This might seem like a weird question, but I googled and couldn't really find anything. Does anyone make a "stompbox stopper" ? Something to prevent you from accidentally stomping on your pedal to engage/disengage the effect? The reason I ask is because I'm currently the only guitar player in my band so for harmony leads I use a Digitech HarmonyMan. On stage it's very easy to accidentally stomp on the right pedal, which cycles through the presets, when trying to stomp the left side pedal which turns the effect on and off. As a result, a lot of times the harmony preset is wrong and it throws everything off. Then I have to struggle cycling back through the presets to get it back to where it's supposed to be before the next harmony line comes along! I've taken to wedging a small keychain bottle opener under the right pedal to keep me from doing that but I'm wondering if there is a more elegant solution? I know Hardwire has a thingy for some of their pedals that goes over the dials to keep them from being moved, but is there anything that will work for the stomp part of the pedal as well? Something that would fix the pedal in place but still be able to quickly remove, change the preset and replace between songs? I know I can use a loop switch which would take care of the problem but my board is essentially maxed out for real estate.