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Discussion in 'The Stomp Box' started by Switchy, Jan 18, 2020.
Okay, how do you guys have stage pedal boards like this and are able to hit the pedals on the upper row without hitting the pedals on the bottom row?
This very cool. nice work. what power supply are you using ?
Everything is so neat and tidy .
Well I only play casually in my bedroom, so I just have to be careful. Ideally I would want the 2nd row to be a little higher, and I'll probably modify this one later or just build a different one.
It's just a cheap Hiree power supply from Amazon. They're only $19.99 right now. I figured out my noise issues previously, so I can get by without a fancy isolated or filtered power supply. But for $20 you get 8 9v outs and 1 extra 12v and 18v. So not bad if your rig is relatively quiet.
thank you very much
Yup - I've done the same thing with a beat to death Fender tweed briefcase. Drilled out the old hinges and put lift-off hinges on, and it's compact and has the look
The Lift Off Hinge idea really moves the project uptown.
I can recall a Will Ray in-store appearance at a GC near my home.
He had a totally beat up Samsonite case for his pedals and other stuff - w/ a taped on note to TSA to "please open (with) this end up" to avoid a snare of cables and other detritus.
The only other thing I can recall from the session was the three z pups, w/ the middle one nearly flush w/ pick-guard.
I tried it w/ the avatar sortacaster and did not get the same effect.
Jeebus - that guy was scary good, and funny as heck.
Peace - Deeve
Here's some pictures of what I did. I epoxied some 1/3 to the bottom to allow for wire routing, and then velcrod them down.
I don't need a pedal case (I don't use pedals much) but that would be a great suitcase anyway! Oh, my! I thought my days of GAS were over!
Super cool.ive been wanting to make one myself.those fit in there nice.amazed at how many pedals you were able to put in there.cool man. I made my pedalboard out of the ikea form shelve but I want to make one out of either a brief or suitcase.super cool
Oh hell yeah
I wanted something even smaller than my PTjr, and as DIY as possible, so I used one of my old clarinet cases, a cutting board from IKEA and some velcro. Powered by a Powerbank, step-up cable and a daisy chain. PT2399 delay (with tap tempo) and the black pedal is a Honey Beest with mods, an always on Euphoria and a boost, built by me.
Is it a Lynx point siamese?
Corliss, that's awesome!
I’d buy one of those in a heartbeat
Fender sells 'em but I'm not sure if they are in production right now - they show out of stock everywhere I looked. This was is older than me, and was used as a briefcase by a touring tech in the 80s.
She has all the looks of a Lynx Point, but she was a feral kitten so I don't know about her parents. The tips of her ears look similar to a Maine Coon.