Pedaltrains and bricks

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by 89strat, Mar 12, 2008.

  1. 89strat

    89strat Member

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    I have a dc brick and a pedaltrain jr. Any good suggestions on mounting the brick under the pedaltrain? I've tried velcro, but it just isn't strong enough, unless there's a stronger velcro that comes with pedaltrain, or a bracket or something.
     
  2. mewithoutlouie

    mewithoutlouie Member

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    Did you use the industrial strenght velcro? If not, try that out...they should sell it at a local hardware store (Home Depot, Lowe's, etc....), I think that should be strong enough.
     
  3. Jiffy_Jeff

    Jiffy_Jeff Playin Tunes and Having Fun!

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    I did industrial velcro, and also put a couple of zip ties on it just for a little extra.
     
  4. Guitar Josh

    Guitar Josh Resident Curmudgeon Silver Supporting Member

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    89 do a search for my posts in the Pedaltrain Jr. thread. I have a step by step guide INCLUDING pictures.
     
  5. dc_jcm800

    dc_jcm800 Silver Supporting Member

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    3m Dual Lock. I got it online at the Itapestore.
    The 400 I think, in 1 inch strips is plenty strong.
    I can lift my whole board by one pedal. Its great for inverted mounting
    such as the brick for pedal power underneath.
    Strong stuff!
     
  6. akivisuals

    akivisuals Member

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    +1 on the Dual Lock. That stuff really sticks. My PP2 is mounted under my Pedaltrain2 with just Dual Lock.
     
  7. this1smyne

    this1smyne Member

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    if the velcro don't cut it, you can drill, or just use the zip ties (thats what i would do)
     
  8. Csapo

    Csapo Gold Supporting Member

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    +1 and it works just fine...
     

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