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|9/22/2000 8:51 PM|
|Joe Gagan||Being creative with effects housings|
I was at the thrift store yesterday looking for old electronics stuff that I can raid for parts. It was "half off on pink tag day", so I got a '70s radio shack intercom with a lot of nice parts for $1.50.
anyway, what I was also looking for was a cool housing for my next project, a booster of some sort to keep my guitar signal strong. What I found was a teflonized frying pan, that when turned upside down looked a little like a fuzzface box. Perfect height, made out of alum.[easy to drill, etc]. Might be a little challenging to get the plugs coming out on the sides, maybe I will get crazy and use right angle plus on the cords and put the in/out jacks on the top. Also will have to figure out a good way to attach a bottom plate[rubber bands ala Eric Johnson?]
I also liked the omelet pan, you know the ones that have two halves and a hinge to fold the omelet. That was a nice half fuzzface circle+ it has a straight side for the output jack.2 boxes for $2.95
Just some ideas to urge everyone to get CRAZY with their enclosures!
|Ben Nice ideas, I like the omelet pan c... -- 9/22/2000 9:36 PM|
Distortionfreak I built a couple of pedals and used... -- 9/24/2000 2:15 AM
T I used to use a wood-reinforced tun... -- 9/25/2000 1:45 PM
jburt ive used sewing machine petals for ... -- 10/2/2000 10:08 PM
Mark Hammer I posted this on Aron's forum the o... -- 10/3/2000 1:47 PM
Dr.Dan I recently built a "mega distortion... -- 10/13/2000 8:13 PM