RockOn Pedalboards - nice bang for buck

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by Scooter, Aug 2, 2005.

  1. Scooter

    Scooter Member

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    Just passing this along as a public service announcement. I recently ordered a RockOn Pedalboard from Reverend Musical Instruments, and I'm very pleased with it. Very light, very strong, two tiers, comes with a nice softshell carrying case. Note that Reverend shows the smallest model on their website, but there are larger models available (I think RockOn has their own website as well). I got the second to the largest model for $99, including the case.

    I don't work for RockOn or Reverend and I am not affiliated or related to these companies or people in any way - just wanted to alert folks to a nice, simple pedalboard that I feel is a good value.
     
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  2. leofenderbender

    leofenderbender Supporting Member

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    Agreed - I love mine. The price/quality ratio is among the best I've seen anywhere. I've had the Pedal King for a couple of years...

    Rockon Pedalboards
     
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  3. AshlandBump

    AshlandBump Silver Supporting Member

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    they are very nice boards; I used the Pedal King (largest model) for over a year and it still looks brand new, very sturdy. I outgrew it though and bought the largest NYCpedalboard model. PM me if interested in the Rockon board -- I've been meaning to put it on the emporium but haven't got around to it yet.
     
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  4. aleclee

    aleclee TGP Tech Wrangler Staff Member

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    Another happy RockOn owner.
     
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  5. erksin

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    Me too - I've got the smallest one from Reverend.

    If you stick to MXR and Boss sized pedals, you can get 7-8 of them on there plus a wah. Great board, IMO.
     
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  6. Garrett Bagby

    Garrett Bagby Member

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    More praise here! It's a nice, simple, light, compact, sturdy board.
     
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    Mine just came a few days ago. I've only had a chance to set the pedals on it, not wire it up yet. But it fits what I need and is a great bargain.
     
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    bullfrogblues Supporting Member

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    I've had mine for 3 years or so, very nice board and works great for my application.

    Allan.
     
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    can anyone who owns one of the smallest RockOn post a picture of it with pedals on it, so i can see how the pedal size campares to the board.

    thanks.
     
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  10. erksin

    erksin Member

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    I can't post pics here (I have a yahoo addy) - I'll email them to you directly...
     
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    MuseCafeChris Senior Member

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    Do those have the loop side Velcro on there already?
     
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  12. Scooter

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    Yep. They come with about three miles of the hook side stuff too.
     
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  13. bullfrogblues

    bullfrogblues Supporting Member

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    Not a close up picture, but I think you can get the idea of the size. I have different pedals on there now, though.
    Allan.
    [​IMG]
     
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  14. Jim Marciano

    Jim Marciano Supporting Member

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    I just wanted to bump the oldest thread, I still see a few of these guys around here
     
  15. jaymeister

    jaymeister Member

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    Are they in biz?
     
  16. erksin

    erksin Member

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    They went out of business at least 10 years ago.

    Still have mine, still love it.
     
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    That explains the 404 I got from the link.
     
  18. Jim Marciano

    Jim Marciano Supporting Member

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    My bad everybody I had a few beers and started looking at old threads
     
  19. erksin

    erksin Member

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    I forgot that I got it through Reverend back when they were this little company that sold direct. I got a Drivetrain II from them as well.

    Good times.
     

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