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can someone recomend me a pedal board

Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by sk8inbassist17, Oct 27, 2005.

  1. well my pedal board is getting to small for my pedals so i need a new one.

    i need one big enought to hold and dunlop 105Q, mxr m-80, boss odb-3, boss dd-3, boss geb-7, boss tu-2, and maybe a boss ceb-3 chours.

    so could anyone recomend me one.

    thanks in advance.
  2. fretlessrock

    fretlessrock Supporting Member

    Aug 8, 2002
    I have been using a Radial Boneyard board for a while and it has been everything I wanted in a board. The bag they sell for it is a Kaces keyboard bag. Look at the dimensions and you might find a nicer/padded bag for the same $, or close to it. It is one of those things where I bough it and never had a second thought. Well built, great covering, nice angle, plenty of room...
  3. arbitrary

    arbitrary Supporting Member

    Oct 24, 2005
    Boston, MA
    kinda pricey but the pedaltrains are very nice, but I would say worth it.
  4. dadodetres


    Dec 19, 2004
    i use the BOSS pedal board and works great

    boss pedals fit perfectly
    and it has 1 space in which you can adapt a wha pedal
  5. Jazz Ad

    Jazz Ad Mi la ré sol Supporting Member

    Rondo Music pedalboards are cheap and people usually are happy with them.
  6. go for the pedaltrains man... they rock... just choose one out of the 3 sizes and you should be alright...
  7. bassman314

    bassman314 I seem to be a verb, an evolutionary process...

    Mar 13, 2005
    Bay Area, CA

    Great Quality, Great options.. Awesome prices..

    I'm gonna get a board from them, once I have all the pedals for my "micro rig" all purchased.

    They do custom work, too.
  8. Petary791


    Feb 20, 2005
    Michigan, USA
    I was gonna build my own pedalboard. I real big nice one with matrix board so I could route my cables through the board and such. I planned on having a lot more pedals than I have now, but after getting my Whammy, I feel set. What i'm gonna do, just so I don't have to put all my pedals in a bag and set them all up, is get a piece of plywood, drill a few holes, and zip-tie my pedals down.

    Ghetto-- but easy and it works. Oh yeah, did I mention it's cheap? :hyper:
  9. Bassin' 'Round

    Bassin' 'Round Banned

    Apr 30, 2005
    They look nice, nice price too.
  10. tplyons


    Apr 6, 2003
    Madison, NJ
    I've dealt with Mike a few times in the past and have always been utterly impressed with both his handywork and knowledge of effects in general.

    But for someone like me, it's a bad idea to get him on the phone. I swear we talked a few hours about Electro-Harmonix gear alone.
  11. chaosMK


    May 26, 2005
    Albuquerque, NM
    Hi-fi into an old tube amp
    If you are on a budget, you can ebay Rondo stuff for about $35-40. I ordered one but it is still in transit.
  12. tplyons


    Apr 6, 2003
    Madison, NJ
    or Hit up Rondomusic.com
  13. Petary791


    Feb 20, 2005
    Michigan, USA
  14. WovenGraphite

    WovenGraphite Supporting Member

    Jan 19, 2005
    Bay Area, California
  15. prockenklang


    May 22, 2003
  16. spidersbass


    Nov 29, 2004
    Downtown L.A.
    anyone know if a Crybaby 105Q will fit in that Rondo case?
  17. sloppysubs


    Nov 24, 2002
    Swansboro, NC
    Seemed like to me (and I have built many of my own) that building your own always left you a little open to accidental pedal damage. I tried to build one with a top once but could never find the right hinges. I always got my supplies from Lowes or Home Depot, but they don't really carry much in the way of pedal board material. ;)

    Anyway, I have been pedalboad-less for a while. But when I get all the pedals I want (two more left) then I am really going to get up with NYC pedal boards. I hear nothing but good things about their work.

    +1 NYC
  18. FunkyLemz

    FunkyLemz Supporting Member

    Oct 17, 2005
    Los Angeles, CA
    I know you probably dont want to hear this, but Im anti pedalboards. At least anti ac connectors. I made my own pedal board - painted, styled, and put handles and candles on it (yes candles - very cool idea IMHO). Well, the reason for my dislike is because they sometimes cause unwanted hiss/noise and because of that I am all about batteries.
    My 2 cents - Mike
  19. yea power supplys do add some hiss.

    i use the onespot daisy chain and ac plug it adds some his but it saves a bunch of money.
  20. bassman314

    bassman314 I seem to be a verb, an evolutionary process...

    Mar 13, 2005
    Bay Area, CA
    meh I hate batteries... 9v gets pretty expensieve after awhile.. and I have one that's a 12v, and I'm adding one (hopefully) that's straight AC.

    I've never hada problem with noise from the transformer.. I use a Godlyke Power-All, and it's pretty quiet. Noise is always from some OTHER source in my rig *L*