My Pedal Switcher board

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dwoovre
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My Pedal Switcher board

Post by dwoovre » Wed Jun 10, 2009 3:49 pm

Here's my homebuilt board. It turned out almost exactly like I wanted it to, allowing for the pedal switchers to be easily accessible yet unintrusive. It is heavier than a single-level pedalboard, but takes up less real estate. ..Tradeoffs in everything. There are still a few items to revise, like a patch panel/interface for detaching my snake. It currently rolls up to fit inside, but it won't once I finally get a Control Switcher in there (is it ready yet!?!?!?), so I'll need a cleaner solution.

The pedals are nothing fancy, but they all do the job. The power supply, TS808, and line driver inside are homemade. The cable organization could probably be better, but it is perfectly functional as-is.

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Trueman
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Re: My Pedal Switcher board

Post by Trueman » Fri Jun 12, 2009 4:38 pm

You have a very well thought out board there !
Connoisseur of good tone.

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unix-guy
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Re: My Pedal Switcher board

Post by unix-guy » Thu Sep 03, 2009 2:13 pm

You should seriously consider a PedalSnake to replace your "snake"... I think you would be very happy with it. I used to do something similar to what you've got and the PedalSnake just does it so much better :)

Kevin
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