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Pedaltrain owners, I need some help

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by Uchison, Jun 5, 2006.

  1. Uchison

    Uchison Member

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    Recently upgraded my pedlaboard. Bought a Pedaltrain 2. I'm really happy with it, but there's one thing I can't figure out. What's the best way to mount your wah on the pedaltrain?
    I took the rubber feet of the pedal, but then the screw stick out too much. With the rubber foot, the pedla doesn't stick to the velcro...:(
    any ideas?
     
  2. Rhino

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    I run a Fulltone Clyde on my PT-Pro. I took the feet off the wah, turned the bottom plate over, and put the velcro on the pedal over the screws. I don't run a battery so there's no need to get to the screws.
     
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    I bought a plate for mine that came with velcro. Just can't remember where I bought it.
     
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    +1 what Rhino said!
     
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    Stompin-ground.com, they have the wah plates.
     
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    thanks, for the link
     
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    make a wah plate from some cheap plexi... countersink the holes to acommodate the screws, leave the metal plate for some additional support.. WAY cheaper..

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    This is a really cool idea!! Thanks a million times :BOUNCE
     
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    Problem solved. Just received a reply from John Chandler of pedaltrain. Help me solve the problem pretty easy, quick and cheap.:RoCkIn
     
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    Could you explain what he suggested, or is it a company secret? :)
     
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    I took my wha off my board because I don't use it all the time. When I need it, I set it next to my board and run a power supply to it.
     
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    pm your e-mail adress and I'll forward you the mail, ok?
    Cheers
     
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    Is there a problem in posting this remedy? I don't have an issue (My Budda Wah's feet fit in between the cross bars) but I would like to hear it...
     
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    Basically that's the thing. He also posted a couple of pictures to make it even more clear. That's why I wanted to fwd. easier. and I'm lazy.:BEER
     
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    Can you forward me that info and the pics too please? Thanks. DHL67@comcast.net
     

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