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PinkMohawk

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  1. Seems to me that the most important part of this system would be mounting it to the studs in the wall. Long as that's done properly, can't see how there'd be a problem with the system.
  2. Pretty minimal, I'd imagine. White would be my preference, but if grey was all you had, it'd just uniformly darken the colour just a touch.
  3. In that case, yeah, you'd need to strip it back then paint it with the solid colour. You'd need to do a solid primer colour beneath it too, make sure it comes out even as well, otherwise a light colour like this will more than likely still show the colour difference through it.
  4. If you want to keep that kind of colour, I'd sand it back and go for a solid colour instead. Personal preference would be a dark black stain, but that's just me.
  5. Nabbed a set of J pickups off of him, nice and easy to deal with, no messing around waiting for shipping, proper stand up bloke. Happy to deal with him again.
  6. Does anyone happen to know off the top of their head, if it's possible to swap the buttons from the M4/ BM light tuning keys for the M6 large buttons? Alternatively, if it's possible to use Sperzel buttons in their place as well.
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  8. Hey mate, just sent you a message about the head
  9. I use that stuff, it's not too bad to deal with as long as you don't use too much of it. I also use a couple of flathead screwdrivers to help pry pedals off, makes it pretty quick.
  10. I'm running the Hotone Cybery, I'm really liking it so far, it's dead quiet, and that's with me running a heavily distorted stereo rig too. Also allows for midi control, and you can edit your presets via a phone app.
  11. I recently rebuilt my board, and I went with the Vitoos Iso 4 Plus, and it's been rock solid so far, loads of current on tap, 8 outputs, very small and low profile, and dirt cheap as well. I don't like the idea of rechargeable supplies, too easy to forget that you didn't charge it enough, or just not have enough power on tap to make it through a whole set, etc.
  12. I just drilled new holes when I replaced mine, not worth the hassle of searching really
  13. I sacked off the original wheels when one of mine broke, replaced them with skateboard trucks and wheels instead,so much smoother and easier to work with now.
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  15. Don't suppose anyone has any leads on some right angle IEC plugs, preferably low profile? Google hasn't really helped, since I need a male and female, male going to the left, female to the right. Making some leads to connect my guitarists two PP2+ together to minimise how many cables are laying on the floor, and I want it to be small enough that he can get it in and out of the case without having to take it out every time, because that is a sure fire way for it to get left behind at a venue.
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