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  • Temple Audio Duo 24 Pedal Board Blog, Part 3

    It's coming along!

    https://oldguysguitarblog.com/2018/1...-board-part-3/

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    Re: Temple Audio Duo 24 Pedal Board Blog, Part 3

    Great write up!
    Oh no.....


    Oh Yeah!

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    • #3
      Re: Temple Audio Duo 24 Pedal Board Blog, Part 3

      Great blog! I'd love to get a Temple if they made one in exactly the size I need. Right now I am just using plywood, but I'd like something a little nicer.
      Dave, Ambassador/Writer/Artist for Seymour Duncan

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      • #4
        Re: Temple Audio Duo 24 Pedal Board Blog, Part 3

        Originally posted by Mincer View Post
        Great blog! I'd love to get a Temple if they made one in exactly the size I need. Right now I am just using plywood, but I'd like something a little nicer.
        If I understand correctly, they do custom sizes. I bought one off the shelf, but give them a shout and see what they tell you.

        Thanks for the support!!

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        • #5
          Re: Temple Audio Duo 24 Pedal Board Blog, Part 3

          I have a small Temple board. Not using it right now. Love the pedal mounting system but most power bricks don't fit underneath. That means upsizing the board to accommodate a supply up top.

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          • #6
            Re: Temple Audio Duo 24 Pedal Board Blog, Part 3

            Originally posted by Old Guy View Post
            If I understand correctly, they do custom sizes. I bought one off the shelf, but give them a shout and see what they tell you.

            Thanks for the support!!
            Yes, I've looked at their site and they in fact, do custom sizes. This might be perfect. A question: is the listed size of your board just the pedal surface, or does it include the end caps as well? If you have a ruler handy, can you measure the *exact* board width you have (mine would have to fit inside an existing case)?
            Dave, Ambassador/Writer/Artist for Seymour Duncan

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            • #7
              Re: Temple Audio Duo 24 Pedal Board Blog, Part 3

              Originally posted by Darg1911 View Post
              I have a small Temple board. Not using it right now. Love the pedal mounting system but most power bricks don't fit underneath. That means upsizing the board to accommodate a supply up top.
              I ran into this problem with the TrueTone CS7 being way too big for the undercarriage, so I got a Voodoo Lab one. There is also another power brick that is all over YouTube that fits well under the Temple Audio boards. The name is escaping me right now.

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              • #8
                Re: Temple Audio Duo 24 Pedal Board Blog, Part 3

                Originally posted by Mincer View Post
                Yes, I've looked at their site and they in fact, do custom sizes. This might be perfect. A question: is the listed size of your board just the pedal surface, or does it include the end caps as well? If you have a ruler handy, can you measure the *exact* board width you have (mine would have to fit inside an existing case)?
                I will measure when I get home and post the numbers!

                On thing to note is that the end caps actually slide over the board and attach to the top plate and under bracket via screws.

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                • #9
                  Re: Temple Audio Duo 24 Pedal Board Blog, Part 3

                  Just measured the Duo 24.

                  There is 23 and a 1/4 inch usable space in length and 12 and a 1/4 inch usable space in width. Hope those numbers help!

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                  • #10
                    Re: Temple Audio Duo 24 Pedal Board Blog, Part 3

                    Originally posted by Old Guy View Post
                    Just measured the Duo 24.

                    There is 23 and a 1/4 inch usable space in length and 12 and a 1/4 inch usable space in width. Hope those numbers help!
                    So, is there 24" including the endcaps? This *does* help a lot. The 21" might work for me, but if it exceeds 22" including the endcaps, it wouldn't work. I just don't know how they are measuring space.
                    Dave, Ambassador/Writer/Artist for Seymour Duncan

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                    • #11
                      Re: Temple Audio Duo 24 Pedal Board Blog, Part 3

                      Originally posted by Mincer View Post
                      So, is there 24" including the endcaps?
                      Yes, that is correct!

                      Seems like the length they quote is end caps and all.

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                      • #12
                        Re: Temple Audio Duo 24 Pedal Board Blog, Part 3

                        Interesting- thanks for checking! It could have gone either way- if they counted the endcaps or not.
                        Dave, Ambassador/Writer/Artist for Seymour Duncan

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                        • #13
                          Re: Temple Audio Duo 24 Pedal Board Blog, Part 3

                          Originally posted by Mincer View Post
                          So, is there 24" including the endcaps? This *does* help a lot. The 21" might work for me, but if it exceeds 22" including the endcaps, it wouldn't work. I just don't know how they are measuring space.
                          Because of the size of your case?
                          Oh no.....


                          Oh Yeah!

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                          • #14
                            Re: Temple Audio Duo 24 Pedal Board Blog, Part 3

                            Originally posted by PFDarkside View Post
                            Because of the size of your case?
                            Yeah, and I don't need it to be any bigger. The case holds other things, like my IEMs, and my backup rig, too, so I'd like to keep the pedalboard so it would work for me.
                            Dave, Ambassador/Writer/Artist for Seymour Duncan

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                            • #15
                              Re: Temple Audio Duo 24 Pedal Board Blog, Part 3

                              Hi everyone!
                              I see there's some Templeboard love in here.
                              I own two Duo 24 Templeboards, one for my acoustic shows, and one for my electric ones.
                              Here, let me share them with you!

                              The Electric One:



                              The Acoustic One:


                              I do have to update the acoustic one. There's also a MXR Micro Amp Plus in there, like to the right above the EHX22500 Dual Stereo Looper.


                              I really love, love these boards. They look very professional, cool, and you can move things around with all the holes for positioning.
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