drilling a PedalTrain?
So I'm (slowly, methodically) compiling all my stompboxes onto a big-ass PedalTrain Pro pedalboard, and it's becoming apparent that velcro alone won't be sufficient to hold everything onto it.
I've been playing around with some heavy-duty zip-ties in addition to the velcro, and they seem to work well for the few pedals whose shape/geometry happens to conform to the spaces & structures of the PedalTrain board.
But that's very few pedals; most of them are sized such that to fully take advantage of this idea I would need to drill holes in the horizontal cross-pieces of the PedalTrain to allow the zip-tie to pass around the stompbox and through the pedalboard.
Has anyone here done anything like that?
Just wondering how tolerant/forgiving the PedalTrain steel is of drilling, whether there are any cautions or caveats I should be aware of before punching holes in my brand new PedalTrain, and whether perhaps there's a simpler solution?
Last edited by Roscoe East : 06-27-2013 at 02:39 PM.