Modular Pedal Board

Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by Tony Flow MMMM, Feb 12, 2013.


  1. Tony Flow MMMM

    Tony Flow MMMM Supporting Member

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    So I did have a ton of pedals but went on a selling spree. I have about 5 come and go a week, anywho. I have been wanting a smaller pedaltrain nano board for my other band, just for tuner, compressor overdrive And boost. I also wanted a riser for the ones in the rear. I bought a peice of 6x1 wood and spray paint.. More pictures tomorrow evening. Man it came out great! Now I can just pull off the small board to take to my other band without repositioning every pedal. View attachment 317518 View attachment 317519

    I guess pictures aren't showing much I promise it's sweeeet
  2. jumblemind

    jumblemind I also answer to Bryan Supporting Member

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    I toyed with different ideas for a modular setup, but always with the core board as the base, so I never really got anywhere. Never thought to make the main board the removable part, that's nice.
  3. Chaddycakes

    Chaddycakes

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    You posted about this in my topic about juggling boards between bands. I love your design! The only thing I personally would change for my own design based on yours would be to put my power supply on the upper riser so I could have it available for all of my gigs.

    Did the flight case come with the board?
  4. Tony Flow MMMM

    Tony Flow MMMM Supporting Member

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    Yes it did! I only use the power strip for my 24v q tron and my shure wireless which I only use in the full kit babd
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  6. BigDBass

    BigDBass PWIYB! Supporting Member

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    I like it.
    Squeezed myself into pretty firm nano commitment (via Mono Vertigo/Tick) and the frequent pedal swaps are becoming a chore. Hmm..

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