#1
I'm planning on building a pedalboard.
All I have @ the moment is a piece of wood where I want
to attach my effects at. I'll be building a case around it later on.
What is the best way to attach the pedals to the board?
I don't want to put screws in them or whatever. and I need
to be able to replace the batteries, to do so, I need to turn the effects around.
any advice?
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#2
velcro and buy a power adapter and daisy chain connection for the pedals.
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Last edited by funguy at Apr 2, 2008,
#3
Quote by funguy
velcro and buy a power adapter and daisy chain connection for the pedals.

Affirmative.
#4
if yr making a pedal board you should stop using batteries and start using adapters. it's just easier that way.

edit- and as stated above velcro is the only thing you'll need to keep those pedals in place.
#5
Also, if you decide to buy a daisy chain and do it that way and you want to fasten your pedals to the board strongly, i have a little tutorial on using bike chain and putting the screws on the back of the pedals through and mounting it to the case that way. Use the search bar and my name to find it.