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Dingbat and pedal power ac attaching to board...

Posted: Tue Mar 14, 2017 12:27 pm
by DMR
hi there, new member but longtime user here. just a quick (possibly stupid) question. I just picked up a large dingbat and want to attach my ac power plus to it (already got a mondo on there). I have the bracket but new screw/grommett. What size do I need?

Re: Dingbat and pedal power ac attaching to board...

Posted: Tue Mar 14, 2017 12:33 pm
by JohnClark
Hello, and thanks!

Attaching a second Pedal Power to a Dingbat Pedalboard requires an extra set of brackets. We include the 6-32 screws and nuts with these spare brackets.
Did you get these from us?

Re: Dingbat and pedal power ac attaching to board...

Posted: Tue Mar 14, 2017 12:44 pm
by DMR
thanks for the response! I got it from a local store. I was just wondering if I could buy a screw to attach the AC to my board rather than buy a new set of brackets.

sorry - i meant to add: i got the dingbat board from AMS.com - it came with one bracket and one screw.

Re: Dingbat and pedal power ac attaching to board...

Posted: Tue Mar 14, 2017 1:17 pm
by JohnClark
I guess I'm a little confused on what you have there...

Medium and Large Dingbats come with one silver bracket for mounting the first power supply. The first power supply would be mounted between the center rib that acts as the second bracket and the included silver bracket. If yours came with the Mondo mounted, it should have used the included silver bracket.

A second power supply requires two of the silver mounting brackets, one for each side of the Pedal Power and mounts to the second position.
The screws in the sides of the Pedal Power are removed and re-used to mount the brackets to the sides of the Pedal Power. The Pedal Power with attached brackets then mounts to the pedalboard using the included 6-32 flat top screw and keps nut.

Please give us a call directly or write to info@voodoolab.com if you are missing any of these pieces and we will get you what you need.

Re: Dingbat and pedal power ac attaching to board...

Posted: Tue Mar 14, 2017 3:26 pm
by DMR
thank you!