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Mounting a Korg Pandora to a guitar strap (with pics!)

Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by famousbirds, Aug 7, 2012.


  1. famousbirds

    famousbirds

    Aug 3, 2009
    Honolulu
    Ah, the Korg Pandora PXD5. A fantastic little bit of kit - headphone amp, multieffect, preamp, metronome, drum machine, looper, USB audio interface, and more, all in one convenient little box.

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    One problem, though. No belt hook! This is the fatal flaw for this piece of gear. Sure, you can set it on a table, but then you lose the whole portability aspect (not to mention the weight of a capable alone can pull it onto the floor).

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    Sure, they give you the tiny little lanyard holes, but that's not good for much. Besides, do you really want this just hanging, potentially smacking into stuff?

    VOuYel.

    Solution? Zip ties!

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    Let's get it trussed up.

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    Covers the dial indicators, but the on-screen indicator is much more accurate and I mostly go by feel anyways.

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    Leave access to the battery cover.

    Putting the strap ties in:

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    Strap in place:

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    All tightened up, clipped, and on the guitar:

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    Now I can do what seems like the obvious thing to do with one of these - walk around the house with headphones on, playing bass, not worrying about tripping over or yanking out a cable.

    The zip ties are 21" heavy duty from Ace Hardware. Were I to do it again, I'd use regular lightweight zipties for the strap ties - makes for a snugger fit and I don't feel bad snipping them right off since they're dirt cheap.

    Enjoy!
     

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