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  • Drilling holes in pedaltrain for Neutrik jacks

    Does someone know what drillbit is best for this?  Does anyone know where you can buy a pedaltrain with the jacks already installed?

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    I would use a step drill bit, and drill the hole to size from each side. A twist drill will grab when the point breaks through, and can cause the drill to wrench out of your hands. 

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    • juri
      juri commented
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      $40 drill bit, dang


  • #3
    Those jacks are these:

    http://www.musiciansfriend.com/accessories/vtg-nj3fp6c-neutrik-trs-locking-connector

    with a little moulded plastic border added. I would route the Pedaltrain slats out and just drill the holes for the screws on the corners of the jacks.
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    • chrisjnyc
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      Check the spam thread... there is one up now for $170

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