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    Powerharp
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    I recently won a Quaverato Harmonic Tremolo Pedal through Premier Guitar Magazine’s pedal contest. It arrived today minus a power supply. What do you have for this particular pedal? I have some un-used power adapters but don’t want to blow it up. Any suggestions?

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    zdlAdmin
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    So good to hear from you, and congratulations! Thanks for participating in the contest. The Quaverato wants a 9V DC center negative supply with a capacity of at least 100 ma [milliamps). There is a little symbol on the label. Look at it closely. It represents “Negative voltage on the center pin, positive voltage on the outer sleeve.” Make sure your supply has a matching symbol. This is typical to any guitar pedal supply; they are largely interchangeable. If you plug in a center positive, such as you might find powering your clock radio or hair clippers, the Quaverato simply won’t turn on. We sell a power supply like this info our web store, in the Parts department.

    There is a terrific, detailed owners manual available on the Quaverato product page, info the Documentation tab. Please check it out!

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