Adding a separate interface panel to the underside of your pedalboard can be a handy solution, especially if your board is so full that it’s hard to plug outboard cables in.
You can use such an interface panel for plugging your guitar in, for connecting effects to your amp’s FX loop, or to send the pedal’s output signal to the amp.
You can plug any guitar cable into the panel, and unplug it at will.
– If you’ve determined during the planning phase that you need additional connectors, it’s best to install them right after you’ve added the power supply.
– Best-Tronics D-Panel frames are attached to the pedalboard in the same way as a power supply unit. Self-drilling screws are provided with the panel frames, meaning no machine drilling is required. Screws for D-panel connectors are also included in the package. All you need is Philips screwdriver.
– A plug-to-plug connector, with the output being a phone jack, too.
– A plug connector, with soldering lugs.
– An XLR connectors, with feed-through connectors or soldering lugs.
– A MIDI connectors, with soldering lugs. These ports are a little more difficult to solder, but doable.
– A Powercon connector, which is connected with screw-on terminals, like the AC-power connectors in our loom.
When you’re finished, turn the board right side up. Place all effects on top of the frame according to your plan, and connect all power and signal cables for the first test.
If you have purchased all the parts and components but get a feeling that you might not be up to the task after all, we can make your pedalboard for you, using the components you have bought from us. Don’t worry, we won’t let anything go to waste.
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