Pumaboard #15 arrives

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  1. granite

    granite Member

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    Just took delivery of Pumaboard #15. Top notch work by Kevin! Looks great with my Orange.

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  2. uberschall

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    WOW!! That looks great- well done, guys.
     
  3. Scott Peterson

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    Totally killer. Love how the pedalboard and the pedal and the amp all sorta make it a big orangefest! :D

    Nice!
     
  4. DK207

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    Looks awesome, enjoy man!!
     
  5. michael.e

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    Oh, mah lard!!!!


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    I need that..........


    I have a minty Orange amps 4-12 coming on Friday.

    Do they make any larger boards?

    That is purrty!!

    M.E.
     
  6. Aj_rocker

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    Is that all your putting on there??
    Its very nice, too nice to take on the road/ next gig.

    Aj
     
  7. granite

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    Additional pedals going on there are a Maxon AD9 and BJF SBEQ. I'm having a case made for it and I have no worries about keeping it nice. I'm meticulous about my gear.
     
  8. rabbit

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    You have to keep the orange pedal in the middle where it is, just to emphasize the racing car stripe layout...:AOK looks great
     
  9. enickma

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    I'd paint the Peterson pedal orange ... if you are going to go, might as well go all the way :D
     
  10. granite

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    I'm hoping DonnerB can help me out with this. Oh Donner...
     
  11. Thor

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    Great looking pedal board!

    A "DonneR-ized" strobostomp - that would be cool.

    Cheers,

    Ed
     
  12. Franklin

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    Very impressive, nice!!
     
  13. big mike

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    Kevin can do any size you want. Mine (being built) is 30" wide.
     
  14. michael.e

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    Oh crap! I am in trouble!!:nono :nono


    M.E.
     
  15. GuitarGuy510

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    SWEET! Another great pedal board! One thing I wish I had added to #11 were those metal handles on the side... didn't know they were an option when I ordered! :rolleyes: Kevin's work is great, and he will customize the board to whatever size you want (I guess within reason... no pool table-sized boards though! lol).
     
  16. Non-Digital Tom

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    Nice...

    Now I suddenly have a craving for an orange creamsicle... must be the heat. :messedup

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