what size pedalboard??

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  1. marvelboy_04

    marvelboy_04 Member

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    ok, so im wanting to put together a gorm pedalboard, but im unsure what size to get.

    my eventual pedalboard will be

    fender tuner
    wheels of fire wah
    blackout twosome fuzz
    bbe freq boost
    tim
    maybe a fulldrive 2
    maybe a mjm london fuzz
    deluxe memory boy with added expression pedal
    fulltone mini dejavibe
    and then maybe a multi modulation effect like a electro harmonix worm with expression pedal or fulltone choralflange
     
  2. Desperado

    Desperado Vertex Effects, Inc.

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    Set the pedals out the way that you want them to sit on the board and then put down painter's tape around it to get an idea of the size you'll need. I'd probably go with 3 rows and get a tighter rectangular or square board (I find that pedalboards are easier to transport in that shape).
     
  3. FenderBigot

    FenderBigot Supporting Member

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    Hunt down the thread about the pedalboard planner website... it's here somewhere.
     
  4. this1smyne

    this1smyne Member

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    buy a big one. if you hang around here you'll need it ;)
     
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    zachman Senior Member

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  6. NetStar

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    I would not recommend the Worm.

    We have an XO Worm and it's not very good.
    It's noisy and has a treble boost on the Trem setting.
    Plus it takes its own adapter which is a kick in the balls.
     

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