my phone. This thing is gonna be useful for keeping kids tablets/phones going on holidays too. :thumbup: :clap:
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http://www.basslessonsmelbourne.com
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Re: Rechargeable pedal power

Post by tearalong » 21 Sep 2018, 16:39

I used a Boxking power supply last week - small and powerful.
Got it at https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/153104330058 but I had an Ebay voucher that knocked $10 off it.

A bonus over the Joyo was the 4 blue l.e.ds to indicate charge and the use of a standard 9v power wart to recharge.


So much better than having to ask someone to ask which particular shade of red/green the Joyo was showing.
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Re: Rechargeable pedal power

Post by slave » 25 Sep 2018, 19:43

tearalong wrote:
21 Sep 2018, 16:39
So much better than having to ask someone to ask which particular shade of red/green the Joyo was showing.
LOL, yeah I feel ya, I'm RBG colourblind too.

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Re: Rechargeable pedal power

Post by stonecoldbass » 26 Sep 2018, 14:55

That looks great, having the individual outputs makes for a neater pedalboard and I like that it is run off standard 9v and can be used while plugged (some can’t which is ridiculous)
tearalong wrote:
21 Sep 2018, 16:39
I used a Boxking power supply last week - small and powerful.
Got it at https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/153104330058 but I had an Ebay voucher that knocked $10 off it.

A bonus over the Joyo was the 4 blue l.e.ds to indicate charge and the use of a standard 9v power wart to recharge.


So much better than having to ask someone to ask which particular shade of red/green the Joyo was showing.
http://www.craigstrainmusic.com
http://www.basslessonsmelbourne.com
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Iceni Zoot Classic J Funkmeister Custom 5 string
Greco 70's P bass
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Tecamp Puma 900
Epifani UL2 410

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