Hi everyone, I have a couple of quick questions: How I get rid of noise, comming from my pedalboard or something ? I have a AT-100 B52 Tube amp, a series of effects and a decimator that works great, all in front of the amp. I made a pedalboard myself. All is powered through 1-spot daisy chain, all cables are cheap planet waves. I've heard that power cables and signal cables must not be together or they will create noise, is this truth? Because if it is, y may make a lot of holes into the board and send the daisy chain under the board so they can be separate from signal cables But right now I have them running one next to the other, and sometimes they make a lot of noise, and sometimes my rig is dead silent. I've also noticed that when I'm alone, is quiet, but when I rehearsal with the band gets noisy. At one moment I had my guitarist amp, plugged into the same multy contact, and thought that by sending him to another outlet in the house I'll fix the problem, but NO. I had a lil les noise, but still really noisy when high gain was on ( of course right ) So, this may be a power problem? Can I get rid of this by buying some furman power supply? I was going to buy the cheapest, but want to know if this helps, before buying it. ( also I don't wanna go with rack equipment, because I'll need to buy a rack and more stuff) Btw. I know how to use the decimator, I'm talking about some noise that the decimator can't cut off Thank you for you're time spent reading, I hope you can tell me something usefull Alan.