Well to keep the story short. I needed a pedal board that had a unique size, it all seem to fit inside this one sax case my band's vocalist had given me. I took it home took out the felt and tried to take off the hardware I wasn't gonna use and broke it. <.< 2 by Kenjuku posted Jun 20, 2014 at 12:33 AM R.I.P And thus in comes the wood. The design was to have an inner board size of 36 in. X 14 in. Seeing as I wanna fit a GT-100/GT-10B, 2 105Q crybabys, peterson classic stomp, and A hot hand. Granted I'm still GASing for some of these but hopefully soon So the idea I'm going for is to make a detachable top pedal board, that doesn't involve me having to take a pedal board out of a box. So I'm combining both the box and the board itself into hopefully one neat project. I will keep updating as I make progress. This is day 2's pictures. If anyone wants a shot and my chicken scratch plans let me know. Day 1 really consisted of getting the wood and having it cut. BTW: home depot sucks major **** cutting straight lines. But I have to deal with it since my saw can't handle some of the sizes I wrote out. Either way I'm happy with how's it's comin along seeing as it's my first wood project. EDIT: Yeah fixed the first post I'm kinda new to the whole forum thing.