My DIY pedal holder case thingy.

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by slayerbear17, Jul 11, 2019.

  1. slayerbear17

    slayerbear17 Member

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    Never been a huge user of individual pedals or in big numbers. I decided to build a small wooden case for them.

    The plexicover I accidentally dropped and it cracked so I might end up putting a metal grill on it.

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    The donner and isp go into the effects loop of a 6505+ while the wireless tuner go in front.

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    I like the fact I can just roll up the cables and close the lid with ease.
     
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    Vaibhav Joshi Member

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    That looks quite neat. Do you have route for the I/P & O/P cables?
    Don't replace the glass, it looks sexy Hi-tech like this but maybe impractical.
     
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    Since using tube heads this is my go to pedal board for gigging and recording. Thank you for the kind comments. Takes a bit of practice to get the cables in, I'm thinking of making a cutout where I can just push the cables in while the case is closed.

    I appreciate your comment aboot the Kokko compressor, I might just stick with the Donner UltraComp, such a great pedal during recording and LIVE!!!
     
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    You're welcome. Your pedal board is quite minimal, great.
    I think you're referring to the excessive volume boost I found with the Kokko compressor at 18V. In any case, I would not suggest that or any dyna comp kind of compressor because of how the dynamics get impacted.
    If the Donner works for you, stick to it!!
     

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