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I have a 700 acoustic, but also a new Line6 Standard (strat). Admittedly I like to consider crazy things sometimes, so, I am pondering if I can use (with heavy modification), the Line6 "Standard" strat battery (like the JTV battery) to power my 700 Acoustic. The easy part is getting the connection (that is just some creative wiring and routing), so what I don't know, is the voltage/amp stuff. Specifically, is the "Standard" JTV battery gonna damage the (older) 700 Acoustic (based on a 9v or 6 AA battery) circuits? Anyone have a solid background with these circuits and wanna chime in on this crazy electrical possibility?
Hi all, I was 99% settled on selling off my amp, cab and pedalboard in favour of a Helix, until I realised I would still want to use my G30 wireless system. I'm currently using a TC Electronic G System, which has four super convenient 9v power outputs for powering pedals in it's various loops. I was frankly amazed at what looks like a huge oversight in the design of the Helix, that while it is designed to be an "all-in-one" solution it does have the option to loop in other pedals yet has no solution to provide power to them. I'm really obsessive about cable management and having everything as neat and tidy as possible on my pedalboards, so the absolute last thing I am willing to do is have some ugly power strip on the back of a pedalboard not only wasting space but also cluttering it up just for the sake of 1 9v power adapter for my wireless. Does anyone know of a reasonably priced product which might offer a tidy and effective power solution to both the 240v Helix requirement, and a single 9v requirement?? Huge thanks in advance!!! Liam