PedalCurrent drawVoltage info
805 Overdrive5 mA9-18vDC
Andromeda Dynamic Delay150 mA9-18vDC, 300mA recommended
Catalina Dynamic Chorus23 mA9-18vDC
Dark Sun Digital Delay/Reverb150 mA(9-18vDC, 300mA recommended)
Diamondhead Distortion/Boost130 mA (65mA @ 18vDC)9-18vDC
Dirty Deed distortion7 mA9-18vDC
Fooz Analog Synth Fuzz72 mA9-18vDC
Forza Overdrive5 mA9-18vDC
Killing Floor High Gain Boost4 mA9-18vDC
La Super Rica Fuzz7 mA9-18vDC
Lava Box Distortion SFX-05<5 mA9vDC
Palladium Gain Stage180 mA9-18vDC (voltage is internally boosted to 24vDC)
Pickup Booster5 mA (11 mA @ 18vDC)9-18vDC
Polaron Analog Phase Shifter100 mA9vDC (from tech specs – on the pedal itself it may say 9-18vDC)
Shape Shifter Tremolo SFX-077 mA9vDC
Shape Shifter Stereo Tremolo13 mA9-18vDC
Silver Lake Dynamic Reverb150 mA(9-18vDC, 300mA recommended)
Studio Bass Compressor21 mA9-18vDC
Vapor Trail Analog Delay11 mA9-18vDC
Vapor Trail Deluxe150 mA9-18vDC
Vise Grip compressor21 mA9-18vDC

Note: Many Seymour Duncan pedals can be run from 9-18vDC, but I don’t know if the voltage is then regulated to 9vDC inside the pedal. The Pickup Booster and Diamondhead are the only ones with separate current draw figures for 9vDC vs 18vDC operation, which could indicate that they are different from the others in this regard (e.g. that they actually use the extra voltage). But I don’t know. In any case, it’s good to know which pedals can handle higher voltages, even if I can’t say what effect (if any) it has on the sound.

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