#1
I'm looking for a flat heavy duty pedalboard just like this one.

Are there any websites that have something like this for sale, or will I have to make one myself?
#2
Just make one yourself dude .

It's REALLY simple, I did it myself a few weeks back when I had time off work. And if I can do it, ANYONE can!

Just get some play wood, rubber feet (to avoid slippage), black pain, Velcro, and some chrome handles.

I'd post pictures of the one I build, but I can't quite figure out how just yet
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#3
Quote by MickAlmighty
Just make one yourself dude .

It's REALLY simple, I did it myself a few weeks back when I had time off work. And if I can do it, ANYONE can!

Just get some play wood, rubber feet (to avoid slippage), black pain, Velcro, and some chrome handles.

I'd post pictures of the one I build, but I can't quite figure out how just yet


seconded. i've got eleven pedals on mine with room to spare. i got a decent sized piece of shelving, some 1x3 strapping, runner carpet and velcro from home depot for no more than $25. build the board to size, wrap the carpet around it and put the hooked strips of velcro on the undersides of your pedals. works like a charm.
#4
If you want it just like that, don't forget the aluminum channel around the edges. You can get that at Lowes for about $10. That way you can use thinner plywood and it'll be just as rigid as thicker, heavier, more expensive wood. You can get the handles from Amazon.com, if you want bigger ones than Lowes carries.

A Dremel tool with a cutoff wheel will be good for notching the corners in the aluminum channel.

I built one like that for my GNX4 and it worked great.
#5
Quote by MickAlmighty
Just make one yourself dude .

It's REALLY simple, I did it myself a few weeks back when I had time off work. And if I can do it, ANYONE can!

Just get some play wood, rubber feet (to avoid slippage), black pain, Velcro, and some chrome handles.

I'd post pictures of the one I build, but I can't quite figure out how just yet


Agreed. I made my own and I love it. You can make it any size you want, and it's way cheaper than buying one too!


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#6
If you really want to buy something, there is FIX Pedalboards. They have a riser in there, though, so maybe not ideally what you want. Their placing of the handles is something you might want to copy though if you decide to DIY.
#7
+1 to build it yourself.

I built mine and it cost me $30 and about 30 min of time. It would have cost me $100+ to buy a pedalboard made as well that is the same size.
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