Current draw of a Danelectro Back Talk?

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  1. wulfenganck

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    Hi,
    well the title says it: does somebody know the current draw of a Danelectro Back Talk Reverse Delay?

    It's for planning the power supply of a pedalboard...Thanks in advance!
     
  2. W.L.Weller

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    I googled "Danelectro Back Talk mA" and found someone saying 300mA.

    If you actually have a Back Talk, you could just measure the draw with an ammeter.

    I think you're better off isolating digital pedals from analog ones, power-supply-wise, because some digital pedals dump a lot of noise to ground. But it's always better to check your own use case, as most everything typed on the internet is worth roughly what you paid for it.
     
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    Thanks for the info - couldn't find anything.....
    I'll probably buy an am-meter anyway.
     
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    I came across an image of the bottom plate of a back talk, I’ll try to share the image, no promises if it’ll work lol.
    It say 300ma max

    No luck embedding the image lol
    Stupid ipads
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    Last edited: Feb 6, 2019
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