Pedal Board recommendations

Bogner

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so I’m about to put my pedalboard together and have done 0 research on mounting boards. What are your favorites? It won’t be small so space for power supply and probably a Gig Rig switcher.
Schmidt Array hands down. It's not even close.
 

smithguitars

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Schmidt Array, the best. I got the chance to visit with Martyn Smith and the Schmidt Array crew a couple of weeks ago. Great designs, money well spent. I really like the SA525--more pedal space than the 900 according to MS. I would buy again, but I may never need to. Gigrig G2 and Gigrig Power FTW.
 

CJReaper

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I'd say Friedman or Voodoo Labs Dingbat as they (VL) offer their own switching system that mounts to the board unless your dead set on the GigRig.
 

Husky

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I'd say Friedman or Voodoo Labs Dingbat as they (VL) offer their own switching system that mounts to the board unless your dead set on the GigRig.
Well I have the ES8, Musicom 3 and I like the functionality of the Gig Rig. I would probably do it myself, if I can work on The Edges board I can do my own ;-), I’m just deciding on the physical board and trying to narrow down what I really need.
 

cosmic_ape

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Well I have the ES8, Musicom 3 and I like the functionality of the Gig Rig. I would probably do it myself, if I can work on The Edges board I can do my own ;-), I’m just deciding on the physical board and trying to narrow down what I really need.
Well, if you are doing it yourself and using a switcher, I would recommend a flat board, especially if you plan on including volume/expression pedals. Using them on a slanted board is a mayor PITA...

Something like a Gator G-Tour board:

 

Husky

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Well, if you are doing it yourself and using a switcher, I would recommend a flat board, especially if you plan on including volume/expression pedals. Using them on a slanted board is a mayor PITA...

Something like a Gator G-Tour board:

I’m half thinking about designing a custom one in 3D and making it ;-)

I’ll carve the whole things out of one piece of flamed Koa and 30 coats of hand rubbed Shellac :)
 
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I use to be a Pedaltrain user.. haven't used them for about a year and half or so.. Love my Temple Board.. I customized it by adding a bridge from Fix Pedalboards for more real estate.. I'm super happy with it.. I'm flooded in reverb.. beyond the depths.. :D



 

cosmic_ape

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I use to be a Pedaltrain user.. haven't used them for about a year and half or so.. Love my Temple Board.. I customized it by adding a bridge from Fix Pedalboards for more real estate.. I'm super happy with it.. I'm flooded in reverb.. beyond the depths.. :D



Oh, snap! Are they adjustable? Do they swivel?
 

GTone80

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This is the ultimate.
For sure ! But for most of people it is guitar money :confused:
I hope they will work on the production and lower the cost on day.

I'm like a kid with mine, and move it around the house all the time :


I support what was said above, a board with a switcher needs to have a really low profile (the lower floor at least).

I'm a big fan of the L.A. Sound Design work and layout on a flat plywood board also for this kind of configuration.

I love the Temple board style, but with a switcher it can be massive.
 




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