Yeah. It rocks :-D I like the wood actually, it's not as cold (since I leave it sitting in my basement, and play barefoot) as sheet metal. Obviously I sanded it down nice, and it's very smooth. The only thing that I should have done was drill the buttons in, since they slide a bit now, but that's easy to do, the brackets have screw holes, in fact, they came wiht screws. I just need to make sure that it wouldn't be interfering with the electronics to shove in a couple of countersunk screws.
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