Wednesday, 23 March 2016
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[quote][/quote] It's finally time to replace my batteries, so I'm curious what 9 v's You most recommend for use with glock pre's in your z3's ? ( or any of your basses)
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I like these ! They are full size too, if you check out the corners[attachment=0:2bxzzdvy]IMG_0180.jpg[/attachment:2bxzzdvy]
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5 years ago
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Thanks ! Will check them out
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We've never tried the Lithiums. Duracell or Energizers are consistent performers.
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Presently I use Duracell batteries. I'm about to leave for an international trip for a few weeks, but I have a lot of the parts in hand to design a rechargeable system around a lithium battery ~2600mAh. I'm hoping to have it all together in time for a bass player event that I host annually here in the Seattle area.
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Both Duracell and Energizer have lithium.
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My experience with lithium-based 9V batteries is that, while they may give long life, when they start to go it doesn't take long. From the first sound of pre-amp distortion to totally tits-up dead within a single song. Thank goodness for the active/passive switches!! BTW, I was just looking at the Duracell website and the number of bad reviews was astounding. Lots of stories about leaking copper-top batteries as well as lots of batteries dead right out of the box. I have had no such problems myself, but reading those reviews made me think that I should investigate other brands.
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Not something that needs to be overthought. Take Mr. D's advice. Regular old Energizer or Duracell will do just fine, for a good long time. Never had an issue.
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