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Long skinny DIY pedal enclosure

Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by WoundFlat, Feb 17, 2013.

  1. WoundFlat

    WoundFlat

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    I'm looking to build a single loop effects loop to fit on my board, but I'm having some trouble finding an enclosure that would fit my size restrictions. I want to put all four jacks (in out send return) along one long side and route the cables down through the open space. The area in red below the octave and envelope filter is about 1.5" tall and 7.5" long. A 1090NS enclosure should fit there, but I don't think it would be long enough to fit all four jacks and the footswitch in. Does anyone know where I could find a double length 1090NS or similar long, skinny enclosure no wider than 1.5"? Any help would be much appreciated.

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  2. Gabeja15

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  3. WoundFlat

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    I had seen that mammoth enclosure, but it is too big at 2.6" x 9.75". The space I have is only 1.5" x 7.5".
  4. insomniac2295

    insomniac2295 Supporting Member

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    instead of a "double length" 1090ns, why not just use two and run them in series with eachother? It would function exactly the same way
  5. UncleFluffy

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