#1
Hey, what have you folks found as being the best way to tie down your pedals to your pedalboard?

I am using an SKB powered pedal board that has a carpeted surface for velcro, but the pedals come loose as the velcro stinks and the loops in the carpet are crap and pull out.

That being said, I want to tie down my pedals so they cannot move. Any ideas? Here's a picture of my pedalboard setup below...

#3
^ same here, and if you do get bits of fluff, cobwebs and general crap on your velcro a clothes brush will get them out, on a home-made board years ago i used long cable ties but that means drillin the board.
#4
Industrial strength adhesive velcro, heated up with hairdryer and carpet glue. Just use credit card or similar to separate pedal from board as glue/adhesive is weak link.
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