Many players like the sound of their pedals as the power starts to sag. But 9v batteries can get expensive over the long run. Another problem is that you have to wait until the battery gets low to get those sounds. Also, it’s hard to dial in that perfect ‘dying battery’ sound, since the battery is well…dying. With a Saturnworks dying battery pedal, however, you can have a similar and more consistent effect with standard DC power supplies. The Saturnworks dying battery pedal emulates the effect of a dying 9v battery on analog (not digital) pedals.
The dying battery simulator drops the power from 9v down to around 0.75v, and anywhere in between. While not every pedal may produce interesting results, experiment using the Saturnworks dying battery simulator with your analog pedal collection to see what kind of crazy sounds your pedals can make when they’re running low on juice.
This pedal works with standard ‘Boss’ style center-negative or center-positive 2.1mm power supplies. The dying battery goes between your power supply and whatever pedal you would like to use it with. All dying battery pedals include a power patch cable to connect the dying battery to your pedal.
The dying battery pedal with a switch allows you to have two different power levels: one with full power and the other at a lowered voltage of your choosing. So you can dial in two different sounds from your pedal, available with a click of a switch–no mods required!
The Saturnworks dying battery pedal is hand crafted with top quality features and components including:
- A sturdy 1.5″ x 3.5″ cast aluminum enclosure.
- Includes a DC power patch cable.
- Handcrafted and bench-tested in the USA.
- A 1-year warranty against defects in workmanship.