I play three keyboards live - Korg Kronos 2 76, Yamaha MoxF6, Roland Juno Gi - along with a few other items such as an Alesis IO dock II, Presonus headphone amplifier, Kenton midi thru box. All of these have many ways of being powered - nice chunky kettle lead on the Korg but others have more flimsy mains adapters with highly breakable mains leads. At the moment, they all plug into a large extension block but, due to several lead breakages over the years, I am always concerned that the flimsy adapters could break - I do carry spares but it would be much better if I could come up with a sturdier solution. I cant imagine for one minute that keyboard players doing major tours would be happy with these highly breakable adapters, so has anyone got any idea at all how they would make this into a far more long-lasting solution? Can one buy the 9v or 12v adapters with stronger leads attached, and if so where?