Re-DIY'd my pedalboard!

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  1. littlebadboy

    littlebadboy Active Member

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    Yep, been busy...

    I reconfigured my diy pedalboard from this...

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    To this!...

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    Ummm... what's the difference you might ask?

    Well, I added this!...

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    In case you didn't notice... what did I "add" exactly you may ask?

    This!...

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    I incorporated a power conditioner on the pedalboard hidden underneath all the pedals. I found the power conditioner on Facebook Marketplace for $20.

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    I am very pleased with my project! What's great about using wood was that it is easy to reconfigure! Unscrew, cut here and there, re-screw... and voila! Reconfigured!

    I'm not sure why I'm spending time doing this. I don't even gig out anymore. However, it's nice to have them in one place! But, the GT-100 is not fixed (velcro'd) on the board because sometimes it's the only thing I bring around when I need to play somewhere.

    Anyways... for the meantime... Let's light her up! Weeee weeee weeee :headbang:

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    The only thing I don't like is this...

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    It looks messy to me and the cables look so strained. Any suggestions? I wonder if those saucer type right angles are shorter than these ones? And, I wonder if they would fit side by side considering that those saucer-types are wider?

    I hope you like it!
     
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