There's a product called the "Far Outlet" (ha ha) from Galaxy Audio that will provide portable AC power. However I made something similar and cheaper with a gel-cell battery pack designed for emergency car starting, and a 12VDC-120VAC inverter. It was enough to power an Eventide H3000, DAT recorder, Mackie mixer and a Cambridge Soundworks Model 11 "suitcase" amp/speaker setup. The first time I used this rig for looping, in a concrete bunker in the Marin Headlands, was a lot of fun-- my pal Patti sang down in the tunnels, into a close mic feeding the Eventide 10 sec loop which played back into speakers even farther down in the chamber, for a nice combination of electronic and acoustic regeneration. Then we recorded the whole mess to DAT with a separate stereo mic. The best part was when a park ranger came along and cited us for "recording music without a permit on federal land". Of course I had left the system going when he approached us so there are snippets of "may I see your driver's license" and "who owns this equipment" in the recording :-). I took the citation to court where the clerk laughingly dismissed it, but only after taking quite some time to determine that there was in fact such a law on the books. At first he thought the park ranger had just made it up. I guess this was more of a bust than a busk, but anyway I felt it was a story worth repeating, so to speak. -Alex S. At 8:49 PM -0800 1/11/01, david auker wrote: >Wow, a rechargable amp...and batteries in the DL-4. > >Any suggestions on how a keyboardist could power up on the street w/o an >extension cord? > >Guitar envy, >David > >== >Tiktok wrote: > > > I've done busking with an Ovation, DL-4 and Pignose Hog-20.