Godlyke PowerAll 5Connector Daisy Chain

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The Power-All 5-Connector Daisy Chain is designed to meet all your power needs! Daisy Chain connector with standard polarity tip negative/barrel positive jacks connects the PA-9 Power-All to five 9-volt effect pedals. The CABLE-5 can also be used with Power-All adaptor cables to power effects that use different style jacks (reverse polarity, phone plug, battery clip, etc.). Link multiple CABLE-5 connectors to power over twenty 9-volt effect pedals or similar devices (actual number of units depends on current draw of individual units used).

Jacks (5): Diameter 5.5 mm external, 2.1 mm internal. Barrel length: 22 mm. Spring-loaded male jacks prevent disconnection from power source or pedal

Cable length: 42.5 inches (8.5 inches between jacks)

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Review: Walt Submitted: 8/12/2019

Product Rating5 out of 5 stars.


Great daisey chain.
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Works perfectly and holds up nicely. This was a worth while purchase. I use for all my effects pedals.

Review: Thinliner Submitted: 5/25/2019

Product Rating3 out of 5 stars.


Bad signal chain

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Weekends your tone

Review: Steve Fern Submitted: 3/6/2017

Product Rating5 out of 5 stars.



!worth the money

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Worth the money !
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Review: Michael C., Submitted: 8/11/2014

Product Rating4 out of 5 stars.



They're ok, not great.

Your general opinion of this product.

I liked the right angle plugs for powering my MXR pedals off my Boss LS-2 Line Selector's fx loop. The Boss daisy chain cables don't fit into the dc jacks of MXR pedals well. Unfortunately, the "send" connector on the end of the Godlyke cables is "male" and the power out jacks on my Boss LS-2/Snark tuner are also "male." So I had to use one of the "female" connectors to send the power to 4 units, instead of 5. It's not a big deal if you're not powering a lot of effects.

It seems ok.


It's reasonably priced & works ok.


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