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Pedal board Trouble.

Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by keiser8339, Feb 12, 2013.

  1. The thought of getting a pedal board has always been very appealing to me. I don't have very many pedals, but having something they were already set up on, would be handy and save time. The problem is - I'm not sure which pedal board to get, that will fit all my effects on it. Here are the pedals I want on my pedal board: BP 200 - Sansamp - EBS Multi-comp - And enough room to fit my G30 receiver. I would also like to add a Boss TU3 when I get it. If anyone can throw an idea or two, towards the right pedal board I would greatly appreciate it. Thanks TB.

    Here is what I was looking at - http://www.americanmusical.com/Item--i-GAT-GPTPRO-LIST
  2. JonnyAngle

    JonnyAngle Dropping Acid Pedal Etching .com Supporting Member Commercial User

    Nov 24, 2008
    Maple Grove, MN
  3. Biggbass


    Dec 14, 2011
    Planet Earth
  4. Dave W

    Dave W Supporting Member

    Mar 1, 2007
    White Plains
    Another vote for Pedaltrain.

    Take your pedals and lay them out on the floor. Take some measurements to see how big of a board you need, then check out the different sizes. Make sure you leave some room for the TU-3 and anything else you might want to add in the future.
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  6. Got2SadowskyNYC


    Dec 5, 2012
    Nashville, TN
    Artist: Sadowsky, Bag End, Visual Sound, Pedaltrain, George L
    Pedals are like chips. You can have just one. Make sure you pedal one with room from growth.

    The Pedaltrain mini is great but fills up quick. Get a Pedatrain JR with bag or a PedalTrain 1 with hardcase. Not very big, room from growth for a little around $100.

    John, who ones PT is a nice fella.
  7. if you dont want to spend money, go to ikea and grab some GORM shelves, over here they're 7 quid for a twin pack.
  8. mcascone


    Jan 30, 2013
    Similar to the IKEA idea, but I go to Home Depot and get black shelving boards, and drill holes to pass zip ties through.
  9. mcascone


    Jan 30, 2013
    I just had Home Depot cut a 2x4 sheet of pegboard into 4 pieces, turning it into an infinitely adjustable board with perfectly aligned holes for the zip-ties. $9. I'm a genius.

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