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Tiny junction box for small pedalboard?

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by griff3, Feb 12, 2019.

  1. griff3

    griff3 Member

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    I'm putting together a small travel board (PT Metro 20) and I sometimes use a Nano, but I want to have a junction so that I can either put a wah in the mix or not. I don't run the wah before the board, I like it after the Tube Screamer, Fuzz, Vibe, and/or comp.

    I have a small one from somewhere that I got, but the jacks are on the top, so the cables stick out the top, it's weird...

    Anyone know of a small junction box that would fit the back or side of a small PT and just provide me with and in/out that I could patch the wah into (or if no wah, I'll just put a small cable there, no need for it to be half-normal.)

    Thanks!
     
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    Just like that... genius! Thanks!
     
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    joshofsorts Supporting Member

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    American Loopers makes lots of options at a good price like this, they will even do a custom one if you need something specific. I recently changed out a custom American Loopers one I had for a Temple Audio one for my pedalboard (mounted under a Pedaltrain Novo 24 with velcro/zip ties) because a needed a mix of mono and TRS jacks for input/output/aux switches. I have also done business with Analog Endeavors and I believe he could easily build one for you as well (even though AUX switches are his mainstay). Another company I haven't done business with yet that seems like a relative newcomer that does well priced stuff is Smokin' Amp Co.
     
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