Pedal Boards

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by MTLove, Dec 9, 2005.

  1. MTLove

    MTLove Member

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    Recommendations on a powered pedal board with a higher back shelf or a tilt? My SKB is out or room, and flat so it's hard to reach the back pedals. What to stay away from? Thanks.
     
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    +1

    I have the Axis model and love it! Not powered, I think the Axis is "the" perfect board...the "trunk" tops it off.

    RUSHFANnLV also as the Axis and swears by it...he posted up above.

    :cool:
     
  6. erksin

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    I love my RockOn board. I don't know how many pedals you're trying to fit, but I can get 8-9 (including a wah) on mine and it's the smallest one offered.
     
  7. Geetarpicker

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    Not cheap, but these are pro level slant type cases. On mine the tilt is just enough that I can fit my Pedal Power underneath. Scroll your mouse over the blue image in the center to see more pics. I got mine (3 panel) at less than the stated price at a local dealer. Pics of mine in the big pedal board thread.

    http://www.showcasecases.com/OurProducts/StandardCases/PedalBoard.htm
     
  8. UnderTheGroove

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    I've been using one of these for about three years now and think it's excellent. It's a great board that's well thought out and offers good protection. It doesn't come with a power supply (unless he has changed them), so you will need a pedal power or something similar.
     
  9. msp

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    pedaltrain pedal boards are awsome

    i have the pro version
     
  10. ChazMania

    ChazMania Silver Supporting Member

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    Hey Marty!

    Hope you are loving that Cub!

    +1 for TM cases. Mark is great and when you see the website, you will see something that will encourage you!
    BTW his board/cases are not powered, I bought a Voodoo Pedal Power 2 for it.
     
  11. LSchefman

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    "Buy the kind I bought!"

    "No, buy the kind *I* bought!"

    "I'm Spartacus!"

    "No, really, *I'm* spartacus!
     
  12. Scott Peterson

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    Well, I'm not Spartacus, but I use the Furman powered board.

    If you want it slanted, put a piece of wood under the back of it. :D
     
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    These NGM look great, I may need them to make a custom case for my Leslie cabinet at some point... and if you're using a Pedal Power 2 now, you can keep using it. I've got a simple one from ebay made of wood finished with black vinyl or something with white stitching, kind a guitar case/flight case style (it was $60, 29" x 15", 4 latches + handle and an E-H Pedal gig bag (I think the lid is high enough where I could put the E-H bag upside down folded on top of the other pedals and close the lid... less moving around in there, one package...
     

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