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How to attach boss pedals to your board

Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by Jman2089, Dec 15, 2013.


  1. Jman2089

    Jman2089 Supporting Member

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  2. stratovani

    stratovani

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    That looks pretty good! I have my Boss pedals in a couple of BCB-30 pedal cases myself. Back what I had a homemade wooden pedal board I used long cable ties to fasten down my pedals.
     
  3. Jman2089

    Jman2089 Supporting Member

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    I have two boards. On my mini I use 4 Boss pedals: modded cs-3, pink label ceb-3, Rv-5, Ft-2 filter, polytune mini and LR Baggs para Di
    On my nano I have one Boss pedal, 3 leaf pwnzor, Mxr Bod, 3 leaf proton, modded ce-2b. I tried velcro to the boss pedal, but i hated that I lost the rubber on my RV-5. I didn't want to take a chance on messing up my good pedals so look around and found this product. Perfect, no more worries The pedalock works like a charm.
     
  4. Jman2089

    Jman2089 Supporting Member

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    I have the boss case as well, but the nano fits my use better.
     
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  6. Joe Louvar

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  7. Rickenmonster

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    I just peel off the rubber bottoms and stick on some Velcro. I keep the bottoms in case I decide to sell.
     
  8. phangtonpower

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    I actually made plastic bottoms for my boss pedals and Velcroed those. I haven't tried it yet, but should have since the plastic I used is kind of weak, but flipping the bottoms inside out and velcroing the inside part.
     
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