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DIY pedalboard

Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by accidentprone13, Jun 5, 2012.


  1. just finished this puppy the other day. i'm pretty proud of it! as you can see by my pedals i kinda make a living off being thrifty, and making my own pedalboard was much cheaper!

    the order goes output- loop station- tuner- harmonist- flange- chorus- boost- overdrive- input.

    thinking about switching the harmonist and the chorus and seeing where that gets me.

    anyways, enjoy my handy work!
     

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  2. EricssonB

    EricssonB

    Apr 5, 2011
    CO
    Good DIY project. Been meaning to make one, but I've only got three pedals -- one's a looper that takes my GT-5 tone-sucker out of the chain -- so it's not practical.

    May I suggest making it a Christmas tree? Don't forget the resistors.

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  3. Um... what? :)
     
  4. sure would make shows around the holidays feel more festive!
     
  5. Bassmanbob

    Bassmanbob Supporting Member

    Nicely done.
     
  6. tallchris

    tallchris

    Dec 19, 2010
    Seattle
    I'm actually putting together a new pedal board later today when I get home from work.

    For the last few years I've just been using a piece of plywood I cut to fit my gear box that I found in my bandmate's garage. Spraypainted it blue and put velcro on it:

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    I'm using additional pedals, and one of them (Thermionic TE-01) is WAY too big to fit on my current board. Got a suitcase off Ebay, gonna stop at the hardware store on my way home and put it all together tonight.
     

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