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PostPosted: Sat, Nov 04, 2017 9:46am 
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Hack

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Whenever I use my pedals on my Diezel VH4 I seem to be getting no sound. I tried removing the series loop too, and no luck. I just hear the idle hum noise from my amp.

Is it possible that my amp power supply is overloaded? I have a pretty decent one: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B072H ... UTF8&psc=1

These are all my pedals: https://imgur.com/a/OAgEP

My setup is:
guitar-->Tuner--> Noise Supressor--> Octaver--> Whammy--> Fuzz--> OD/Boost--> EQ--> Amp

My series loop is:
Send->Chorus--> Reverb--> Delay-> return

If anyone can help me out it will be very much appreciated!


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PostPosted: Sat, Nov 04, 2017 1:29pm 
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There is a simple solution. Start with 1 pedal and 1 cable, then add the next to chain until you face the problem.
Then find out whether it is the patch cable, the pedal or the power supply by changing stuff around.

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PostPosted: Sat, Nov 04, 2017 1:56pm 
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Vin Diezel wrote:
There is a simple solution. Start with 1 pedal and 1 cable, then add the next to chain until you face the problem.
Then find out whether it is the patch cable, the pedal or the power supply by changing stuff around.



Thank you! I'll check it out later today.


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PostPosted: Sun, Nov 05, 2017 11:45am 
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Vin Diezel wrote:
There is a simple solution. Start with 1 pedal and 1 cable, then add the next to chain until you face the problem.
Then find out whether it is the patch cable, the pedal or the power supply by changing stuff around.



It worked! Turns out the DC cable in my fuzz pedal was a bit too big for the socket.


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