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FS/OBO.... ***Custom made Pedal board***

Discussion in 'For Sale: Accessories' started by Q-Banmoe, Jan 9, 2013.

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    Q-Banmoe Previously moeroncuban Supporting Member

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    Hey Everyone,

    Going through some of my old gear here and doing some "pre-spring" cleaning... and I came across a pedal board I no longer use and thought I'd give it a try on here to see if anyone was interested.

    It's a custom board I had made a while ago...
    Made out if poplar wood 22"x16"x4"
    (feet included in height). Bright Red finish. 1/2" Velcroed birch top. 4 already wired neutrik jacks with plenty of slack to move pedals anywhere. easy to drill holes in the top provided you have a good sharp drill bit I usually use 1/2" bit.
    (this depends on your cables from your power supply as there are different per brand so whatever works best for your situation) plenty of space to mount power supply underneath. DC Brick, PedalPower Plus, etc. Wire it too your effects loop for your modulation effects. I used planet waves cable so all you need to do is buy their solderless plugs or you can solder you own connectors, completely up to you. Power inlet for easy stage set up. plug and go after you hook up your power supply, makes playing pretty easy once its all set up. Handles on either side for easy transport.

    I have two Planet Waves plugs that I found that would be included as well...)

    I did drill a couple of holes to run my patch cables thru and underneath... so there are a few on the top of the board... There are grommets to cover the holes to give a clean finished look.

    ***NOTE*** there is a hole in the dead center of the board that I drilled for a power plug for one of my pedals that was hardwired. It can easily be covered up with a pedal or a grommet (which I cannot find at the moment but I believe it's 1 1/2" in diameter)

    Other than that it is a very sturdy pedal board..
    never abused.. just used... :bag:

    Asking $50.00 shipped ConUS Paypal please...

    - OBO -

    Thanks for looking everyone!

    peace!
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    Q-Banmoe Previously moeroncuban Supporting Member

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    more pics...:hyper:
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    Q-Banmoe Previously moeroncuban Supporting Member

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    and some more pics... :hyper:
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    Q-Banmoe Previously moeroncuban Supporting Member

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    and these final two pics are the grommets that cover the holes to run your patch cables underneath the board if you desire to...

    Thanks again ! :hyper:
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    Q-Banmoe Previously moeroncuban Supporting Member

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    How bout $50.00 bucks shipped!!!!! :hyper:
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    El Presidente of Sanford and Sonny Audio Weapons (Bluebeard Fuzz)
    This looks like quality workmanship. Good luck!
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    Q-Banmoe Previously moeroncuban Supporting Member

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    and she's S O L D ! ! !

    Thanks Bob ! :hyper:
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