NYC pedalboard?

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by BobChuck, Oct 5, 2008.

  1. BobChuck

    BobChuck Supporting Member

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  2. cbpickin

    cbpickin Tweed Supporting Member Silver Supporting Member

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    Nope. I've been using my Pedalhead heavily for the past couple of years with no complaints at all. There are a bunch of them around here.

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  3. BobChuck

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    I 'm satisfied with my purchase. For the price, it is surprising that we
    can customize it. Is there another company which offers this kind of customisation?
     
  4. highfive!

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    I ordered one from Mike a while back - a custom size, basically a pedalhead but slimmed down. I'm diggin' it. I used to have a monster ATA case, and the NYC is easier to open and more streamlined. The only downside is the carpet covering. Could get stinky and trashed if you're not careful. I also recently picked up a Six Shot here on TGP for my bass stuff. I guess I'm starting a collection! Lunchbox is next.
     
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    I have a 6 shot that I bought a few years ago, its a well made board!
     
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    I have been using my sixshot for the last couple of years, highly recommended afaik.

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  7. TheLemon

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    NYC pedalboards are great I just recently got a Pedalhead-

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    The top lid makes break down and setup so much easier
     
  8. Ben C.

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    Good god no... there are at least 100 of us who have them also. Probably a lot more. Why do you ask?

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  9. domis

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    Nice board you got there jero
    What is that 'thing' you have strapped together with the powercable?

    I have a customized big shot, and i love it.
     
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    One of the best pieces of gear I've ever purchased. Set up at a gig takes 5 minutes instead of 20. Great product, great service.
     
  11. jero

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    Hi domis,

    what 'thing' do you mean?
     
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    I just got a custom one made. I love it!

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    I have one as well, a pedalhead, loving it!
     
  14. BobChuck

    BobChuck Supporting Member

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    First I'm new here , so I didnt know about you guys!

    And everywhere I go with my board somebody ask me
    "Which pedalboard is this?" . When I told them ,I can see they have no idee of what it is.
     
  15. Eskimo_Joe

    Eskimo_Joe Rocker, roller, way out of controller Supporting Member

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    I use NYC and have been very happy.
     
  16. blackba

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    I have a couple of NYC pedalboards. I kind of wish I had gotten smaller ones, but I seem to always fill them up.

    Only issue I have had is with the carpet covering coming up. I am reglueing one right now. Anyone else had issue with the carpeting starting to come unglued?

    Other than that I really like them....
     
  17. vintage66

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    I've had one a couple years too. No issues so far.
     
  18. thewex

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    Yep, had one for 5 years now! Love it. Sometimes wish it were bigger of course :)

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    I've got a pedalhead and I love it.
     
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    Hey all, don't wanna hijack this thread but thought it'd be a good place to ask without creating a redundant topic. Do you guys think it's worth it to spring for the butterfly latches? I'm looking at getting a six shot soon, are the extra latches worth it?
     

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