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Pedal Board Accessories

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by GenoBluzGtr, Jun 29, 2006.

  1. GenoBluzGtr

    GenoBluzGtr Supporting Member

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    I see photos of some of you guys' home-made pedal boards with "built-in" AC outlets and side-mounted connectors for extension chords.

    Where do you buy those and also where can I find Velcro Carpet for a pedal board?

    Much thanks!
     
  2. selahvie

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    Check parts express.com for the electrical accessories and I used Stompin-ground.com for the velcro fabric...
     
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    GenoBluzGtr Supporting Member

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    any other suggestions? Love to have plenty of options.
     
  5. Jeffj

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    I am looking for the male ac receptacle like techstar & trailer trash use in their pedalboards....the countersunk type.. I didnt see them on the parts express page or anwhere else. anyone have any ideas? Like the ones in these pics...http://www.trailertrashpedalboards.com/customwiring.htm
     
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    thanks for the mouser link.....but I still cant find the ac outlets like trailer trash uses....I find all the "computer case" type ac receptacles, but not the round recessed type. Anyone have a specific link to these?
     
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    Why not use a Neutrik Powercon connection? They lock on, handle thick gauge cable and are easy to assemble.
     

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