**Ignore shipping cost and read on please**

This custom composer desk was made for me in 2014 by Joey Spallina of Artisan Sound Crafts. It's solid cherry and is darkening nicely as cherry does. The desk is in good shape but there is some wear and tear as it's been moved twice. It was buffed/varnished again in 2021. The desk comes as 5 pieces (left, center, right, lower panel, controller tray) that you can slide together and then lock in with screws (or not). Not shown are optional casters and a sliding computer keyboard drawer which I'm currently not using. You can fit a ton of gear in this thing and it's all very accessible. Best if you come inspect and pick it up locally from my studio in Brooklyn, but I will consider shipping *within contiguous USA* using Craters & Freighters at your expense (you will pay actual shipping, not necessarily the $2000 listed), and an agreement that the sale is 100% final. I will be happy to get on a zoom and show you the desk in more detail if you like.

Gear not included, except for the primacoustic decouplers.

You get 7RU x2 in the speaker risers

4RU x3 in the monitor riser

13RU x2 in the large bays.

See photos for dimensions.

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Listeda year ago
ConditionVery Good (Used)
Very Good items may show a few slight marks or scratches but are fully functional and in overall great shape.learn more
Brand
  • Artisan Sound Crafts
Model
  • Custom Composer's Desk
Finish
  • Cherry
Categories
Year
  • 2014
Made In
  • United States

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