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Todd Simpson
post Sep 1 2014, 05:08 AM
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You could probably add some small legs on the top left /right edge to make it a slanted board and fit the power supply under it right? Or maybe even mount it on top? Or do like KLAISAINE and build a small second tier and mount it on or under that? Get creative smile.gif Just so that if you need to move it (the best bit about having a pedal board) it's one piece.

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No it doesn't fit under the board unfortunately.


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post Sep 1 2014, 06:06 AM
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Not having your power supply on your board sort of negates the whole purpose of a pedal board.
The T-Rex 'Fuel Tank' power supplies are relatively slim. I have a 'junior' with a velcro mounted pedal on top of the pwr sply.
It's the red thing under the black tuner ...

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post Sep 1 2014, 02:25 PM
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QUOTE (Todd Simpson @ Sep 1 2014, 04:08 AM) *
You could probably add some small legs on the top left /right edge to make it a slanted board and fit the power supply under it right? Or maybe even mount it on top? Or do like KLAISAINE and build a small second tier and mount it on or under that? Get creative smile.gif Just so that if you need to move it (the best bit about having a pedal board) it's one piece.


Ahh very cool. Why didn't i think of that ? haha.. think i'll do what klasaine has done
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post Sep 1 2014, 11:23 PM
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A very handy tip to be sure smile.gif He posted a pic of it previously. Also, mounting your power supply under another pedal is an option as he showed above smile.gif Like he says in the post, having it all on one board is sorta the whole point so folks usually find some way to integrate power.

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Ahh very cool. Why didn't i think of that ? haha.. think i'll do what klasaine has done



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