New size added to Ham­mond Man­u­fac­tur­ing’s pop­u­lar Stomp Box Range

DEMM Engineering & Manufacturing - - PLASTICS -

Ham­mond Man­u­fac­tur­ing’s 1590 Stomp die-cast alu­minium en­clo­sures, are de­signed to ac­cept the most com­monly used switches for stomp box ap­pli­ca­tions. Stomp boxes, also known as guitar ef­fect ped­als, are, as the name sug­gests, foot­op­er­ated equip­ment used by elec­tric gui­tarists.

The Stomp boxes are avail­able in rec­tan­gu­lar, trape­zoidal & oc­tag­o­nal de­signs. All are rugged, easy to ma­chine en­clo­sures, able to cope with the de­mand­ing on-stage en­vi­ron­ment. The latest ad­di­tion to the fam­ily is a 119x94x42mm rec­tan­gu­lar unit, de­signed to ac­cept deeper break-be­fore-make switches that stop con­ducted in­ter­fer­ence when op­er­ated. All types are fin­ished in a smooth gloss polyester pow­der paint.

In or­der to help the mu­si­cian quickly iden­tify in­di­vid­ual ped­als the units are avail­able in seven strong and vi­brant colours.

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