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    Studio Mixing Console Desk - Studio Furniture

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    I built this desk about 5 years ago for my project studio. It housed a Soundtracs Topaz 8 mixer and 3 single space patchbays. The top shelf supported my audio monitors and two 19” PC monitors.

    I'd originally planned on putting 10 spaces of rack storage on the slanted "side car" but decided to build a seperate rack. This would be an easy mod at this point. The “side car” can also be removed to accommodate larger consoles. If you’re not handy enough to do this modification, I am, so maybe we can work something out.

    It’s been in my garage ever since the birth of my daughter in June led to a serious down size project in my studio.

    Check the dimensions of your console closely. This fit a Soundtracs great, but will obviously work with other brands.

    Console Area Dimensions:

    64” Wide in open configuration
    41” wide with rack installed
    36” deep

    Available for local pickup only in Torrance, CA. (20 miles south of Los Angeles)

    This desk CAN be disassembled easily but the top is 64"x36" so you'll need a pickup or an SUV.

    Would like to get my money back out of it (my time is FREE) so asking $250.

    Thanks for looking.

    -With Side Car-




    -With Side Car Removed-



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    Back to the top. Anybody? I can't see making this into firewood just yet...
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    It would be perfect for when I redo my studio this winter but I live in New Jersey. Yes I asked and the wife said no way that I can drive over to pick it up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zbert View Post
    It would be perfect for when I redo my studio this winter but I live in New Jersey. Yes I asked and the wife said no way that I can drive over to pick it up.
    What if I met you half way? I think that would be somewhere around Springfield Missouri.
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    My friend, you have no idea how appealing a road trip sounds at this point in my life. Please don't tempt me.

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    OK, how about anybody who will just come take the damn thing out of my garage?
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    Would you please stop tempting me!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nate74 View Post
    OK, how about anybody who will just come take the damn thing out of my garage?
    ill come take the damn thing... as long as its sturdy my board is probably over the 150 lb mark... im in riverside county and dont mind a drive, assuming you think it can support my board, not to make any assumptions against your handywork but from the pics it's just difficult to tell how much weight it could support.. and ill even pay you what i can (not 250 but at least i can give you something in terms of getting your money back! if i had more i would probably meet your price as im in need of a desk)
    Last edited by DuddyGuy; 09-16-2009 at 15:05.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DuddyGuy View Post
    ill come take the damn thing... as long as its sturdy my board is probably over the 150 lb mark... im in riverside county and dont mind a drive, assuming you think it can support my board, not to make any assumptions against your handywork but from the pics it's just difficult to tell how much weight it could support.. and ill even pay you what i can (not 250 but at least i can give you something in terms of getting your money back! if i had more i would probably meet your price as im in need of a desk)
    PM sent - yeah it should support that weight. There are 2 3" braces under the top as well as a brace in the back with some L braces. Extra braces could also be added I suppose but 3/4" Birch Ply is pretty good stuff.
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