#1
Hey guys, which pedalboard do you guys recommened for me? It needs to be able to fit a boss me-50, two boss pedals, a korg tuner, two tubescreamers, and an a/b box? It's gotta be powered too. thanks!
#2
I would recommend building one personally.

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#3
I'd love to, but i just don't have the time. oh, and i've only got about 150 to spend on the board...
#5
Quote by CWeavr
I'd love to, but i just don't have the time. oh, and i've only got about 150 to spend on the board...


There are plenty that are not powered, but if you want a powered board that can hold all that then you will probably have to go into the 200-300 range.

If you REALLY don't want to do that, then you should check out used on eBay or Craigslist, one of those sights might have someone wanting to sell what you're looking for for a cheap price. Hope this helps!
#7
thanks guys. the rando looks great. crazy cheap tho. is it good quality? and can you only go in a straight line with your pedals? and which one should i get, the extra large, huge, or gigantic?
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#8
Quote by CWeavr
I'd love to, but i just don't have the time. oh, and i've only got about 150 to spend on the board...


those rondo cases look good.

i can understand not having the time to build your own, but at the same time, with materials and power supply, you can build one for less then $30.

if you might be interested in build your own, i can help you with any questions you may have.

i built this one, and with power supply and materials, spent $27 on it. only took 2 hours.


#9
that looks really nice man. i was just looking at twostrings guide, and it looked like a ton of work. how did you do yours?
#10
Quote by CWeavr
that looks really nice man. i was just looking at twostrings guide, and it looked like a ton of work. how did you do yours?


i marked the shape for the base then i cut it out. i took the base, traced it onto another piece, then cut it. i took the second piece, marked 1" in from the edge, and cut it out to get that top ring you see.
#11
to sizzlefizzle-
dude thats sweet, i might do that,
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#12
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to sizzlefizzle-
dude thats sweet, i might do that,

thanks. if you have any questions, just send me a pm.
#13
Quote by CWeavr
Hey guys, which pedalboard do you guys recommened for me? It needs to be able to fit a boss me-50, two boss pedals, a korg tuner, two tubescreamers, and an a/b box? It's gotta be powered too. thanks!


Get a power pack and one of these:
http://www.rondomusic.com/pedalcases.html

I have that $50 one and its huge...
#14
which rondo do u suggest? i really dont want it that long, is there a way to put the pedals so that they're not going in a straight line?
#17
Just don't waste money on the Boss BCB-60. It pretty much sucks for the price.

Either build one or get the Rondo and a OneSpot pack.
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#18
Diago pedalboards look really good. I haven't tried it out, but I was doing some research on these pedalboards, and everyone who has them says it's awesome. They have three main sizes - gigman, showman, tourman (in order from smallest to largest).

http://www.diago.co.uk/

The only downfall is that they are made in England, so you have to pay a $70 shipping charge to get it here in the States. But it looks really sturdy, and reliable and they even offer a powerstation to power your pedals too. Here's one of their youtube videos:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NKVNVdKwCwo&feature=related

I hope this helps.

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