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    Hey my rack/amp case is pretty messy. How did you guys wire up your rack? Pics are great please. Cheers, Lucius
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  • #2
    Very carefully

    I make my own cables, so making them only as long as they need to be really cleans things up quite a bit.. Zipties are your friend too
    Guitars - Too many

    Effects - Dirt

    Amps - Hiwatt DR504 - Hiwatt Cab

    Rack Unpacked
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    • #3
      Yes the have like a sticky cable managment thing, this a small sticky pad and it holds a zip tie so you can keep everything nice and neat. If you want something less permenant you could always slide the zip tie out and use like a sandwhich tie.
      -Jim

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      • #4
        http://cableorganizer.com/outlet/EFL-1610710.html?section=10&catname=Wire+Management+]+Cable+Ties+/+Fasteners

        I was talking about these things. they will affix zip ties or whatever to the inside of your rack and you can keep yo cable together and out of your way.
        -Jim

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        • #5
          Thanks. I guess I could make my own as well. I got my randall head with (so far) a G-major, DTR-2000, 4x4 power thingy, and my ISP pro rack g.
          One thing that does irk me a bit is that pro-rack doesn't have a switchable function but that is for another thread. Cheers, Lucius
          Good transactions with: Brewski, gtpfbod, Xenoanthropus, wassupg,NickCormier, Ben J , Skyhighrocks, JonathanD, gooman, UVguy, Rho, Erocku, warplanegrey, exilea, Jerryp, Mogwai, thefyn, guitarslinger, Mr Scary, madrigal77,Dark Aegis, a few others that have slipped my mind.



          FS: Mesa Dual Rec - SOLD! To the man with the big green shoes!

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          • #6
            You can find similiar versions of those fasteners at bike shops Lucius. Go in and ask for the stick on cable guides that come with suspension forks when the bikes get built. They should be able to get a few. I have some myself.
            Agile Intrepid Dual
            Ibanez RG7321 w/liquifire-n - paf-b
            Peavey Ultra Plus
            Digitech GSP1101
            Carvin Legacy 2x12 cab
            NS-2/Bad Monkey/Boss FW-3
            TC Electronics Gmajor

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            • #7
              The only way to really do it properly is to make your own cables, including (particularly?) the power cables. IMO, those are always the worst ones, because they're unwieldy and always the wrong length.

              -Dan.
              Well, I've been to one world fair, a picnic, and a rodeo, and that's the stupidest thing I ever heard come over a set of earphones.

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              • #8
                try these...
                Also dick swabs suck. a lot.

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                • #9
                  You can also try this

                  http://documents.esdsystems.com/pdf/35657.pdf

                  Hope it help.
                  Roberto

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