Alert, alert. I have found another top quality boutique pedalboard option. (not T.T.)

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by gururyan, Feb 24, 2006.


  1. gururyan

    gururyan Member

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    Check this out:

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    Cool no?

    No idea on price though.

    Or you can just go here and scroll to the bottom of the page.
    I like the quality job!





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    ooh... GAS attack...
     
  5. gururyan

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    Imagine how the Keeley Private Stock would look on that board.
     
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    very cool looking board.. the only thing I don't like about inclined board is if you are using a wah- wouldn't it be a bit awkward?
     
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    i am actaually gas-ing for one of them right now! thats a beautiful looking board. i wonder if they could put a classic 30 in one of those cabinets.....?
     
  8. Grant Ferstat

    Grant Ferstat Some guy in obscure bands in a far away place... Silver Supporting Member

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    Great looking board does anyone know about the MXR Multi power supply DC Brick they're using with it? How it'd compare to pedal powers & the like? Maybe they meant the Dunlop Brick?
     
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    >>the only thing I don't like about inclined board is if you are using a wah- wouldn't it be a bit awkward?<<

    I use an inclined board, and actually, it isn't awkward at all. I find it easier. YMMV.
     
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    The board looks cool .. but more importantly, where can I get a pair of those boots?!

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    Wow, thanks for posting that!
    That board looks great...
     
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    Cool looking take on an exotic wood Trailer Trash design but the TT is ergonomic and road worthy, would bet that wood gets torn up after a bunch of gigs. Plus the TT is so quiet and functional with the side mounted ins/outs/AC outlet, etc.
     
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    I got a reply for a request for more information on this board, I hope he doesn't mind me posting the pics he sent me. Anyway, here are some larger pictures of it. Also, he said this one pictured was £175 and the two switches on the board itself were an option and control the Tremolo and Reverb on a Fender. The power supply can be mounted underneath.

    So, more pics...

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    I got another email from them. I asked about shipping to the States...turns out they are from CA originally and are thinking about moving back to the States.

    ...but yeah, shipping can get expensive he says.
     
  15. gururyan

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    Ok, I have really fallen for this board. They are coming to the US for a visit in April and bringing some boards with them. I may try to have my board "finished" before then so I could possibly get one made for myself.
     
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    Looks very cool.

    Also looks heavy, especially with the optional foam lined pine case.

    Better have some good rubber grippers on the bottom to keep it from sliding around on the stage.
     

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