Cloven Hoof Voltage Sag



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Cloven Hoof Voltage Sag

Postby Tehzim » Thu Sep 24, 2020 7:29 pm

Hi all. I have the Cloven Hoof fuzz and I love it. But I have heard that sagging voltage in a fuzz can cause interesting sounds. I happen to have a TrueSpot power supply and it has a sag connector that lets you set voltage from 4 to 9v. I know it isn't safe to run at higher voltages but anyone have experience with sagging or low voltage action? Thanks in advance.
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Re: Cloven Hoof Voltage Sag

Postby goroth » Fri Sep 25, 2020 1:12 am

You can go lower, no problems.
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Re: Cloven Hoof Voltage Sag

Postby Bassus Sanguinis » Fri Sep 25, 2020 7:16 am

Tehzim wrote:Hi all. I have the Cloven Hoof fuzz and I love it. But I have heard that sagging voltage in a fuzz can cause interesting sounds. I happen to have a TrueSpot power supply and it has a sag connector that lets you set voltage from 4 to 9v. I know it isn't safe to run at higher voltages but anyone have experience with sagging or low voltage action? Thanks in advance.


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