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Voodoo Lab Releases First Module for Dingbat Pedalboards

Voodoo Lab Releases First Module for Dingbat Pedalboards

The Dingus 1⁄4” Feed-Thru adds easy-access audio cable connectivity.

Santa Rosa, CA (November 19, 2019) -- Voodoo Lab announces the release of the Dingus Dual 1⁄4” Thru-Box accessory for popular Dingbat series pedalboards.

Dingus 1⁄4” Feed-Thru adds easy-access audio cable connectivity to a Voodoo Lab Dingbat pedalboard. This handy add-on works for both mono and stereo connections and installs beneath either side of a Dingbat pedalboard. From simple guitar and amp connections to more complex stereo and effects loop setups, Dingus makes cable routing clean and convenient.

Dingus Highlights

  • Provides easy-access guitar and amp connections to pedalboard
  • Accepts mono or stereo TRS connections
  • Mounts beneath right or left sides of Dingbat pedalboard
  • Easy installation with included mounting screws

Dingus ($39.99 USD) is now shipping to North American dealers and worldwide distributors.

For a list of authorized Voodoo Lab retailers, please visit https://www.voodoolab.com/purchase.htm

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