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Re: Pedal boards

I cut 5/8" plywood, routed the edges, painted them black.  Using stickybacked velcro to hold all of the pedals and power strip/power supply.  I made my boards small enough to fit into a keyboard gig bag so it all packs away nicely.  Now if I
could figure out how to operate four things simultaneously.......

Mike Killian in St. Louis

"Liebig, Steuart A." wrote:


my "pedal board" is laughable . . . it's pieces of fomecor (it's light!) velcroed together with pedals velcroed to that. i have two that are modular - - small set-up and extension for the big set-up - - side by side . . . both are double-decker items. looks like crap.


-----Original Message-----
From: improv@peak.org [mailto:improv@peak.org]
Sent: Tuesday, July 03, 2001 1:09 PM
To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
Subject: Re: Pedal boards

>    anyone else have pedal boards?  (a board / carrying case for your
>pedals).  I'm designing / building my own... Was curious how anyone else
>tackled it.  I'll happily share my design once I get it ironed out....
>    Mike

I use one of the cheapo SKB pedalboards, but have been eyeing the custom
setups from pedalboard.com with great interest.

Dave Trenkel : improv@peak.org
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