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Step 1: Materials
1.) Low-cost briefcase (found at Ross - DRESS FOR LESS!) I bet they have these at Wal-mart too.
2.) '''Dunlop DC Brick Power Supply'''
3.) 1/4" Guitar cables (Guitar center / your local music store)
4.) Velcro strips (found at any craft store in strips for about $5)
5.) Effects Pedals (whatever you got)
Step 2: Assemble
"Velcro is a brand name of fabric hook-and-loop fasteners. Its consists of two layers: a "hook" side, which is a piece of fabric covered with tiny hooks, and a "loop" side, which is covered with even smaller and "hairier" loops." Read up more on Velcro
Thus, when you look at the Velcro you bought from your craft store, you will find two sides that stick to each other, the hook and loop sides. The other sides of the Velcro are like stickers and can adhere to other surfaces permanently.
1.) Cut strips of your "hook" Velcro into squares that fit onto the bottoms of your guitar pedals. Attach the Velcro to the guitar pedals using the sticky side of the Velcro
2.) Cut strips of your "loop" Velcro into longer strips and stick them to the bottom of your briefcase (on the sticky side of course) as depicted in the image.