Ghostbusters Trap Pedal

Discussion in 'Replica Props' started by Janderson0719, Apr 11, 2012.

  1. Janderson0719

    Janderson0719 New Member

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    This is my 95% done trap pedal. Still missing a few details.

    I do have a Proton Pack, but it's going through some upgrades at the moment. I will start another thread on that when it's more put together.

    Here are some pics of my trap pedal:

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  2. KagaSakai

    KagaSakai New Member

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    Glorious!
     
  3. sebastian

    sebastian Active Member

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    Very nice indeed. Did you use would or aluminum for the base? I have been putting one together, but holding off until I get an aluminum base to finish it.

    Cheers
    Sebastian
     
  4. Filandrius

    Filandrius Well-Known Member

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    An aluminum base is really great, but it can be hard to find, except if you know someone that can cut one for you. My own pedal was a breeze to build because of it and can be dismantled at will; everything is bolted on in tapped holes. That reminds me that I should post pics. ;)

    Nice pedal, by the way. :)
     
  5. Janderson0719

    Janderson0719 New Member

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    Thanks fellas.

    Yea, aluminum base pedal is hard to come by. Mine is just made from MDF, but the way I've constructed my pedal, I can take it apart. I used inserts to screw everything into, like Filandrous stated.

    Overall, I'm happy with my trap pedal. It was my first prop replica I ever made.
     
  6. Kingpin

    Kingpin Active Member

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    Bah! Why didn't I think of that for my pedal?!

    Great build, J.
     

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