Pedal Board for TC Electronics

Pretzmidtown

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Hey everyone! I have a few TC electronics pedals (polytune, hall of fame) and might get a few more as I really like them a lot.

For a small pedal board, preferably one that has a lid or a bag for easy transport, what would you recommend as a pedal board set up for just these pedals? I am NOT experienced with boards and just want to get it looking nice and organized...appreciate any help you can give a newbie! Thanks!! :huh
 

phazersonstun

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Pedaltrain has a good selection of sizes from tiny to enormous.
The smaller have bags, larger ones have the option of bag or hard shell.
Here's my PT Mini.
 

Pretzmidtown

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Thanks so much...that looks pretty nice...any idea how many TC pedals could git on a smaller pedlatrain board that has a bag?
 

Pretzmidtown

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One more question, sorry. With four TC pedals, would you use as the power supply? (Currently I just use 9v batteries and that HAS to top). Something that can power them all? Any recommendations?
 

skiltrip

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I have the Pedaltrain Mini. You'll fit 6 TC pedals on it. You can power them up easily with a 1 Spot Combo pack ($28 from Music123 on eBay).

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Pretzmidtown

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Awesome skiltrip...$28 is nice...i'm debating between the nano (looking like four TC pedals) or the mini. Both might work for me. huge thanks on the power suggestion
 

skiltrip

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Awesome skiltrip...$28 is nice...i'm debating between the nano (looking like four TC pedals) or the mini. Both might work for me. huge thanks on the power suggestion
Regarding Mini vs Nano, I say always allow room for future growth. I bought a Mini only a couple weeks ago and thought it'd be perfect, but I've already added a couple more pedals and I'm now using a homemade 14" board along with it. Considering a Pedaltrain JR, but I don't really care for two tiered setups.

The Mini also let's you space your pedals out a bit more too. I always appreciate having a little more foot room when trying to switch a quick boost on and then back off again on the fly, all while singing. Lol.

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