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EHX Bass Soul Food overdrive

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[quote name='WeeWheels' timestamp='1496584821' post='3312452']
Hi. The for replying. I was using a daisy chain on both occasions. Seems to be luck of the draw from what I've read. It's an Ebayer too. Pretty gutted as it's a great pedal. Is there a way of plugging this in to avoid blowing it. The power was on both times I used this too.

I blew mine last week. Using a daisy chain from a Diago supply. Have used the same supply for two years. EHX suggested the power supply was the problem. U.K. Ehx haven't got back to me yet

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This all sounds a bit dodgy. I've just bought a S/H one. Given that it only draws 22mA, I'm tempted to just run it off a battery. A bit annoying though. I never had any trouble with other EHX pedals.

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