#1
I'm planning a pedalboard build & i was wondering which design do u thinks the best?

1.) shelves

2.) flat

3.) Wedge

Edit: Couldn't get poll 2 work so just post the number
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#5
numero 3-o!

it seems the most functional/usefull
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#8
id say 1 lol
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#9
3, or if you can close off the back of 1 so you can put a power strip on the back of that one. 3 is probably the best design overall, but some pedals already have a lsanted surface where the switch is, so tilting em even more will put them at an awkward angle. Im sure you could extend the back shelf of 1 and put a strip/source there, for easier connecting. And with the two sheves, its much easier to avoid stepping on knobs when you step on the higher level of the board.
#13
I'd say three as it is, but a mixture of one and three would be nicer for me personally.

Why is it that the different rows of a pedalboard are prectically always in the same plane...? Why not make them like stairs (as in design#1) so the buttons on the pedals on the back row comfortably clear the pedal housings and knobs in the front row?
#15
1 seems like it would be easier to use during a set. The wedge and the flat one seem like you might me reaching all over for the back pedals
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