It wont add much more mA draw. The SHO isnt a very hard to power circuit like, say, a digital delay would be. If you're using a three-in-one [SHO, DD-6, etc.] then powering them off the same tap will cause a much more drastic mA draw. Bu even then, with a good adapter you'll be fine.
Hey dude, I will look into it. Knives490 makes it sound quite easy tbh, although a question- if you tap the internal adapter, will it increase the current draw? Should do. Not a huge issue, but just be careful how many pedals you whack on your daisy chain.
Btw, I'm loving my Tech21 dual drive. And my RAT with the Marshall. Ive managed to get such a sweet warm clean tone Ive decided to keep it and sell the Blues Jr!
Well, yeah, you could do that pretty easily. Just make sure the perf or whatever board you're using is condensed and aint taking up too much room, and add a DPDT on/on toggle for true bypass of it and then insert it before the circuit. just put the little gain pot [5k I think?] as a trim and set it. Now you have your favorite sounds with less space, and you can double boost it with the extra SHO laying around To get some power for it, just tap the internal adapter, but it may not hurt to just rewire the adapter and wire the stock board's power connections and the SHO's from there.
The "Volume" knob will control the overall volume of the pedal [fuzz and weird; like a master volume], the "Time" knob will control the length of the delay time, the "Blend" will affect how loud the weirdness is in comparison to the direct signal, "Depth" will control how deep the vibrato effect goes down in pitch, the "Tracking" will control the sensitivity of the warble's prominency and depth/craziness, and "Fuzz" will control the gain of the fuzz circuit in it. The "Fuzz Lift" will take the fuzz out of the circuit and just have the weird circuit; which will be adjustable in dry/wet via "Blend" knob. the "Weird Lift" will completely bypass the weird circuitry and leave you with a great and exciting Analog Opamp fuzz.
Luckily enough, yes I do have the parts for They're on their way in the mail right now in an accidental order that I placed. Yes, my original thinking was that the blend was actually just a blend for the "weird part of the circuit, to act as it's volume. and the regular volume is how loud the ouput of the pedal is. With the fuzz and weird lifts, this will be much more versatile. It will be a fuzz/fuzz+weird/weird. I dont think the blend will function the way you're thinking it will when it's bypassed, just as the "fuzz" knob will not have an effect on the clean signal when the fuzz is lifted.