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Following the theme of my under $10 pedal board, I decided to build a stand for my Behringer at108 acoustic amp. I can't stand it aiming at my ...
Here is the layout of the sides. I took a framing square and tilted the amp back until I had an angle I liked. In this case it ...
So, basically, this thing is just four pieces of wood. After clamping the sides together and sanding them flush to each other, I then cut the back and bottom ...
Keeping with the theme of the pedal board, I decided to cut out legs after it was assembled because it just looked way too boxey. Again, I used ...
So, besides a finish, it's done! I had to drill a hole to slip the chord through because it was keeping the amp from sitting back correctly. Since ...
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