Can I use all full size ¼” plugs
and 90º ¼” plugs with the Boneyard?
A: For the most part yes. The larger holes allow
most ¼” guitar plugs to be used.
If you happen to have an extra large ¼”
plug like a Neutrik, you may have to disconnect
and re-solder in place.
Q: Why is
the Boneyard so expensive?
A: When we decided to make the Boneyard, we wanted
to ensure it would last. Therefore we chose to
use furniture grade plywood, proper edging, high-quality
super-stick carpet and have it painted properly
so that it would stand up. The problem with cheaper
boards that use particle board is that if ever
they get wet, they will deteriorate. Further,
with guitarists stomping one their pedals at full
force, we wanted to make sure the Boneyard was
really tough and could handle 300 lbs of exuberance!
Q: Why has it taken somebody so long
to come up with such an obviously needed product?
A: Designing a product like the Boneyard, even
though it seems like a no-brainer, requires great
deal of thought and the weighing of many variables.
Anyone can make a product that has tons of features
if cost is no object – getting just the
right mix of features that most people will want
at an attractive price – that is
the hard part
Q: Will you
be producing a smaller version for smaller stages?
A: We do not have plans to produce a smaller version
yet, but hopefully one day we will.
Q: Can I cut
the Boneyard to suit my special needs?
A: Yes you can – but obviously we cannot
warranty a product that has been changed or modified!
Q: Can I cut
a whole in the front of the Boneyard to slide
a microphone stand leg underneath?
I order a flight case for the Boneyard?
A: Yes. Just keep in mind that the space under
the Boneyard was originally designed to house
cables and power supplies. Also bear in mind that
we cannot warranty products that have been modified.
A: Yes. These are large and heavy so make sure you
have the facilities to handle the case once you