#1
I've been looking at some of the pedalboards in this forum, and a lot of them seem to have pedals above each other like the attached photo. (yes, admire those beautiful photoshop skills - haha). Now, the two single-effect pedals....Wouldn't the top one be a bitch to press? Not to mention accidentally bumping the controls of the bottom one?

Thanks.
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Last edited by johnmalkin at Sep 24, 2006,
#2
yeah most people have the top kinda raised so when you press down you dont touch the bottom pedal
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#3
^yea they use a stairstep kind of thing so each row of pedals is a little above the other so theres no accidental metalzone with your accoustic simulator..
#4
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^yea they use a stairstep kind of thing so each row of pedals is a little above the other so theres no accidental metalzone with your accoustic simulator..

that made me smile acoustc simulator with metal zone...hehe
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#5
I didn't have enough room to elevate my back row of pedals, and the only one I have any trouble pressing is my big muff. But I can just use my heel, so it's not a big deal.

I'd recommend elevating the back row if you can, though.

Check my thread in GG&A for a board without an elevated second tier, and R_H_C_P's thread in GB&C for a board with a second tier
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#6
no actually its quite easy.
my friends pedalboard know has 12 pedals and its relatively simple