M13 on a pedal pad?

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  1. eoshreds

    eoshreds Member

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    Has anyone tried putting an M13 on a pedal pad? Seems like most folks are using pedal train boards. Thanks.
     
  2. cr8z4life

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    Here is how I set mine up

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  3. theroan

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    The Pedal train two is a great board to have with an M13. That board looks pretty squished.
     
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    Yes, it is........I had thought about using a larger board I have but that would have been heavier, larger, and I like this smaller footprint. The top dials on the OD pedals is covered but still accessable......which is fine with me.....when you use a looper all your doing is hitting the loop button right? So this works for me...... It is one option......there are plenty of options available!!!
     
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    What ever works for your set up right? All your pedal wouldn't fit on a PT-2 and the Pro would be way to big, so you made it work. The PT-2 works for me because it's M13, MXR micro amp, silverkiss and a volume, fits perfect. With a Mark V I don't need much for dirt.
     
  6. ToneFreak911

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    Yep. It fits quite nicely on my Pedal Pad XL taking up about three sections.
     
  7. eoshreds

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    Good to know, because its on its way!
     

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