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Discussion in 'The Stomp Box' started by jguitarman, May 7, 2012.
.99 store cutting board
Brother-in-law made for me
Scrap plywood, some duct tape, and a $3 welcome mat from Home Depot. The local bike shop gave me an 18" length of chain that I took apart and used to screw my pedals into the board. Not only is the board homemade, but I built 3 of the 5 pedals on the board...
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Now THAT'S HOMEMADE!!!!!
Just made another one. I just got a soundhole pickup for my acoustic. It needed a little help. I wasn't happy with the 'talent boost' pedal that I had on my electric board, so I recycled and renamed it...
This is my acoustic pedal board....the tuner is an old eBay gamble... Works okay I guess...
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Here is a little 3 pedal board I made for the GRETA, its a lot of fun. It was a 3 pack of cutting boards, its not shown on the picture but the small pedal board is the exact same size as the GRETA so I stuck a big ole handle on the bottom of it and then sat the GRETA on it so its tilted up to me. Then the middle pedalboard is what is shown and I stuck a handle on the bottom of it for easy carrying and so its tilted. The Y cable for the power supply cost more then the pedal board.
It's simple, functional and it is exactly what I need.
This is mine I don't use it any more,but it is still a great board the flight Case was made by SafeCases in Houston and they make awesome cases!! It is for sale case and all if anybody is interested. The pedals are not included (just thought I'd make sure everyone knew that) LOL
quick little weekend project. forgot to build in handles though
Home made pedal boards is what I do... when I really should be practicing guitar.
Some of my creations over the past few years. The smaller black one is made from salvage 1x2 firring strips, the double decker is from scrap plywood, the long skinny one is made from 1/2" pine, etc.
Here's another one from leftover wood used to repair the siding on my house:
how do you dig the joyo's.. i got a bunch myself and love em
Here's mine, another variation on the theme. I used left overs from an IKEA Gorm shelving unit.
My latest creation
Pedals have changed a bit since this board was built ,
What is the tiny reverb pedal?? Haven't seen one of those before.
I've just posted this in the main board thread, but I guess it belongs here too.
I've been carrying my pedals around in a small-ish tool case since downsizing from my huge board. I got fed up of the plugging and did some spontaneous DIY yesterday afternoon.
Measured the case, had the hardware store cut up a piece of 9mm ply for the main board and another smaller piece for a riser which I propped up on 2x1. That gave me a neat gap underneath for my wireless receiver and power supply. Picked up a couple of small door handles while I was there to go at either edge. Whole trip cost me £5 exactly and the board took less than 30 mins to assemble.
Screwed the whole thing together and finished with some rubber feet I'd removed from a piece of rack gear years ago. No velcro yet but I've put a chunky piece of foam in the lid of the case that pretty much holds everything in place when in transit. Forgot to take pics before I loaded it up with pedals but here it is so far:
I'm waiting on a little 9v to 12v step up board so I can ditch the wall wart from my wireless and power it off the same supply as the pedals, between that and some other small changes I reckon I can make space for two or three more pedals in there!
About 10 bucks worth of wood from the hardware shop. Rattlecanned.
man this thing REEKS of class. A+ setup.
New Smaller Board
I totally agree. Very nice job as are a lot of these.