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Hey Mario: I run my memory lane at 18V with a power cord I got directly from diamond pedals, using two 9v outputs from a pp2. My valvulator has a 12V output, and I used to run my fulldrive off that. Compared to a 9V supply, I noticed the fulldrive slightly crisper - and more noticeable in the comp cut mode. Mine was a later one, with the toggles. Never tried it with a full 18 V though - so that might make even more difference. Yee haw!

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If memory serves me Fulltone explains on its site how to run 2 9V batteries to produce the 18V. Check out www.fulltone.com. I haven't tried it myself with my FD2 but I plan on it at some point.
 

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David,
I might be interested in one also, especially if that helps with pricing :D

I'm pretty sure it will fit under a pedal train junior, unlike the VL2 that I have right now. Please keep me posted on price and availability.

thanks,

Dave
 

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No problem..I'm actually going into work today so I'll have a chance to to find out pricing..
 

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mario said:
Does anyone know where I could get one? I have looked in a few places here in London and I cannot find one. Just want to try one with my Fulldrive and OCD. Thanks!
You can get a dunlop 18v wall wart (wich you also need for the DC brick BTW) and get a daisy chain. I power up 4 18v pedals and have a seperate 9v block for the other pedals. http://www.visualsound.net/1spot.htm

 
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