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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

    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.
  5. 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.
  6. 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.
  7. 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.
  8. 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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