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    Cool!

    So what do you have going on with the electronics there?

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    Thanks, man! That big thing in that bottom picture is a power supply to power the pedals. The other stuff is just thru jacks, 3 trs and 1 USB jack.

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    Oh, so you'd run the cable under the lifted part, plug it in, and then run another cable across to your amp or whatever?

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    I don't know exactly what you're asking but basically one of those jacks is to run a cable to the amps main input from the board. The other two are for the amps effects loop. The big square opening is to plug the power cable into the power supply which will then run smaller cables to each pedal.

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    Yeah, the power supply is the only part that I was able to really intuit. So they're just F to F 1/4" adapters, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by VomitHatSteve View Post
    Yeah, the power supply is the only part that I was able to really intuit. So they're just F to F 1/4" adapters, right?
    Yes, locking TRS thru jacks. So you just plug a cable in one side then plug another on the other side. You can route stuff however you would want.

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    Your pocketholes look very clean.
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