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Pedal Boards

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by Mook, Oct 28, 2005.

  1. Mook

    Mook Senior Member

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    Looking for a blank pedal board. Music Toyz, Musician's Friend, Music123, etc doesn't seem to have what I need.

    I'm looking to build my own board. The closest thing that looks good is the Pedal Pad stuff......

    Any ideas?

    Thanks,

    Mook
     
  2. drummondrs

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    I can sell you mine. NYC Pedalboards. 30"x15". 2nd level riser 18", wah plate and visual sound plate. Butterfly clips too.
     
  3. Moe45673

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    I use the tonebone boneyard. 36" X 14" of usable space, so it's rather large.

    Built like a tank and will last forever. What they say about the velcro is true! The pre-drilled matrix is awesome as well (though my lava cables are too bulky for it, it's great for the wires of my power supply).

    http://www.tonebone.com/tbone-boneyard.htm
     
  4. jlearman

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    Moe45673, I've been looking at the boneyard...seems to be a great (and affordable) option. Do you know if you can fit a voodoo lab pedal power underneath?
     
  5. Mook

    Mook Senior Member

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    Yeah, but do you just carry your pedals "naked"? Do you keep them in a case? If so, what case?

    Mook
     
  6. Moe45673

    Moe45673 Member

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    Mook, I use the keyboard bag that is recommended. Type Radial Yardbag into google. This is fine unless you're travelling out of town/having other people handling your gear for transportation. The boneyard fits perfectly and it's a very sturdy bag

    jlearman, I just measured it. It's 4" tall at the top of the slant, so it will fit a pedal power with room to spare
     
  7. guitarz_dave

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    I just created a post "New pedalboard idea" which may be useful for you.
     
  8. jero

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    you should definitely check out nyc pedalboards, www.nycpedalboards.com. Underneath is my gigman, but you can order any size you want.

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  10. uberschall

    uberschall Supporting Member

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    Hi,
    I'll recommend both the NYC Pedalboards products and RockOn pedalboards. I've had a custom size NYC for about 4 years and it's performed flawlessly. It still looks new and everyone is impressed by it's pro appearance. The owner is great to deal with and stands behind the product.

    I also wanted a smaller board that I could carry in a bag, so I just got a RockOn Pedalboard Pedal Max. Still finalizing the pedal setup, but the workmanship and details look excellent, and it comes with a second level and bag, all for $100. I got mine thru Reverend Guitars, who only have one model on their site, but can get the other models for you.

    I really recommend having a second level on whatever you get- you get so much more space on your board if you keep your power supply and cable mess under there.

    Good luck!
     
  11. erksin

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    +1 for the RockOn - great board for the money. I can cram a wah, 4 MXR-sized ODs, a big box DLS, and a StroboStomp on mine with a little room to spare. If the DLS were smaller, I could probably get another pedal on there...
     
  12. leofenderbender

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    +2 for RockOn - I am very happy with mine - I have the Pedal King.
     

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