Slide-out rackable pedal board?

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by elambo, Jul 15, 2006.


  1. elambo

    elambo Member

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    I going to get a Ground Control Pro and audio switcher so I can put all my pedals in a rack and get them off the floor.

    Is there a small pedal board that I can mount in my vertical rack that will slide out so I can get to all the pedals, and slide them away when not needed? I've seen them in people's racks but I'm having trouble finding one of my own.
     
  2. waxnsteel

    waxnsteel Member

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    SKB makes one. I use it. There are better ones out there.
     
  3. elambo

    elambo Member

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    I'd love to know who makes them...

    I'll check out the SKB meanwhile.
     
  4. 1kidc

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    a rack drawer can do the gig
     
  5. markom89

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    Prostage makes a custom rack drawe, its 800 euro. I emailed them about it, and they said to wait about 6 more months, theyll be making a much more affordable version.
     
  6. markom89

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    you do know that if you do what your describing, you most likely going to need a switchblade GL. The other ones dont fit the bill aswell. Im saving up for one.
     
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    www.rackman.com ss50 is the one CAE uses. They take it apart and flip the shelf over so that it's lower profile. Most pedals only take up two rack spaces like that.
     
  9. Stanley

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    He says he's getting the Ground Control Pro Switcher so he wont be needing the GL - there are a lot of diff switchers out there
     
  10. jaymeister

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    You don't need a Switchblade GL to switch a rack drawer full of pedals. A GL is has the capabilities of a stereo line mixer, variable signal router, and switcher which would be complete overkill for pedal routing project. He's asking about shelves, not the switcher BTW...

    As for sliding shelves, check out SKB or Penn fabrication. I think theres even some items on ebay.
     
  11. markom89

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    Im sorry...jeeze. But, yea rackman.com is wicked.
     

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