#1
I'm going to be completely redoing my pedalboard, mainly for cosmetic reasons. I currently have an ugly white power-strip/surge protector Velcro'ed onto my board. It looks ugly as hell.

How do the rest of you hide your power cables? I was thinking of buying a Behringer PB1000 as it has it's power adapter built into the case, but I think the rest of the pedal board looks like shit.

Any "pedalboard pros" out there that can lend me some advice?
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#2
My board is a piece of wood with a 1x2 on the back to hold it up on an angle, and I have a One-Spot power adapter wood-stapled to the back.
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#3
I'm looking for a way to hide the entire powerstrip and adapters.

Obviously I will still need to run power to my pedals, and I have that covered. I'm more curious how to hide this ugly powerstrip.
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#4
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I'm looking for a way to hide the entire powerstrip and adapters.

Obviously I will still need to run power to my pedals, and I have that covered. I'm more curious how to hide this ugly powerstrip.

Well as the guy above you said, put it under the board... You have a powerstrip on your board and use individual adapters off of that? No wonder it is ugly, buy a daisy chain so you only need one or two adapters.
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#5
Put down outdoor carpeting (it is thin and rugged) and cut holes in it to thread the wires through from the adapter and from the pedals.
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